You want to press. Go ahead. I have explained it sufficiently.
Q. What sin was Adam purified from when originally constituted?
Q. What liquid was the outward sign of his “not unbaptism”?
Q. Can there be a baptism that does not clean in liquid?
Q. Can there be a valid resurrection that does not require a previous bodily life?
Q. Is he validly said to be “not unresurrected” also, because his soul was directly united with dust…which will also be the case at general resurrection?
Q. Do we rightly predicate words to things simply on the basis of a partial matching of a single, secondary characteristic in common?
A. Yes, with conditions.
Notice that St. John Chrysostom gives the gifts of baptism as remission of sins, and nine others.
St. John Chrysostom, Baptismal Instruction 3:6. (Ancient Christian Writers, p. 57)
“You have seen how numerous are the gifts of baptism. Although many men think that the only gift it confers is the remission of sins, we have counted its honors to the number of ten. It is on this account that we baptize even infants, although they are sinless, that they may be given the further gifts of sanctification, justice, filial adoption, and inheritance, that they may be brothers and members of Christ, and become dwelling places of the Spirit.”
Two more mentioned in 12:6:
“You are called faithful both because you believe in God and have as a trust from him justificaton, sanctity, purity of soul, filial adoption, and the kingdom of heaven.”