hemerobaptism

hemerobaptism

the practice of ancient Jewish and early Christian sects involving daily ceremonial baptisms or ablutions. — hemerobaptist, n.
See also: Baptism
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461) in his Urteil II, both meant to oppose hemerobaptism by demonstrating that the original practice was to baptize candidates only on Easter and Pentecost, knowledge of which he gained from Gratian's decretum.(256) In his Gesprach, Hubmaier listed Gregory--by whom he likely meant Gregory the Great (c.540-604)--along with Augustine, Jerome and papal law as distorters of Scripture.