(See Baptism comparative summary).
The majority of Protestant churches practice infant baptism. However, most do not deem baptism as essential for salvation. They view it to be a sacrament or ordinance that is an outward symbolic sign of one's identification with Christ and membership in the Christian community. Protestants that do not practice infant baptism include Apostolics, Baptists, Disciples of Christ, Churches of Christ, Pentecostals, and Seventh-day Adventists.See also: Born again Christianity: Christian concepts
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