Is Infant Baptism a required belief/practice?

Discussion in 'Sacraments and Holy Orders' started by BibleHoarder, Nov 28, 2017.

  1. JoeLaughon

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    The Depositary of Faith consists of both scripture and tradition. Baptism is a sacrament administered in infancy so that everyone can avail of its God given grace at the earliest opportunity
     
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    I never left Anglicanism because I was never Anglican to begin with, but I do sympathize for Anglicans who I believe are indeed fellow brothers and sisters in the Lord. Mind you, I can agree with the majority of Anglican doctrine as outlined in the BCP and its Articles, it's just that I have my share of doubts as well.
     
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    It ought to be. It was more or less unanimously believed in the Early Church
     
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