Antipaedobaptists (from ἀντί, against, παῖς, child, and βάπτιζω, to baptize), persons who object to the baptism of infants, on the assumption that Christ's commission to baptize appears to them to restrict this ordinance to such only as are taught, or made disciples; and that consequently infants, who cannot be thus taught, ought to be excluded. The Baptists, Campbellites, and Mennonites are Antipnedobaptists. See those titles.

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