Question regarding validity of Protestant Baptism...
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(04-20-2010, 02:28 PM)mike6240 Wrote: with all the goofy and weird shenanigans going on in Protestant circles nowadays (and some "Catholic" ones to boot) I'm very surprised the priest just shrugged it off.  I've heard of baptisms performed only  in the name of Jesus (no Father, Son and Holy Ghost), baptisms in the name of the "Creator", "Redeemer" and "Sanctifer" and in other heretical, weird and goofy ways.  Having water poured over your head is only part of the baptism.  Without the valid formula, "I baptize thee in the Name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost" it's just splashing your head with water.  It's not a baptism.

Go to a traditional priest (not a Novus Ordo priest).  You can always be conditionally baptized if there is any doubt, which sounds as if there is plenty.

The only doubt expressed was due to the use of sprinkling.  That would not normally make a baptism invalid.  The OP did not say anything to suggest there was a problem with the baptismal formula.  Conditional baptism is not something that is done "just in case".  There has to be some serious reason to believe the baptism was invalid.
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Re: Question regarding validity of Protestant Baptism... - by JayneK - 04-20-2010, 03:09 PM



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