unbaptised


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Adj.1.unbaptised - not having undergone the Christian ritual of baptismunbaptised - not having undergone the Christian ritual of baptism
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ARCHBISHOP Chrysostomos on Wednesday vowed that no child will remain unbaptised and promised free ceremonies for all babies whose parents cannot afford it.
Funny how something can be a sin one month and not the next but, then again, weren't the faithful led a merry dance by teaching that unbaptised babies went to Limbo.
A School Admissions Bill is currently before the Oireachtas, but Mr Monahan is concerned it does not address the issue of discrimination against unbaptised children he wants amended.
Special attention is paid to accidental deaths (such as drowning or death by gunshot) and to the departed unbaptised babies.
The first concerns sources that prescribe a particular burial pattern for unbaptised infants, and the second is the actual burial patterns discernible in the archaeological record.
The unbaptised were called ladrones, to describe how 'wild' and 'untamed' they were.
It found several burials, including those of infants - perhaps unbaptised - outside the chapel walls.
58) Little Nell opposed the inhuman concept of consigning unbaptised babies to Limbo, and rejected the political injustice of condemning all those outside the Christian religion to Hell.
In this it recalls Agamben's other bare lives of impotentiality, whether the Muselmann, whose incapacity to speak witnesses to the indestructibility of the human, (48) or the unbaptised children who, in Thomistic theology, reside in limbo and thus (like the 'saved night' of an irredeemable creation) outside the economy of anthropo-theo-logical machinery.
The most interesting to me were Tennyson's more vehement repudiation of eternal punishment-"St Augustin's descriptions of unbaptised infants crawling in everlasting torture revolts any mind of the present day.
It must be clearly acknowledged that the Church does not have sure knowledge about the salvation of unbaptised infants who die.
14) Which can cause difficulties where the defendant ship is either unbaptised (see Fletcher Steel v Unnamed Double Ended Gravel Dredge, Unreported, AD22, High Court, Dunedin, 27 July 1988) or has changed its name frequently (see Tomita v The Unnamed Vessel formerly known as 'Amami Taiki Go' and also known as 'Intrepid' (2000) 16 PRNZ 459).