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In Canon 12, 13, 15, of the Council of Nice several good things are established with regard to baptism.
Athanasius, having become a man, teaches wholesome doctrine, not only with respect to baptism, but also in regard to other matters of religion.
Soon after him comes Marius Victorinus, who joins together faith, confession, and baptism.
Then appears Hilarius, who wrote very appropriately on baptism, and also opposes antichrist, images, and traditions.
Monica, the mother of Augustine, was baptized in adult years, though she was born of Christian parents.
In the Council of Neocesarea, the candidates for baptism, the baptizing of pregnant women, Christ's baptism, etc., were discussed.
Again sects appear, who were like the Baptists.
St. Martin was instructed from his twelfth to his eighteenth year, and then baptized. He strongly opposed war.
Ambrose was baptized in adult years, at Milan. though his parents were Christians. He advanced sound views on baptism, against war, of the sacraments, etc.
Ephrem, Gregory of Nyssa, the Councils of Laodicea and Elibertum, and also Optatus Milevitanus, give correct views on baptism.
Gregory of Nazianzus, born of Christian parents, was already in his twentieth year when he was baptized. Nectarius was baptized in adult years. Basil, the son of a Christian, and Eubulus, consulted together, and were baptized on their faith, at Jerusalem. Posthumanius made a glorious confession at his baptism. John Chrysostom was suffered by his parents, though they were Christians, to remain unbaptized, not receiving baptism until he was twenty-one years old. Also, his views respecting baptism; his teaching against war, confession, etc.