Leslie Hardinge, in his book "The Celtic Church in Britain", says that the early Celtic Christians practiced believer's baptism by immersion and blessing of children. They were also similar in other ways to Baptists/Anabaptists. They did believe in apostolic succession, but there is, after all, a successionist theory among Baptists, too, although not defined in quite the same way. Here is the website of a church that is seeking to be a reorganization of the ancient Celtic Church and its distinctive doctrines and practices--before it became the victim of Roman Catholicism: http://www.celticsynod.org I posted this here because I'd like to know what Baptists think of this. Would you consider the ancient Celtic Church to be a cousin to the Baptists, spiritually kin--perhaps even Baptists with another name, and with apostolic succession?