During Bible class today, the teacher said that any denomination that teaches something in addition to believing on Jesus Christ will cause you to go to hell. I then asked if believing you had to be baptised for salvation meant that you were going to hell. The teacher said yes. It seemed odd to me that people that believe Jesus Christ died on the cross for the remission of their sins, and believe that he was both God and Man, and believe that he rose from the dead, and believe that salvation can be found in Him alone, and so forth and so on are going to go to hell, because they think you need to be baptised. I also argued with the teacher that there are no verses in the Bible damning such a belief. I agree salvation does not come from being immersed in water, but it would seem to be a bold and un-biblical statement to claim that all those that believe such a thing have not really found Christ. I also asked if someone said the sinners prayer (meant it), was baptised the next day, under the impression that baptism saves, (because thats all he knew), if HE would go to hell, and the teacher said yes, because this person was trusting in works for his salvation. I tried to point out that this wasn't works, as in, following the law or a law. It was more like a showing of your decision to commit to Christ. So... yeah. If you believe baptism saves, does that mean you're going to hell and were never saved?