News – ‘Debaptism’

ET staff writer
ET staff writer
01 May, 2009 0 min read


The National Secular Society (NSS) claims to have had 100,000 downloads of an unofficial ‘certificate of debaptism’ from its web site.

The society acknowledges its ‘irreverent certificate of debaptism is a bit of fun’, but continues by stating: ‘After all, the concept of baptism is a complete fantasy that has no meaning outside [of] the heads of the religious’. It is now selling a parchment edition that the NSS claims is ‘perfect for framing’.

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