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Poll on churches

Discussion in '2000-02 Archive' started by massdak, Dec 10, 2002.

  1. massdak

    massdak Active Member
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    This is a poll regarding liberal churches
     
  2. Baptist Believer

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    It always helps to define your terms. What is a "liberal church"?
     
  3. Johnv

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    You forgot the questions:

    "Should any church that is not as conservative as yours be considered a liberal church"

    "Is being right wing the only acceptible option for the Christian"?

    "Are those who are not members of the Republican Party categorically unworthy of being members of society?"
     
  4. Sherrie

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    I always get that confused? Am I liberal or what? Don't go on my profile go on what you hear me say.

    Sherrie
     
  5. massdak

    massdak Active Member
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    thanks everyone for the poll information. i am concerned that the liberal view is as much as it is.
    i call on all liberal teachers and preachers to resign and leave their office
     
  6. mark

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    Another question... can a person be saved from the teaching in a liberal church. I am a conservative, but I think the answer is yes.
     
  7. massdak

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    the liberal view is pretty easy to spot, most people know the difference. any type of view that is out of the realm of good fundamental doctrine is liberal.
    liberal religionist usually are socially liberal and vote democrat. they say they are against abortion yet support a women's right to choose.
    liberal religionist, are weak on good doctrine and support unbiblical lifestyles as if it was not sin at all. liberal religionist can range from universalistic to semi conservative beliefs toward salvation. liberal religionist in my view display all the pharisaical examples of unregenerate religionist in modern times
     
  8. massdak

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    i think that would depend if the liberal church was giving the true gospel or not.

    yes if the teaching of the true gospel is presented. i think it is rare for that to happen
     
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