Diabolical rebaptism

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Diabolical rebaptism refers to the rebaptism of an individual in the name of the devil. It was a common accusation made against the accused at witch trials, but seems to have been essentially the invention of demonologists.[1]


  1. ^ Eradicating the Devil's Minions: Anabaptists and Witches in Reformation Europe, 1535-1600, Gary K. Waite, University of Toronto 2007, p. 100 - [1]

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