I've had this happen twice in a few years. An adult baptist requesting to be baptized again because back when they were baptized the first time, they "didn't understand it." One was an old woman who was feebleminded and said she needed to be "cleansed" because it didn't feel right the first time. So I told our Pastor the full story and said "I don't think she's right in the head anymore--besides, the water doesn't cleanse--the blood of Christ does." So he talked with her and one of the ladies in the church convinced her not to. I even told the Pastor I would NOT baptize her. The second was a young man; probably late 20's. He said he wanted to be baptized again because even though he made a profession of faith when he was young and was baptized, that he didn't understand what baptism really was and that he wanted to be baptized again. I don't know what he meant by "I really didn't understand what it meant, but I do now." What do you think? Has this happened to you? Do we baptize baptists a second time? When should you? Or should you even? What is right? What about "One Lord, one faith, one baptism"?