Two articles on Separation

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  1. Pastor Larry

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    Interesting article, the last paragraph illustrates the problems many who doctrinally would be considered fundamental are now facing.

    Separating from new-evangelicalism is easy, separating from people who claim to be fundamental and separatist because they have gone beyond the bounds of scripture in their definition of proper doctrines of separation can be more difficult.

    I am not certain what the overall state of the various fundamental separated movements is in the country as a whole, but I can tell you that the state of Michigan is a mess. Including the IFBA of M. While Dr. McCune's treatment of the subject is scholarly and has great historical reference, it does little to describe the proper handling for the current fractured mess that is American fundamentalism.

    I guess the question that is not being answered or addressed (ok, one of the questions) is "Where do we go from here"
     

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