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  • adj. Of or for baptism; baptismal.

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  • adj. Of or for baptism; baptismal.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to baptism, or (with a capital) to the doctrine of the Baptists.

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  • adj. of or pertaining to or characteristic of the Baptist church


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  • And as far as millions dying at the hands of religion, don't forget that 50 million + independent Bible believing baptistic believers died at the hands of cruel leaders of the state churches in Europe.

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  • It is not our purpose to discuss the baptistic question.

    The Christian Home

  • Massachusetts soon became the scene of expression of baptistic polity.

    An Outline of Baptist History: A Splendid Reference Work for Busy Workers. A Record of the Struggles and Triumphs of Baptist Pioneers and Builders

  • But thanks be to God, biblical baptistic theology is clear ….

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  • Kidnapped Christian peace activist Tom Fox found dead in Baghdad Rural Texas pastor bucks the norm, running for legislature as Democrat Gay activists arrested at Liberty, target 4 other Baptist colleges Body of slain Christian peace activist returned to United States for burial Secular communicators win awards for excellence in religion news House passes resolution condemning Russian religious-freedom violations Cincinnati leaders change direction on homosexuality discrimination Ordination variations: Some wonder is it baptistic?

    ABP News

  • A minority and often-controversial counterview argues the "true" baptistic church established by Christ and the apostles has existed, in one form or another, in unbroken succession since the New Testament apart from a corrupted Roman Catholic Church.

    Biblical Recorder

  • Of course credo-baptism is a de facto test for being baptistic.


  • It's that his sacramental theology is credo-baptistic and not paedobaptistic.


  • Confession while holding to this patently anti-baptistic understanding of ecclesiology and covenant theology.

    Reformed Baptist Fellowship


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