Christian
Baptists
The Baptist movement emerged as the radical wing of the Puritan movement in England in the seventeenth century with an emphasis on the autonomy of the local church and the rejection of church-state ties by Christian churches. It took its name from its belief that baptism, the rite of admission to church membership, should be reserved for people old enough to make a decision to accept Christianity and be by total immersion.

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