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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of baptise.


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  • Bishop Nicetas destroys the Oracle of God Dionysus in Vesai and baptises all the Gentiles of this area.

    The Church-State Alliance and the future of humanity

  • And men do repent, and John baptises them as a symbol that God has forgiven them.

    The Jesus of History

  • Satan of the Christian secret rites and teachings: "He also baptises those who believe in him, and promises that they shall come forth, cleansed of their sins."

    The Builders A Story and Study of Masonry

  • To enable Parsifal to appear in the temple, Gurnemanz now baptises him with water from the spring, and Kundry, anointing his feet with a costly perfume, wipes them with her hair.

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  • We approach that perennial life which bubbles up from an unseen source, and so baptises its representative with its lucent flood that human hearts cling round the Christ, and feel that they could almost more readily reject the apparent facts of history than deny that which they intuitively feel to be a vital, an essential truth of the higher life.

    Esoteric Christianity, or The Lesser Mysteries

  • [279] Toutefois, parce qu'il reste encore quelque petite trace de l'Eglise en la papaute, et meme que la vertu et substance du bapteme y est demeuree, joint que l'efficace du bapteme ne depend pas de celui qui l'administre, nous confessons ceux qui y sont baptises n'avoir besoin d'un second bapteme.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • [566] Sur ceci nous detestons l'erreur des Anabaptistes, qui ne se contentent pas d'un seul bapteme une fois rec, u, et en outre condamnent le bapteme des petits enfants des fideles, lesquels nous croyons devoir etre baptises et scelles du signe de l'alliance; [567] comme les petits enfants etaient circoncis en Israel, [568] sur les memes promesses qui sont faites ` a nos enfants.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • God receives little children into the Church with their fathers, we say, upon the authority of Jesus enfante engendres des fideles doivent etre baptises.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • [292] Nous tenons aussi, bien que nous ne soyons baptises qu'une fois, que le profit qui nous est l ` a signifie s'etend ` a la vie et ` a la mort, ` a fin que nous ayons une signature permanente, que Jesus-Christ nous sera toujours justice et sanctification.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Thar's a fire goin 'an' they're heatin 'rocks, same as Colonel Sterett tells about when they baptises his grandfather into the church.

    Wolfville Nights


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