This is a spin off on the removing of Baptist from the church name thread. I am reading the founder of Voice of the Martyr's biography (Richard Wurmbrand), and the persecution he went through is unreal. He also had to hide his identity as a Christian in Romania to begin and grow the underground church there. It seems like some here would have accused him of not relying on the Holy Spirt in doing so, since he was hiding his true identity to the secret police. Some even joined the secret police in order to warn those meeting in the underground church, pretending to be persecutors. Some pastors of the state run communist church pretended to hold to that doctrine so they could secretly meet with people one on one, lead them to Christ, and point them to the underground church. When is it permissible to hide your identity? When is it time to be bold, and time to run and hide to further the Gospel? I'm taking it from reading some posts here it is never permissible.