From what i have seen and learned there can be times in the credo community where a person would either be rebaptized (perhaps not recognizing the RC baptism) or perhaps baptized multiple times throughout a life (perhaps after the repentance of what would be deemed a major sin). Would Paedobaptists ever see the need to baptize an individual after already being baptized? Two ideas come up. 1. I was baptized RC as an infant. At the time i felt as though i should be rebaptized because of my new found faith and studies into baptism at the time which were predominately credo. 2. (without going into huge detail for now...) I guess pertains to the validity of the person doing the baptizing. If i was originally rebaptized by someone who was no longer leading or teaching a church would that make the baptism invalid? I guess i would ask who should be doing the baptizing here. If one is not a credible member of any church, or is not a Pastor, Elder or deacon can that person then baptize another? What would be the criteria?