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There are two modes of water baptism of which I am familiar--immersion and sprinkling. As far as I know Catholics practice sprinkling along with many Protestant traditions, although many other … Protestant traditions practice immersion. What is the biblical basis for immersion according to those who have a literal interpretation of the Bible? …
asked Dec 29 '11 by Narnian
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I understand that the most prominent manner in which Catholics are baptized is by pouring. However, I saw somewhere that baptism by immersion is not considered wrong by the Catholic Church. (If … this is incorrect, please let me know.) So, my question is whether or not a person today can elect to be baptized by immersion. Obviously, this would not work well for an infant. So, does this happen? Has anyone seen this? How often does it occur or does it occur in certain countries or orders? …
asked Feb 22 '13 by Narnian
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. paedobaptism). This is often accompanied by a rejection of baptism not performed by full immersion. If an adult became Baptist and was previously baptized as an infant by having water poured on them (as is … within another denomination (such as Catholicism or Lutheranism) as an adult and by full immersion. They then became Baptist. Would Baptists consider this adult to be validly baptized, despite it not being performed in a Baptist church? …
asked Mar 24 '19 by Thunderforge
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other Trinitarian denominations. However, Baptists and Jehovah’s Witnesses reject infant baptism and advocate full water immersion of adults who fully understand what they are doing and what baptism … full water immersion in order to be accepted and recognised as Jehovah’s Witnesses? After a period of intensive study with a U.K. Baptist church, I was baptised by full water immersion as an adult …
asked Nov 23 '19 by Lesley
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I now trust in Christ alone, the Catholic Church anathema me, so now I am damned (according to them). How is it that Jesus Christ alone saved me and they can condemn me? Living in peace for my Savio …
asked Feb 24 '16 by wolfwredroses77
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Why do so many baptisms occur with regular clothes on, and not in a swimsuit? On my visit to a Southern Baptist church, I saw a little girl get baptized by immersion. That was the only time when I … normal practice. I watched a couple of videos online of baptisms by immersion, and many of them involved getting your clothes all wet. When I say clothes, I mean clothes that you would normally wear casually, not for swimming. …
asked Feb 8 '15 by Double U
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As noted in the other question, there are two modes of water baptism of which I am familiar--immersion and sprinkling. As far as I know Catholics practice sprinkling along with many Protestant … traditions, although many other Protestant traditions practice immersion. What is the biblical basis for baptism by sprinkling according to those who have a literal interpretation of the Bible? …
asked Dec 29 '11 by Narnian
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water Pouring on the head 3 times (least and exceptional case) This article on Immersion Baptism is also in favor of immersion. Catechism of the Catholic Church 1239 says The essential rite of … of Christ. Baptism is performed in the most expressive way by triple immersion in the baptismal water. However, from ancient times it has also been able to be conferred by pouring the water …
asked Aug 13 '13 by Mawia
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triple immersion in the baptismal water. However, from ancient times it has also been able to be conferred by pouring the water three times over the candidate's head. CCC 1239 mentions in ancient times … pouring was allowed, but when did that occur (what is the history of baptism)? Why is pouring of water used more often than immersion (ease/safety)? Related Q&A on choosing immersion baptism …
asked Feb 10 '17 by depperm
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(Note: This is in Holland) A Catholic Charismatic woman desired to have her baptism blessed by immersion in water (she had been baptized as a child in the Catholic church). She presumed that it was … not possible for the blessing of her baptism by immersion by the Catholic Church. (This is not the problem) Problem: So she went to a Evangelical church and they did baptized her by immersion; she …
asked Jun 19 '17 by ted bauer
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even waste your time baptizing in water, and why make your beliefs about immersion and credo-baptism a distinctive to the point of calling yourself "Baptist" (and with a capital "B" to boot) if you … perspective may help in formulating an answer I guess: I also believe in immersion and credo-baptism, and I believe that spirit baptism takes place in water baptism, never separate, neither before or …
asked Aug 23 '14 by david brainerd
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denial of God's grace for the child. So, why do Orthodox Christians baptize infants then? And how come they practice baptism by immersion on infants, as shown in this photograph? These are related questions. …
asked Jun 11 '14 by Double U
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Christ have on the baptized person's spiritual life? Do immersionists use this verse as support for Immersion Baptism? …
asked Aug 13 '13 by Mawia
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useful to explain the differences relative to this. Baptism is an induction into the Christian faith which necessarily involves a public declaration of faith and wetting/immersion/submersion with …
asked Jun 11 '13 by LittleJohn
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There is no doubt: Yes, baptism by immersion is permissible. The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has stated, while considering the validity of Mormon baptism: I. The Matter. On this … point there is no problem. Water is used. The Mormons practice Baptism by immersion (cf. Doctrine and Covenants [D&C] 20:74), which is one of the ways of celebrating Baptism (application of the matter …
answered Feb 23 '13 by Andrew Leach

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