Sorry if this has already come up. I would like to know what your views on not only persons baptized, but mode of baptism as well. Paedo, Immersion - Philip Schaff (maybe) Paedo, Triune Immersion - Eastern Hetero... Orthodox Paedo, Sprinkling (Aspersion) - Most Presbyterians Paedo, Pouring (Affusion) - Some Presbyterians Paedo, "Just get 'em wet" - Presbyterian/Reformed Credo, Immersion - John MacArthur Credo, Triune Immersion - Brethren Churches Credo, Sprinkling/Pouring - John Smyth, early Anabaptists Credo, "Just get 'em wet" - Not sure about any of these Credo, but accept previous infant baptism - John Piper Water baptism no longer applies - Salvation Army Other (Please Explain) This came from the discussion about RB's rebaptizing (or properly baptizing, as the case may be) those baptized/dedicated as infants. Are all RB churches immersionist? Would they require an adult who had water poured on him to be immersed? I for one believe pouring is proper, since as John baptized with water, so Jesus baptizes with the Holy Spirit and fire, which were poured out on us. I don't believe immersion or sprinkling (which I had done) are wrong, just less proper. Discuss.