Unformatted text preview: Next he smears the contents on Simba's forehead, just as one would do with Holy Water at a Baptism. Rafiki then proceeds to raise samba up and present him to the world just as a baptism symbolizes admission to the church. The other occasion would have to be when samba is called back to his baptism. The baboon requests that Simba come to the water to see his father. Once Simba finally see’s his father’s reflection, his father tells him “Simba, you have forgotten who you are, you are more than you have become, Remember who you are". This is a great example of reaffirmation of baptism vows....
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- Fall '14
- Christianity, Simba, Baptism, The Lion King, Rafiki grabs Simba