There is no explicit baptism of desire. Baptism of desire is always implicit.statement-I belevie and wish to be baptized.Webster's 1828 dictionary:
EXPLIC'IT, a. [L. explicitus, part of explico, to unfold.]
1. Literally, unfolded. Hence, plain in language; open to the understanding; clear, not obscure or ambiguous; express, not merely implied. An explicit proposition or declaration is that in which the words, in their common acceptation, express the true meaning of the person who utters them, and in which there is no ambiguity or disguise.
2. Plain; open; clear; unreserved; having no disguised meaning or reservation; applied to persons. He was explicit in his terms.
IMPLIC'IT, a. [L. implicitus, from implico, supra.]
1. Infolded; entangled; complicated.
In his woolly fleece
I cling implicit. [Little used.]
2. Implied; tacitly comprised; fairly to be understood, though not expressed in words; as an implicit contract or agreement.
3. Resting on another; trusting to the word or authority of another, without doubting or reserve, or without examining into the truth of the thing itself. Thus we give implicit credit or confidence to the declarations of a person of known veracity. We receive with implicit faith whatever God has clearly revealed
Conclusion-is explicit not better and clearer to those around the fewllo above that states
1, He beleives
2. wishes to be baptized
Implict may work with God, who knows the hearts and minds, but for those of us here, explicit is more assured understanding of what the fellow thinks