Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Relating to the baptism of infants.
  • n. One who advocates or practises infant baptism.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who advocates or practices infant baptism.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An advocate of the baptism of infants.

Etymologies

pedo- +‎ baptist (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Baptist, we cannot see why it is hard or inconsistent to rebaptize his pedobaptist candidate.

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

  • As I was raised in a pedobaptist church, this declaration was a great surprise to me, but I looked up the authorities and found that the professor had stated the facts correctly.

    To Infidelity and Back

  • If it is in the interest of truth to re-examine it and re-ordain the pedobaptist preacher who becomes a

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

  • Pond, a pedobaptist, has proven conclusively that infants are truly sinners.

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

  • Supper, since so many Baptists have unconsciously received from their pedobaptist associates the notion that some spiritual efficacy attends the administration of this rite.

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

  • These extracts from leading pedobaptist scholars might be multiplied.

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

  • The pedobaptist churches have simply accepted this perversion of Christ's doctrine from Rome, the fountain and source of the world's spiritual errors.

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

  • The distinguished pedobaptist scholars seem to have held a convention for the express purpose of affirming the wisdom of the Holy Spirit in this matter and endorsing the Baptist position.

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

  • Before entering upon the argument before us, it is but just to remark that in one principle the Baptist and pedobaptist churches agree.

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

  • The answer is, first, because it is necessary to teach the youths of our own great denomination, the fundamental doctrines of our denomination; and secondly, believing we are right, it is our duty not to desist until we have converted our pedobaptist brethren from the errors of their way.

    Once a Methodist; Now a Baptist. Why?

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