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Regardless of the varieties of belief, baptism is valid within this dispensation. The general consensus of
all Roman Catholics and most Protestants is that a baptism is valid if it is Trinitarian and properly administered. This means that you cannot baptize in Jesus' name only. And it means that someone who mockingly were to recite the baptismal formula while pouring water over another is not performing a valid baptism. It also means that while, say the Roman Catholic church, would technically say that I should not be doing baptisms (since I am ordained outside of their theological authority) nonetheless the baptisms I officiate are valid because they are properly administered and Trinitarian.