- We may find that some of the ideas we want to test are very difficult ones; certainly, in using this particular example of baptism, we are not taking the easiest idea ever put forward.
- He turned to his sons demanding to know whether there was or was not to be a baptism party that night, and whether or not I would be the only white present.
- Don't forget to take with you your baptism and confirmation certificates.
- Christ's birthday only became important for the Church when infant baptism replaced adult baptism.
- The Devils face a baptism of fire in the Premier Division, with games at Ayr and Murrayfield.
- The Civil War and the intervention of the Great Powers were a baptism of fire for the Bolsheviks.
- The researcher engaged in the social study of baptism may well decide at an early stage of the study that in modern British society baptism is more of a social than a religious ceremony.
- Child baptism is the equivalent of circumcision in the Old Testament and in the modern Jewish household.
- We share His life through the water of baptism which washes us clean and brings new growth into our lives.
- First of all there was the paperwork: it was necessary to obtain permission from the head of the family, to have a certificate of baptism for each emigrant, to obtain exemption from military service for males, to have no criminal record and to prove how the voyage would be paid for.
- This was followed by a presentation by Mr Michael Foley on "Celebrating Baptism as a Parish Community".
- The 1982 dispute was my baptism of fire.
- Ice Hockey: Devils in baptism of fire