Being a former Southern Baptist (30 years) I know pretty much what the SBC believes regarding baptism. Last I knew it was taught as an ordinance of the church and it was an outward expression of an inward experience and wasn't ever performed on infants and is reserved for those who have made a public profession of faith and is done by immersion only. BUT..... If you a Baptist - Other (meaning not SBC) would you please post your church's doctrinal belief regarding baptism. 1. Is it necessary to salvation 2. Does your church "baptize" infants 3. Is it done by immersion? I'm trying to be certain of what Baptists generally believe regarding baptism because of a topic I'm currently following on another board. Your help is appreciated.