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Part 2: Baptism for the ex-Muslim Christian: Some Pastoral Observations

“When considering the safety of converts from Islam, a recommended practice, if possible, is preparing converts for baptism in groups. In the context of Muslim villages in Southeast Asia one minister told me that they will not carry out baptisms until there is a large threshold of people—40 or 50. The reasoning is that it is easy for a Muslim society to compel one or two converts to return to Islam through abuse and enticement…”

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Part 1: Baptism for the ex-Muslim Christian: Some Pastoral Observations

“The number of people converting from Islam to Christianity has never been higher than what we’re seeing today. When it comes to caring for these converts, baptism is without a doubt one of the most sensitive and important issues in relation to Christ’s converts from Islam…”

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