Baptism by immersion only: I went to catholic.com but I need some more stuff on this. I just got back from getting my rump handed to me on this one. Can ya help?Well, without knowing what their exact arguments are, I can't really say a whole lot. But, I can point you to various articles online that address this issue:
- Baptism: Immersion Only?
- Catholic Baptism and Immersion
- Does Col 2:15 Disprove Baptism by Sprinkling or Pouring?
- Is Baptism by Immersion Only?
- On the Legitimacy of Baptism by Sprinkling or Pouring
- Were All Biblical Baptisms by Immersion?
Remember that immersion is a legitimate form of baptism in the Catholic Church, and it is actually the form that best symbolizes the dying to sin and rising to new life that truly takes place in baptism. BUT, it is not the only way to baptize. The important thing is that water is used, not that the person be completely submerged in it.
I know that's not a lot, but I hope it helps. If you would like an answer to any specific arguments or objections that your opponents may have, then tell me what those are and I'll see what I can do.