Danish pastor sacked for views on baptism

September 1996
Christian Century;9/11/96, Vol. 113 Issue 26, p846
Reports on a ruling by the Danish Pastoral Court that Pastor Bent Feldbaek Nielsen of the Evangelical Lutheran Church should be dismissed because of his views on baptism. Feldbaek Nielsen's preaching that baptism of infants is only an act symbolizing a future rebirth by faith; Influence of the charismatic movement on the Lutheran Church in Denmark.


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