Pauline remarks on baptism, in First Corinthians Epistle

First Corinthians Epistle contains four Pauline specifications concerning the Baptism, in which Christians are being exhorted at unity in the Christ Church, as members of a harmonious body, driven in the profession of faith by the Holy Spirit. St. John Chrysostom’s Commentary on Acts explains aspects of baptism of water and Spirit from persons and families, focusing on ecclesial and spiritual unity. In the Pauline Epistle is reminded the Christian baptism in Red Sea journey prefiguration, under the shadow of the cloud, indicating that the great mystery of burial and Christ’s resurrection has effects only on those who in this life fulfill the calling of the spiritual realm.