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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by Salty, Jun 23, 2013.

  1. Salty

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    Found this in the archives - great question:

    Where would you pastors draw the line on visiting other churchs to preach or sing, etc.. Would they have to line up exactly with your church's(denominations) beliefs?
    The reason I ask is a friend of mine asked me if I would play guitar on a saturday at his church which is seventh day adventist.
    I'm not real familiar with thier beliefs.
     
  2. pk4life

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    I don't perceive it as a great question, because it places too much responsibility on a pastor.

    This looks like a personal choice; not something the pastor has to endorse or not, such as promoting an event from the pulpit.

    "What does the Bible say about worshiping with other faiths?"

    "What kind of beliefs to Seventh Day Adventists hold?"

    Those questions can help someone make their personal choice.

    My previous pastor refused to promote events at the church I attend now. It's all over the board where pastors draw the line.
     
  3. sag38

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    Check out what they really believe and I doubt you would want to worship with them.
     

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