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1. The Christian ceremony of baptism is a symbolic act.
2. Baptism is one of the sacraments in the Christian Church.
3. That was my baptism into weather wisdom.
4. All the family attended the baptism of the first grandchild.
5. My baptism of fire had been with Leon Brittan who was Chief Secretary until the 1983 general election.
6. Montanism, the Easter controversy, and the debate about baptism were all complex issues which required consultation between bishops.
7. No baptism has been traced, though his marriage certificate records him as the son of John Crockford, schoolmaster.
8. Yet, in so far as it constituted his baptism as a politician, it is crucial to an understanding of his political career.
9. He prepares couples for marriage, and children for baptism and communion.
10. An as-yet-unproven system called J-STARS, getting its baptism of fire in the Gulf, illustrates the point.
11. Baptism played a prominent role in Mithraic rites.
12. She had also come through a baptism in front of Britain's most demanding audience.
13. The leaders accepted baptism for themselves and their people, and promised to hold their lands as vassals of the Frankish king.
14. She repeated the request about the baptism and reminded me of my promise to baptise her baby.
15. After his baptism, Martin advanced to the battle-field as a conscientious objector.
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16. The waters of baptism represent the presence and power of that primeval deep for us.
17. Spirit baptism was not just an initiation rite, it was a mystical encounter.
18. He saved us through the baptism of new birth and renewal by the Holy Spirit.
19. Alter baptism, she cuts her hair short and dresses like a man.
20. Her first day in the job was a real baptism of fire because she had to deal with a very difficult case immediately.
21. I was given a million-dollar project to manage in my first month - it was a real baptism of fire.
22. For the inexperienced in the team, the campaign has been a baptism of fire.
23. It was Mark's first introduction to royal duties and he came through his baptism of fire unscathed.
24. The Holy Spirit is there too brooding over the waters at every baptism.
25. The last three groups were a type of radical Protestant sometimes called Anabaptist, because they did not believe in infant baptism.
26. Although a passionate lover in his youth, after his baptism by Ambrose he became a champion of asceticism.
27. An eleventh-century manuscript's depiction of war between Christians and Moors, and its inevitable outcome - baptism or execution.
28. Not for him was the formal ceremony of admission, with its conditional baptism and its awesome recital of categorical promises.
29. He had to be born of water - that is, new life after the burial of baptism - and of the Spirit.
30. For a first Mass it had certainly been a tough baptism.
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