Baptism in Iraq War.
PUB - lic Baptism?!
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given power to confirm?
| Pelagius my hero!
“The reason Pelagius was such a hate-figure for Augustine was that
he still held the naive belief that Christian Initiation was meant
to be a personal and life-changing event. He was shocked at how
conventional faith had become in Rome. In Britain a
pre-baptismal catechumenate still prevailed: a looming question-mark
over instant infant baptism.”
Mr Perry goes on to argue that Anglican clergy should be given the
power to confirm.
25th April 2002 speaks of the value of Baptisms, weddings and funerals
in church growth
Value of "Occasional Offices"
Baptise Baby Brooklyn!
Newsletter by Bradford Vicar gains national media coverage
John Hartley noticed a report that Football Star David Beckham had
said he wanted Brooklyn baptised but wasn't sure into what
faith. John suggested that as David was an "honest
bloke", he should consider a Thanksgiving Service instead.
Coverage by media can be "selective" and the full press
release is provided
Bradford Post, CEN and Jimmy Young Show
and Radio Leeds,(March/April 2002)
Common Worship Initiation
Rationale for Infant Baptism
NSS periodically seem to raise the profile of their so-called "debaptism
certificates". We discussed this in 2007, but it has been
resurrected in March 2009. This
later correspondence is indicated below