Southern Baptist preachers responded to a survey about who they would rebaptize from other churches.
There was this statistic:
If the prospective new member had been immersed after conversion in a church that believes baptism is required for salvation, 13 percent of Southern Baptist pastors said they would not require baptism.
The research director expressed surprise:
“Finally, and I am guessing most surprising, one-eighth indicate their church would accept a baptism from churches that believe baptism is required for salvation, possibly including such churches as a Church of Christ,” he said.
So most Baptist preachers think NT Christians don’t understand the gospel. Eighty-seven percent of them would say we have a works-based religion, most likely.
The disagreement with them and their denomination is mutual. I would, however, hope the percentage would be higher among our preachers and brethren of not accepting Baptists without requiring them to submit to Biblical baptism which looks forward to receiving in the act the forgiveness of sins (Acts 22:16).