I have to agree with Dan on this one.<quoted text>
There's no prohibition against baptizing anyone, let alone an age requirement.
There just isn't.
You want there to be one so you can support your belief that it isn't salvific, but you can't because there isn't one.
There is no prohibition and it can't hurt.
In follow-up, why does the RCC insist I pay money to be officially removed from their roles?
Let's talk "PERFECT MORALS." Why must I pay more than an simple admin fee to be "de-baptized?"
I was never given a choice. My non-Catholic father had no choice if he wanted to marry my mother. And the RCC got their money in the beginning, while I had no choice.
I believe I should only need to send a signed notarized letter expressing my wishes, perhaps with a stamped return envelope so the RCC could easily confirm.
I never elected to be RC. I do NOT want the Vatican to use me to inflate their numbers.
Stop using me RCC!!!!!!!!!!