Mark Horner wrote:

Hi, guys —

Is it possible to

  1. denounce one's Confirmation vows
  2. unconfirm yourself, or
  3. unbaptize yourself?

Thank you!

Mark

  { Is it possible to denounce one's Confirmation vows, unconfirm yourself, or unbaptize yourself? }

Mike replied:

Dear Mark,

Once one is baptized, it cannot be undone and that is for the good of the individual who, no matter what struggles they may be going through, remains a part of the Body of Christ.

You can't get unconfirmed either. I believe my colleague Eric answered a previous question related to this that should address your questions.

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Mike

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