@nytimes
The New York Times
a month ago
In some churches, baptism is returning to its informal roots. Performing the age-old Christian ritual in a more relaxed or casual style "conveys this isn’t your grandmother's church," one pastor said.
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@fozberry1
fozberry🐻
a month ago
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@SamHendren1
Sam Hendren
a month ago
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@dirtyfiends
Pious Men
a month ago
@nytimes Magical sky wizard was always a daredevil. Glad the normies are finally catching up. Cowabunga!
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@pebble107
Caleb Anderson
a month ago
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@rtford2112
Raymond Ford
a month ago
@nytimes The world will be a much better place when all religions and churches get regulated to the history and mythology books.
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@Dibyendu85Das
Dibyendu Das
a month ago
@nytimes I think we’ve already covered how silly the concept of religion is. 😉
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@chottsfired
Tyler Chott ☕️
a month ago
@nytimes ugh... baptism is a wildly silly ritual that gives false promises.
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@angelesleonm
Ángeles 🦁
a month ago
@nytimes Only one type of baptism👇 "Jesus went from Galilee to the Jordan River, where John was, to be baptized by him...As soon as Jesus was baptized and came out of the water, heaven was opened to him and he saw the Spirit of God descending on him like a dove" Matthew 3: 13-17 Bible
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