Translation of Baptist in Spanish:


baptista, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbæptəst/ /ˈbaptɪst/


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    baptista masculine, feminine
    bautista masculine, feminine
    • Lutherans, Calvinists, Methodists, Baptists and even agnostics have found him deserving.
    • Lutherans, Anglicans, Baptists and evangelicals complete the broad tapestry.
    • Most of the people are Roman Catholics, Anglican, Methodists, Baptists, or Mennonites.
    • Some of these groups, including the Baptists, Quakers, and Mennonites, developed their own forms of worship.
    • I only long that we as individuals and as Calvinistic Baptists be Godlike in our response to this calamity.
    • Adventists come in as many shades as Baptists, Pentecostals and Methodists do.
    • There are also significant populations of Christians, mainly Baptists and Catholics.
    • Most of the Indian Christians attend St Anne's Church, in North Street, while others are Baptists or Methodists.
    • So we're thinking of becoming, if not Baptists, possibly Baptist church band groupies.
    • It's not the Baptists or the Catholics or the Methodists or the Assemblies of God.
    • As it happens, I am a Southern Baptist, and we Baptists can extol the Scriptures with the best of them.
    • The 1644 confession was reprinted several times and was the basis of the rapid expansion of the Baptists through the 1650s.
    • Revivalism flourished as Baptists, Methodists, and Presbyterians vied for converts.
    • These include Baptists, Moravians and various kinds of Brethren.
    • Yet, the Baptist convention there brings Baptists together for evangelism and witness.
    • After all, more than half of American evangelicals are either Baptists or non-denominational.
    • I've even heard that some Baptists have started a Benedictine-style monastery.
    • Such worship links Pentacostals closely to southern evangelical Baptists.
    • This approach allowed for the rapid expansion of Baptists throughout the region.


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    the Baptist Church la Iglesia Baptista / Bautista