Should you be baptized again?
Acts 19:1-5 tells about some men who had been converted to Christ. They had been taught and believed in Jesus Christ. But when Paul later came through Corinth where they lived, he asked about their conversion: “Did you receive the Holy Spirit when you believed? They answered, ‘No, we have not even heard that there is a Holy Spirit.’ So Paul asked, ‘Then what baptism did you receive?”
Paul knew their understanding about baptism was faulty because the truth about baptism involves “forgiveness of sins and receiving the gift of the Holy Spirit” (Acts 2:38; 5:32; Mk 16:16). When Paul taught them the truth about
baptism by the authority of Christ, they believed the truth and were baptized (immersed) immediately with the correct understanding.
If you were baptized by sprinkling as a baby, you should be baptized (immersed) if you believe. Or if you were told the falsehood that salvation is “by faith only” then later you were baptized, you should be baptized again for the right purpose, “for the forgiveness of sins” (Acts 2:38; 22:16; Gal 3:26-27; I Pet 3:20-21).
Ask for book on “The One Baptism.” (Eph 4:5)