Question: A Catholic and I debated the topic of infant baptism. He used the argument of “household” referring to babies as well. When I told him that households could mean teens or servants he said that he would rather follow the practice of infant baptism followed by earlier Christians 2000 years ago. He then argued…

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Question: I have found on your site when searching that several have asked this question, but I can’t find an answer to this question. A friend, who is a Nazarene, is having their baby dedicated. Is this wrong? Thanks. Answer: In the Nazarene Church, a dedication ritual a vow that parents take that they will…

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Question: Mr Minister of the La Vista church of christ.  How do feel about preaching non logical occult madness.  You are the chains of the oppressed like your murderous brothers of all the Christian cults known to man.  You are a disgrace!!  I am angry because of what I see.  If Jesus was here he…

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by Roger Shouse published in Biblical Insight, Vol. 5, No. 7, July 2005. Advocates of infant baptism wrongly assume that the term “household” includes infants. Baptizing a baby is often viewed as a very special event in the lives of young parents. Grandparents come to witness the special occasion. A white baptismal dress is purchased for…

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Question: Why did the religion Catholicism start and what year did Catholicism start? Answer: Why Catholicism started is fairly straight forward. Man has a difficult time leaving something alone. There is a strong desire to modify things with the goal of “improving” things. This tendency is encouraged by Satan who wants to destroy the works…

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by Louis Cochran In passing a Methodist camp meeting one day in September he stopped to watch a young Methodist preacher baptize a howling, rebellious infant by sprinkling water on the squirming body. When the service was concluded, he stepped to the front of the crowd and, identifying himself, took the preacher firmly by the…

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