from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who rebaptizes, or who believes in rebaptism; also, an Anabaptist.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who rebaptizes.

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  • noun One who rebaptizes.


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  • This might occur in the case where both were striving to baptize someone; and then it is clear that whichever pronounced the words first would confer the sacrament of Baptism; while the other, however great his right to baptize, if he presume to utter the words, would be liable to be punished as a rebaptizer.

    Summa Theologica, Part III (Tertia Pars) From the Complete American Edition

  • Be that as it may, we simply rebaptizer such persons.


  • If they themselves keep our baptism [i.e. do not rebaptizer converts from Orthodoxy], this should not urge us, for it is not our responsibility to return them a favor, but to serve the precision [Gk. Acrivia] of the Canons.


  • Also, the fact that the Priestmonk Jonas, [13] one of Patriarch Cyril V's most active co-workers in Constantinople and himself a '' rebaptizer, '' was also a Kafsokalyvitis, i.e. a fellow monastic of Neophytos, should not, in my opinion, remain unnoticed.



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