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Why I am Doomed to Remain a Baptist

The closer I get to affirming that Catholics are right about what Communion does, the more I think it should be offered to all the baptized regardless of their denominational affiliation.

The closer I get to affirming that Catholics are right about what baptism does, the more I think it should be restricted to believers.

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  1. you silly sausage. 😀
    also platypuses prefer full immersion.

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  2. Andii says:

    Baptism should be part of starting out as disciples; who are going to be learning to pray the Lord’s prayer, to call God ‘Father’ and to think about things with Christ at the centre. It so happens that those things go on in Christian households in relation to the children. What does ‘believer’ mean if not doing these things and their analogues? It’s an argument for the children of a Christian household to be baptised. Otherwise we should not be teaching them to call God ‘Father’, to pray or expect ‘Christian behaviour’ to be becoming part of their lives until they have …

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