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Verb(1) administer baptism to
(1) The different Christian sects baptize children according to their own religious traditions.(2) If they are Christian, they baptize their children.(3) Ironically, John promises that Jesus will baptize us with the same elements that the author of Isaiah mentions as dangers.(4) Consequently, at no time during his pastoral career could he baptize babies or administer the sacraments, although he could both preach and instruct children in religious precepts.(5) It was as if he had been baptised in the name of the blues.(6) She was baptized into the Church of God in Christ, Mennonite, which faith she embraced to the end.(7) Many Guajiro infants are not only baptized into the Catholic Church, but also given a private Guajiro naming ceremony.(8) In fact although George's parents were Jewish, he was baptized into the Roman Catholic Church shortly after his birth.(9) And that started when his mother baptized him as a Christian in the Orthodox church.(10) City of York Ladies Hockey Club failed to baptise their new name with a win in the season's opening North League game as they disappointingly slipped 5-1 at home to Leyland.(11) On the other, immense courage is needed to confess Christ, be baptised , and live and witness as a Christian.(12) Christians were to be baptized in their parishes, be married, make their confessions, take communion, and be buried there.(13) It was baptised with the spectacularly unimaginative name of ├ö├ç├┐Latest News├ö├ç├û, a name that lives on in the site's URLs today.(14) The idea of this third solution is very old indeed, and the French have long since baptized it with a pertinent name.(15) Sigrid Undset wrote Kristin Lavransdatter a year before she was baptized a Catholic, but she had probably been intellectually converted to the Catholic faith by the time she wrote her masterpiece.(16) In 1925 father was baptized upon the confession of his faith in Jesus Christ and accepted as a member in the Neuendorf Mennonite Church.
1. christen ::
2. admit ::
3. name ::
Different Formsbaptize, baptized, baptizes, baptizing
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