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Baptism Integrity (BI) -formerly The Movement for the Reform of Infant Baptism (MORIB) - is a group within the Church of England working constructively for the reform of the discipline and practice of the church as regards infant baptism.
It was launched in 1987 at Malvern, but it inherits the concerns of the “Baptismal Reform Movement” of the 1940’s.
BI exists to promote the Christian Religion as set out in the doctrines and liturgy of the Church of England, by fostering a better understanding and practice of the administration of the sacrament of baptism in that church
Are now available from the CRC Office.