- n. A ceremony supposed to cancel a person's earlier baptism.
- de- + baptism (Wiktionary)
“BBC is reporting of the growing demand for 'debaptism' - the 'cancellation' of one's baptism on the grounds that it is imposed upon babies without consent.”
“Atheist John Hunt is a pioneer in an emerging movement toward "debaptism" - a formal rejection of the creeds of baptism.”
“Despite a letter from Lambeth Palace telling the NSS that it would not sanction any form of official 'debaptism', one diocese is bucking the trend.”
“The "debaptism" effort represents a certain breed of militant, confrontational atheism more concerned with vehemently disassociating themselves from Christianity than maintaining actual religious freedom.”
“Ritual Putrefaction Agence France-Presse reports on the latest craze to sweep England: "debaptism.”
“And one relatively brief debaptism ceremony to lighten the mood and have some fun.”
“Church of England changes its mind on debaptism as the trend spreads globally”
“The NSS have produced a debaptism certificate that can be downloaded from the net for £3.”
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