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Discussion in '2003 Archive' started by LadyEagle, Jun 5, 2003.
Are you sure he wasn't taken out of context?
I report, you decide!
IF the msnbc report is accurate, then the church was of course right to suspend him, since his teachings would be contrary to the Lutheran foundations of faith and doctrine.
Not to mention a few Christian doctrines.
MSNBC </font>[/QUOTE]It is interesting, but I don't see how it particularly affects Baptists, and I would think it more appropriate to the "Other Religions" forum (even though I think calling "Baptist faith" and "Lutheran faith" two distinct "religions" is unchristian and unbiblical (1 Cor. 1:12-13)).
I think it is important for Baptists to be aware of what is going on in other Mainstream Churches. They are our brothers and Sisters in Christ. On the basis of there personal acceptance of Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour.
Thanks, Ben, which is why I posted it here. I inform, you decide!
Perhaps this minister (and I use the term loosely) should reconsider his chosen profession..ya think?