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Baptism - Full Notes

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This document contains information on Christian baptism, the main areas and all you will need for the HSC

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Christianity Baptism Religion Infant baptism Believer's baptism Immersion baptism Sacraments of the Catholic Church Catechumen Sacrament Pentecostalism Religious conversion Holy water Christian Beliefs Jesus Christ
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Christianity Baptism Religion Infant baptism Believer's baptism Immersion baptism Sacraments of the Catholic Church Catechumen Sacrament Pentecostalism Religious conversion Holy water Christian Beliefs Jesus Christ
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At its most basic, it involves application of or immersion in water, a blessing, and the pronouncement, "I baptise you in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit." Some Christian denominations baptise both infants and adults, but others believe that baptism is only rightly performed on adults. - Views of baptism vary, but common views of the rituals include: it grants or symbolises salvation, commemorates the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, fulfils the command of Christ to baptise, cleanses away sins, confers grace, and publicly expresses one's faith. - The following article provides an overview of baptism in Christian scriptures, views of various churches on the meaning of baptism, and various practices related to Christian baptism. - The ritual of baptism is mentioned t...
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