'Ello everyone! I became a Christian approximately three years ago. My parents are not Christians nor do they profess the faith in any way. However, when I was an infant I was baptized in the United Church of Canada. They did this presumably out of superstition or tradition, clearly not understanding the meaning. I also firmly hold to paedobaptism. Since I have come to the faith I have struggled with the legitimacy of my own baptism. As a child of unbelievers I had no right to receive the sign and seal of the covenant which had not been extended to me. This has been a grave issue on my conscious because of my pursuit of pastoral ministry and my ever-increasing involvement in my Church. As of now I have spoken with my Elders about the possibility of me being baptized. Am I wrong to think this way? Do I have valid grounds to doubt the legitimacy of my "baptism"? The issues seems to me not about whether I should be re-baptized, but finally be baptized. Thanks!