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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rebaptize.

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Examples

  • The LDS church had argued, for instance, that it had a constitutionally protected right to practice redemption—the “clean slate” argument—and in doing so, call a rebaptized Frank Curtis into a leadership position within the church.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • The LDS church had argued, for instance, that it had a constitutionally protected right to practice redemption—the “clean slate” argument—and in doing so, call a rebaptized Frank Curtis into a leadership position within the church.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • The term Anabaptist was given to these people by their opponents because they "rebaptized" those who came to them from the Catholic and Protestant churches.

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  • Therefore, converts to the Catholic Church who received baptism in another Christian denomination are not "rebaptized" but, instead, receive the

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  • Frank Curtis had been rebaptized because he was a member in good standing by the time he met Sandy Scott a decade later, while he was teaching Sunday school in a different ward.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • “Following a period of professional and church counseling and penitence, John Doe was rebaptized and received restoration of blessings from the church,” the petition stated.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • They punished him under Church law, he was forgiven, he repented, and he was rebaptized.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • At the same time, the church maintained that its discipline records were not relevant to the case of Jeremiah Scott because it was already known that church officials had excommunicated Frank Curtis for sexually abusing children, and then rebaptized him as part of a repentance process.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • After some period of repentance and counseling, an excommunicated member may be rebaptized into the church at the discretion of church leaders.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints argued in numerous court filings that rebaptized members were given a “clean slate” through the exercise of the Mormon faith, and to allow a legal examination of actions prior to rebaptism was a violation of the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

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