On another board someone said that he was going from one denomination, which does not transfer letters of membership to his wife's baptist church. He was told by the baptist church that he would have to be baptised, even though he had been baptised in his former denom, because they would not transfer a letter of membership. While I wouldn't have required him to be rebaptised, I suggested that it wouldn't be a bad thing for him to be re-baptised, assuming that he understands that baptism is only symbolic. Every other poster became indignant at the idea that anyone would ever be re-baptised and I was the only one who believed that it's not wrong to be baptised more than once. Is there any Biblical admonition against being baptised more than once?