John Calvin says in his Antidote to the Council of Trent 1.5,
We assert that the whole guilt of sin is taken away in baptism, so that the remains of sin still existing are not imputed. That this may be more clear, let my readers call to mind that there is a twofold grace in baptism, for therein both remission of sins and regeneration are offered to us. We teach that full remission is made, but that regeneration is only begun and goes on making progress during the whole of life.
Anglican ‘Calvinists’: ‘Sorry, that’s Anglo-catholicism.’