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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by Jerome, Sep 8, 2014.
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Sounds good to me. I am grateful for the impact that Dr. Graham has had over the decades of my life.
Tell me more about Evangelical Anglicanism.
From the link:
Inclusion + We affirm a re-emerging scriptural tradition that instructs us that God’s table must be open to all the People of God. We practice inclusion of all expressions of God’s creation: race, sex, gender identity, age, culture, sexual orientation and faith journey.
I wonder if those were included when he started out though.
I was raised Lutheran. It does not seem that long ago that it would have been unimaginable that some of the American denominations could have a similar positions.
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Found in the theology of someone like J.I. Packer
Too bad Dr Graham would be willing to disregard the truth of Baptist doctrines/practices for ones such as Church of england supports!
Basically, modern expressions of a church that teaches heresy now!
Ouch. I am assuming that they mean "full inclusion" rather than our doors are open to you who wish to seek to conquer sin and temptation in their lives.
I wonder too Ann. I am sure Dr. Graham would not deny anyone the opportunity to come and "fight the good fight" of dealing with the sin and temptations in their lives. However, I do not think he would endorse a complete inclusion to just sin without acknowledgement and the desire to be obedient.
I would bet that Dr. Graham does not endorse or share what your "vision" of his position precisely is.
I don't know what you mean by this. I know little to nothing of JI Packer.
They would be upholding the reliability of the scriptures as written/inpiried revealtion from God to us, agree with Trinity, saved by Grace/faith alone, and would be refomed in salvation, and probably A mil in end times scenerios...
Botherspme area would be in holding to infant naptism...
OK, I am "lost" here, but that is OK.
They would see the Bible as inspired/infallable word of God to us, agree with Trinity, and saved by grace alone/faith alone, but also hold to infant Baptism, and having a church leadership more like bishops a RCC/Lutheryns do...
Sorry folks, 'evangelical Anglican' in the OP is not referring to some obscure sect that Salty googled. As Yeshua1 is explaining, it's Anglicans who are evangelical (low church).
Is there a better website?