Given that one of the two (or three) marks of a true church is right (or pure) administration of the sacraments/ordinances, what should we conclude about a church that administers baptism to those who seek it as a kind of "re-dedication"? I'm not wanting to get into the false profession/infant baptist/RC baptism scenarios here, because it looks like other threads have discussed that one at considerable length. This is probably more of an issue for my fellow Southern Baptist brethren than others (see here under category #4 for the kind of thing I'm talking about). If the president of one of the SBC seminaries estimates (anecdotally) that as many as half of baptisms in SBC churches are "rebaptisms" of one sort or another that seems like a serious problem. Assuming that churches ought not to administer baptism in those "ree-dedication" situations, how serious is that when holding that church up against the traditional marks of a true church?