Hello, My aunt traces her conversion to age 14 after a summer of religious instruction by the Methodist church. At the end of that summer she was baptized by immersion after she professed her faith. Now she wants to join a local independent, fundamental baptist church. They have stated that they believe the Methodists are not a true New Testament church and therefore would require a "true baptism" (baptized again...this time for real) prior to granting her church membership. This church would accept the baptism of other baptists, baptistic or evangelical churches, but reject baptisms done by the Church of Christ due to their error of baptismal regeneration and they reject baptisms by Methodists due to their error of believing that one can fall from grace. What are your thoughts?