Talk:Q1743028

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Italian, Lombard and French article speaks about leaving a chrstian church. German and Nerderlandese article speask about leaving a christian church for the German-speaking countries. English and Spanish article speaks about leaving a religion. Have we to divide the element? --Sciking (talk) 21:44, 4 April 2016 (UTC)

What Sciking meant to say is that the articles in the Lombard, French, and Italian Wikis describe the act, the process, of making one's baptism void, of nullifying it, so to speak; whereas the linked articles in other Western European wikis (German, Dutch, English, and Spanish - Gosh only knows what the Wiki in Arabic says - pun intended) talk about apostasy, or the act of leaving one's Church. Leaving a religious affiliation and making one's baptism void are two different things: Muslims, for instance, are not baptized but they can still cease to be Muslims, it might be a rather costly decision, one might say, but they can still walk away from their Faith in Mohammed. To make a long story short: the interwiki links need to be corrected. Regards, --Mondschein (talk) 22:11, 4 April 2016 (UTC)