The phrase to watch out for is “believer’s baptism” It all began with the theological entropy inherent in the 16th century German rebellion. The doors were thrown wide open. Then, with the passage of time, any and almost all beliefs have crept in.
That rebellion has proved to be little more than an assault on the Sacraments.
Baptism: It’s just an ordinance to follow, if it’s needed at all. Faith alone!
Confirmation/Chrismation? Are you kidding me? That all stopped in the Book of Acts!
The Holy Eucharist: Open to debate. Real/Symbolic? Not needed at all?
Confession: Too embarrassing! Jesus already paid the price, so we are home free!
Matrimony: Well, divorce is really handy, And, don’t same sex couples need recognition?
Holy Orders: We don’t need no stinkin’ Holy Orders!
Anointing/Extreme Unction: Nah! Just pray for healing - oil has nothing to do with it!
The truly odd thing is that those who absolutely deny that works have any merit then go on to believe that following this “ordinance” of Christ is necessary - apparently ignoring the fact that submitting to baptism is a work. Yet, their cousins in the other denominations have discarded even Baptism, relying on faith alone. Never mind what Jesus said in Mark 16:!6. Or in Matthew 7:21-23.
All of this is quite distressing, as the sign of falsity in Jesus’s trial was that the testimony of those against Him did not agree.
Today, it is the testimony of Christians which does not agree.
The evil one is ultimately defeated, but his influence has advanced far into the fractured Body of Christ.