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The Baptist Church
The first Baptist congregations sects appeared at the start of the seventeenth century. As Baptists, they believed each person is responsible to make her or his own commitment of faith in God. Most Baptist churches do not have an age restriction on membership, but will not accept as a member a child that is too young to make a profession of faith.

Baptist churches are often regarded as an Evangelical Protestant denomination originating from the English Puritan movement. Many baptist churches function independently. The Baptists have no bishops or organization to place pastors in a field, they are chosen by the church. There are more than 300,000 baptist congregations.

When the baptist church began non-conformists faced much persecution, with the punishment for being a Baptist including imprisonment and drowning!