Did you maybe mean unbaptized?
- adj. alternative spelling of unbaptized.
- adj. not having undergone the Christian ritual of baptism
“Enemy names are still a work in progress, but we did see a few of them and they come in all shapes and sizes - a particular favourite of ours being the so-called unbaptised babies: freaky infants with scythe-like arms.”
“Put all those together and you can tell that she is from a family of Sikhs, though she is unbaptised.”
“Another is the regular admission of the unbaptised to Holy Communion as a matter of public policy.”
“Due to pastoral urgency, the Vatican has decided it is theologically better if unbaptised babies go to heaven instead of hell or limbo.”
“Even the great Molière died without sacrament, buried in the dead of night in the dismal corner of the cemetery reserved for unbaptised infants.”
“There have always been unbaptised people, heretics, and schismatics.”
“Now PCUSA no longer claims that unbaptised infants who die go to hell because they're not sprinkled.”
“A papal decree reversing the firm Catholic belief of two millennia that infants dying unbaptised to not go to heaven would be like an earthquake in the structure of Catholic theology and belief," said Fr. Brian Harrison, a theologian.”
“Limbo is a state of existence where unbaptised babies would not experience pain.”
“To such a point was and is this carried that the Synod of Dort declared, Infantes infidelium morientes in infantiâ reprobatos esse statui mus; nay, many of the orthodox still hold a Christian babe dying unbaptised to be unfit for a higher existence, and some have even created a “limbo” expressly to domicile the innocents “of whom is the kingdom of Heaven.””
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