Baptism of John, “preaching the baptism of penance, unto remission of sins”

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Baptism of Christ, " baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost"


On another thread concerning baptism a few interesting questions came up:

1) Did Jesus’ baptism have the same effect as John's baptism?
2) Would John’s baptism meet the requirements of your Church?
3) Was John’s baptism salvific? Would the recipients of John’s baptism need to be re-baptized?
4) Was John’s baptism related to the Old Testament TaNaKH, a Jewish immersion?
5) What are the effects of the New Testament baptism?
6) As a norm is it possible to enter heaven (the Kingdom of God) without a literal baptism?
7) What are exceptions to the norm?
8) Does baptism make the recipient a member in the body Church?
9) If the baptized individual changes denominations, is the individual re-baptized?
10) Can I have multiple baptisms? If so why? If not why?

One more question, do you see any element connecting the response to these question one to the other.

JoeT