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39 minutes ago, Itoero said:

Isn't this enough text?

"The baptism in Georgia is shocking.

What's wrong with those people?"

Of course not. What do you find shocking about it? Why do you think it is “abuse”? 

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1 hour ago, Itoero said:

Isn't this enough text?

"The baptism in Georgia is shocking.

What's wrong with those people?"

I don't know what happens in the video. All there is is your assessment as shocking. No, that's not enough.

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This "abuse" story appears to be the usual hate-filled nonsense about foreigners, full of lies and made-up "facts", from the Daily Mail: http://orthochristian.com/100398.html

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However, the Daily Mail article, with already 1,700 shares, and the articles following after it, are filled with rather obvious errors and ignorant editorializing.

Situation normal, then.

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16 minutes ago, swansont said:
2 hours ago, Itoero said:

 

I don't know what happens in the video. All there is is your assessment as shocking. No, that's not enough.

I see, then move this to the trash can

 

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Not being a parent, I can't really comment on this but, but it sounds reasonable:

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The Baptisms were supposedly celebrated carelessly, causing fear and panic in the babies and parents: “Needless to say, all the little ones have panic written all over their face as they are plunged under the water, and burst into tears afterwards,” writes the Daily Mail. However, as anyone who has attended any infant Baptism can attest, babies almost always cry at being handed to an unfamiliar man and dipped into water, no matter how slowly or carefully. Babies often cry when taken to Communion as well. Babies often cry when a parent wipes their nose. None of this implies danger to the child’s life.

 

1 minute ago, Itoero said:

I see, then move this to the trash can

 

"I'm too lazy to explain or justify anything I do"

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