From another topic, I was appalled at a so-called "baptist" who thought baptism was not important, or the "amount of water" not an issue! My blood started to boil a little, as I realized that some must "say" that they are Baptist just to be able to post here, but not hold to probably the single-most identifiable tenet of what a "Baptist" is! So, obviously I have been sheltered and coddled too long. Would those who believe immersion is NOT important, NOT the only method/mode of baptism, NOT an issue for your church or NOT a tenet of historic baptist distinctives please just share a quick word? Assume that some liberal baptists (er, moderates for those who are liberal in the SBC) would not believe so. And sham-baptists, and we all know who you are. But others? Thanks.