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Man baptised at the age of 99
London - A 99 year-old man from Brentwood in Essex in England has been baptised. “I have been thinking about it for a couple of years,” commented Norman Machin after the baptism.
Baptist university says employees must pledge they are not gay
Rome - A Baptist university in Rome, Georgia, in the US has demanded that its employees sign a statement pledging they are not gay. Any employee who fails to sign risks losing his employment at the University.
Six-week-old baby drowns during baptism in Moldova
A baby boy drowned as he was being baptized by a priest in Moldova. The priest, Father Valentin, immersed the boy three times in the presence of his parents and godparents during the baptism ceremony.
Lemon Soda Used By Priest For Baptism
It may seem like an April Fool's joke but a priest really baptized a baby with lemon soda in Norway when the church's taps froze.
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