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Arian, Jehovah’s Witnesses Baptisms Invalid

Question:

How come Arian baptisms are valid but Jehovah&#039;s Witness baptisms aren&#039;t?

Answer:

Actually, the baptisms of both the ancient Arians and the modern-day Jehovah’s Witnesses (JWs) are invalid, because neither group believed/believes in the divinity of Jesus and the reality of the Trinity. Indeed, the JWs are modern-day Arians.

For more on this topic, see our Catholic Answers tract on Trinitarian Baptism.

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