In our church, we have water baptism almost every Sunday. Although there is no standard wording, there is always two questions asked of the baptism candidate. The questions go something like this: 1. Have you accepted Christ as your Lord and Savior? 2. Do you commit to serve Him the rest of your life? The first question requires the believer to have taken some action on his part to answer in the affirmative. The second question requires the believer to commit to taking some action in the future. Both questions are not in accord with the 4/5 Point Calvinist belief that the believer takes no action for his salvation. My question is: In a theologically correct 4/5 Point Calvinist baptism, what questions would be asked? Would it go something like this? One question: Do you believe you have received the free gift of salvation and are a part of God's elect?