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.
Baptist, we cannot see why it is hard or inconsistent to rebaptize his pedobaptist candidate.
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.
If it is in the interest of truth to re-examine it and re-ordain the pedobaptist preacher who becomes a
Pond, a pedobaptist, has proven conclusively that infants are truly sinners.
Supper, since so many Baptists have unconsciously received from their pedobaptist associates the notion that some spiritual efficacy attends the administration of this rite.
These extracts from leading pedobaptist scholars might be multiplied.
The pedobaptist churches have simply accepted this perversion of Christ's doctrine from Rome, the fountain and source of the world's spiritual errors.
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.
Before entering upon the argument before us, it is but just to remark that in one principle the Baptist and pedobaptist churches agree.
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.