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|What are the main differences between the Methodist and the Baptist?|
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|Well it used to be that there were three major differences:
1). Methodist's practice infant baptism, Baptists don't.
2). Methodist church government is bishop-governed, Baptist church polity is that of independant congregational rule.
3). Methodists believe that a believer can lose their salvation, Baptists don't.
The divide is even greater now that Methodists believe in the ordination of women and have ordained homosexuals.
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