rebaptize


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rebaptize


Past participle: rebaptized
Gerund: rebaptizing

Imperative
rebaptize
rebaptize
Present
I rebaptize
you rebaptize
he/she/it rebaptizes
we rebaptize
you rebaptize
they rebaptize
Preterite
I rebaptized
you rebaptized
he/she/it rebaptized
we rebaptized
you rebaptized
they rebaptized
Present Continuous
I am rebaptizing
you are rebaptizing
he/she/it is rebaptizing
we are rebaptizing
you are rebaptizing
they are rebaptizing
Present Perfect
I have rebaptized
you have rebaptized
he/she/it has rebaptized
we have rebaptized
you have rebaptized
they have rebaptized
Past Continuous
I was rebaptizing
you were rebaptizing
he/she/it was rebaptizing
we were rebaptizing
you were rebaptizing
they were rebaptizing
Past Perfect
I had rebaptized
you had rebaptized
he/she/it had rebaptized
we had rebaptized
you had rebaptized
they had rebaptized
Future
I will rebaptize
you will rebaptize
he/she/it will rebaptize
we will rebaptize
you will rebaptize
they will rebaptize
Future Perfect
I will have rebaptized
you will have rebaptized
he/she/it will have rebaptized
we will have rebaptized
you will have rebaptized
they will have rebaptized
Future Continuous
I will be rebaptizing
you will be rebaptizing
he/she/it will be rebaptizing
we will be rebaptizing
you will be rebaptizing
they will be rebaptizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rebaptizing
you have been rebaptizing
he/she/it has been rebaptizing
we have been rebaptizing
you have been rebaptizing
they have been rebaptizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rebaptizing
you will have been rebaptizing
he/she/it will have been rebaptizing
we will have been rebaptizing
you will have been rebaptizing
they will have been rebaptizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rebaptizing
you had been rebaptizing
he/she/it had been rebaptizing
we had been rebaptizing
you had been rebaptizing
they had been rebaptizing
Conditional
I would rebaptize
you would rebaptize
he/she/it would rebaptize
we would rebaptize
you would rebaptize
they would rebaptize
Past Conditional
I would have rebaptized
you would have rebaptized
he/she/it would have rebaptized
we would have rebaptized
you would have rebaptized
they would have rebaptized
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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Although there seems to be no move to rebaptize in Jesus' name all of those disciples who had received John's baptism, that option presents itself as the church expands beyond its initial membership.
mention the Donatist Council of 336 only in passing, yet it witnessed Donatus's capitulation to Mauretanian bishops who refused to rebaptize converts from Catholicism.
Rebaptize them?--caused a great controversy in the church.
However, the opportunity to rebaptize the daughter of a Puritan minister, a man the Jesuits styled an egregious heretic, a "wolf in shepherd's clothing, whose flock they had captivated for the safety of their souls, was especially noteworthy (J.
It would be once again to deny him his humanity, to rebaptize him in the name of literary criticism.
Cohen's mincing voice and anti-gay message were intended to rebaptize Poland before its debate on the bill legalizing same-sex civil unions.
We might then subtitle or rebaptize them as Et quand le roi serait fou?
When receiving converts from the Catholic Church, they repeat the holy sacrament of baptism; yet they do not rebaptize members of their own connection who have received this sacrament from clergy polluted by acts of criminality or adultery (M 7.14, line 209).
"With the Council of Constantinople," Canisius continues, "we must say: 'I acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins.' And with Augustine: 'To rebaptize a heretical person is entirely a sin, but to rebaptize a Catholic is a most monstrous crime,' which, consequently, imperial laws in fact forbid." (76) Against the adversaries who clamor against the church's rule to administer the Eucharist to the laity in only one kind, Canisius insists that neither faith nor sacraments can effect salvation "except for those who persist in the unity of the church." That is why Augustine said: "Without unifying love (sine charitate unitatis) all the sacraments of Christ entail judgment, not salvation" (Against the Letters of Petilian 3.40.46).
However, at the church business meeting of April 20, 1854, Kalley "demonstrate[d] that Papist baptism is not Christian, therefore, on conversion, Romanists must be re-baptized as if they were gentiles." (58) This change of policy against infant baptism was to have far-reaching effects in Brazil, where most evangelical churches still rebaptize.
But he did this not in order to establish a new church practice, but rather "owing to their ignorance." If it was necessary to rebaptize everyone who relapsed into sin, "we would constantly require a lake or river in readiness." Article II.
Dorgan writes that it is "not unusual" for Old Regular Baptists to defer until "their forties or fifties." (11) Some demand immersion of professing, pedo-baptized Christians who seek Baptist church membership; some "rebaptize" those whose immersion was outside the Baptist fold ("alien immersion"); and others recognize varying baptismal forms, receiving members based on their profession of faith.