National Association of Evanagelicals

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  1. Salty

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  2. ReformedBaptist

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    If not, why so?
     
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    The main reason my church is not an NAE member is that not one of our pastors in the past 50 years has brought up the subject.

    A better reason, probably, is that we are busy enough with the partnerships we already have with our local Baptist Association, our Kentucky Baptist Convention and the SBC.
     
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    We aren't because we are already affiliated with the SBC and several other networks.

    From a historical perspective I understand why the NAE is around but fail to see how it helps evangelicals come together. Over the past fifteen years the association seems more interested in using its highly ambiguous numbers to push through a political agenda rather than advance the Kingdom of God.

    Just saying, everytime I heard their former "president" speak he always talked about his weekly conference call with the political heavyweights. I've never heard the NAE talk about their efforts to build God's Kingdom. Just an observation.
     

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