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What is the difference between baptism and christening?
asked Jan 22, 2011 by triuser (1,765 points)

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A christening is a Catholic  practice where an infant or young child is sprinkled with water by the priest/preacher/clergyman over a small fountain.  A baptism is a distinctively Baptist/Evangelical Methodist tradition, and instead of just sprinkling a child, it is a person that has been saved of that person's own free will and has chosen to show everyone that he/she has decided to be a Christian and is proud of that.


answered Jan 22, 2011 by trianswer (22,754 points)

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