- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of baptize.
“Rather than talk about it, the oldest way baptizes you in its current.”
“By His power He is present in the sacraments, so that when a man baptizes it is really Christ Himself who baptizes (21).”
“Buddle baptizes Christopher Bearce, far right, and two friends before they leave for boot camp after joining the Marines.”
“I'm too concerned that every nuanced exposition of the subordinate role of women runs contrary to everything that seems plain and clear to me about the Gospel, and, worse, that it in small or big ways baptizes a world culture that continues to oppress women simply because they are not men.”
“Theistic evolution takes the Darwinian of the biological world and baptizes it, identifying this picture with the way God created life.”
“The book has four narrators, including the minister who baptizes the woman on the very Sunday she will be murdered; the state's attorney who is investigating what she believes is a double homicide; the woman's 15-year-old daughter, now an orphan; and the author of wildly successful books about angels, who is herself the daughter of a domestic abuse cataclysm.”
“It is surprising to have a member of a church that baptizes dead people by the hundreds of thousands by proxy without anyone's consent, worrying about "collectivism" as distinguished from "individual salvation" and deciding what is and is not a "perversion of the gospel of Jesus Christ as most Christians know it.”
“Using genealogy records, the church also baptizes people who have died from all over the world and from different religions.”
“They won't appreciate the idea that their bishop is teaming up with an institution that, among other things, baptizes dead people into their faith.”
“The revolution devours its children, but first it baptizes them.”
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