John Hunt, 56, a homosexual and a member of the radical "gay" group Outrage, has publicly debaptized himself --and has even received a Certificate of De-Baptism from the National Secular Society.

He stated that wants his 1953 baptism cancelled because he was not consulted and does not believe in God.

He was motivated by a similar case in Spain, where a court ruled under Spanish data protection legislation that records of baptisms could be stricken from the register.

Mr Hunt's de-baptism certificate reads:

“I, John Geoffrey Hunt, having been subjected to the rite of Christian baptism in infancy hereby publicly revoke any implications of that rite. I reject all its creeds and other such superstitions in particular the perfidious belief that any baby needs to be cleansed of original sin.”

He thereafter paid £60 to make his formal apostasy public by publishing it in the London Gazette. The London diocese has agreed to amend his baptism notes with the notice.

In accordance with Pascals wager:
Atheism is a terrible bet. It gives you no chance of winning the prize. It is the height of folly not to "bet" on God, even if you have no certainty, no proof, no guarantee that your bet will win.

And in the words of Holy Scripture:
"Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved" Mark 16:16

"...God patiently waited in the days of Noah during the building of the ark, in which a few persons, eight in all, were saved through water. This prefigured baptism, which saves you now." 1 Peter 3:20-21

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The Catholic Church is the last visible holdout in this world against the evil schemes of the radical secular sex-obsessed left, and the only church that is guaranteed to prevail against the gates of hell... "I say unto thee that thou art Peter, and on this rock I will build my assembly, and hades' gates shall not prevail against it.". This of course is why the God hating leftists in Argentina have begun an official "Apostasize from the Catholic Church" campaign...

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"The lady doth protest too much, methinks."
William Shakespeare, Hamlet.

The rise of militant atheism actually portends well for the Church. I am hopeful that as a civilization we have finally climbed out of the depths of our lukewarm apathy toward God and have entered a new era where man has become either HOT or COLD for Jesus. It may not bode well in the short term for believers in the wordly sense because the result is persecution. But the battle has begun and this fire will test the sincerity of our faith and ultimately prove the truth of Christianity to Christ's enemies. After all--"it is hard for [atheists] to kick against the goad". Acts 26:14

When an unbeliever becomes angry in discussing the faith it may mean that they are actually closer to conversion than if they display "toleration" and a distant and withdrawn "respect". Toleration reveals one's apathy while intolerance the opposite. Witness how very tolerant so many atheists are of Buddhism, Hinduism or even Islam while they condemn Christianity. In this intolerance lies something very meaningful and mysterious--that at