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I thought for a second when I saw your original title that you might have been intending it literally. This is a fairly academic site, in which question content rather than expression is important. Therefore questions will tend to be taken literally. That probably explains the comment you got. I think the problem people are having with your question is ...


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I think this would probably be too much to ask for here, and for most topics there probably isn't the expertise or people willing to put in the energy. Instead I think it would be better to simply make a reference request question for Catholic scholars who have written about the rewards Christians receive beyond salvation. I'd expect you'd be able to ...


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If I could suggest something for all questions here, it is to add the doctrinal framework you're asking for to the title (i.e. according to Baptist, Evangelicals, Catholics, Orthodox, etc...). This is the best thing you can to do ensure you get the answer you're looking for. If you're non-denominational, this is difficult, but you still ought to have ...


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I think the question is fine as a question of church history. I don't think anyone would dispute the basic facts: that before the reformation infant baptism was supreme in the Catholic Church, that most early reformers still baptised infants, that the anabaptists did not and would even rebaptise adults, and that since then both Reformed and Arminian baptists ...


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The question itself is actually not too bad, but it is a little off in that it pretends this is something that there is going to be an objective right answer too no matter what your viewpoint. This expectation itself is objectively false given thousands of years of disagreement over the "right" answer. If this question was easy to answer as framed we wouldn'...


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