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If the baptizing minister doesn’t intend to administer a sacrament that confers grace, is the baptism valid?

Question:

My Southern Baptist friend says that her church teaches that baptism does not confer grace and is not necessary for salvation. Since her pastor does not intend to administer a sacrament that confers grace, doesn&#039;t that mean that he doesn&#039;t have the right intention and so the Baptist baptism is not valid?<br />

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