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Discussion in '2005 Archive' started by Paul33, Apr 4, 2005.
As an independent Baptist I would fellowship with these non-Baptist organizations:
When I was an Independent Baptist I fellowshipped with many of these places. It didn't make me too popular...but, then I'm not one to try to do the popular thing. As a SBC church member, I still fellwoship with many IFB churches, Evangelical Free and Free Methodists, etc. I don't believe that Baptists are the only ones who have a handle on God's Word or salvation.
RE: "I don't believe that Baptists are the only ones who have a handle on God's Word or salvation."
As an Independent Baptist I don't believe that we are the only ones who have a handle on God's Word or salvation. I have friends who are other denominations but I just feel that I have more in common with those who believe the way that I do.
I just took the poll. The problem is I have not heard of some of the colleges or organizations listed so I could not say "yes" or "no".
Can't really answer. Some of the individuals I could fellowship with personally as brothers, but couldn't lead my church to formally fellowship with theirs.
I will fellowship with any one who wishes to fellowship with me.
I dont let Denominations be a boundary of who I am to fellowship with and I seriously doubt that is what Jesus would want us to do.
Not really sure I could "fellowship with" an organization. But I could "fellowship with" an individual.
I would not worship with most on the list for I firmly believe one can only walk with they who are of like-minded faith and practice. Can two walk together except they be agreed?
In HIS service;
Interesting that more people said yes to IFCA than Grace Seminary. Don't the two line up?
Isn't Grace a ministry of MacArthur's church while MacArthur is probably the best known member of IFCA?
Grace Seminary is Grace Brethren. Winona Lake, IN
Historic ifb'ers have felt comfortable in loose fellowship with other fundamentalist of churches or para-church ministries.
Since the 1950's most ifb'ers would NOT have much formal cooperation with those on the list.
Hmm, you might want to re-think this. We will all worship together one day, denominational differences and hair-splitting aside, when the redeemed of the Lord are present with Christ in glory. What a worship service that will be!