The sacraments commanded by Jesus (holy supper and baptism) they can be considered in conformity with the Scriptures and therefore practiced without problems in all Christian churches? Thank you, Antonio
sure, indeed they must! However, I would like to point out that the word sacrament does not have the meaning given to it by the Catholic catechism: the sacrament is only an external rite through which grace cannot be granted, which is granted by God only through faith. Baptism alone does not save, it takes faith and conversion, without faith we can do all the baptisms we want but we will not go to heaven. Having said this, not only baptism and holy supper can be celebrated in churches, but also weddings, confirmations (if you have received baptism as a child), funerals and all other rites where the blessing of the Lord is invoked.