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Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Michael Wrenn, Jun 15, 2012.

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  1. Baptist

    41.2%
  2. Primitive Baptist Universalist

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Nazarene

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    0.0%
  4. Methodist

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  5. Anglican

    5.9%
  6. Quaker

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  7. Mennonite

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  8. Catholic (EOC, Old Catholic)

    5.9%
  9. Mixed up

    23.5%
  10. None of the above

    23.5%
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  1. Michael Wrenn

    Michael Wrenn New Member

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    This thread was inspired by DHK and is just for fun, but I hope many will vote and participate. :)

    I have been advised to include a link to our website here; in your votes and posts, I hope you will not only take into account what you read there but also what I have posted on this forum:

    http://www.celtic-anabaptist-ministries.com
     
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  2. Winman

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    When I was a little boy, I attended a Methodist church with my parents. But since receiving Jesus as my Saviour when I was around 10-11 years old, I have attended Baptist churches only. I was saved in a Baptist church.
     
  3. Fred's Wife

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    He's (MW) definitely not Baptist....could be "Mixed Up", but I don't think so. So "None of the Above" will have to do on this poll.
     
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    I was saved at age 17 on May 18, 1963, and I've been a Baptist since then. A Baptist was the only person who ever asked me if I was saved when I was 16, although I had no idea what that meant and learned later.
     
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    I guess I'm just a plain ole Christian :tongue3:
     
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    I was saved and baptised in a Missionary Baptist church at age 7. I've been some variety of Baptist ever since except the last few months. So at the moment I'm a Baptist (still retain membership) who may become an Anglican with Baptist leanings and that makes me: Mixed up!
     
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    What am I? A born again believer that attends a baptist church.:smilewinkgrin:
     
  8. annsni

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    Your beliefs posted on that site clearly separate you from historic Baptists and orthodox Christianity.
     
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    May the Force be with you. I Ditto your response.
     
  10. Tom Butler

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    I think I messed up. I thought the question was, what am I? Michael was asking what we think HE is. I'm not exactly sure, but I think he's a Primitive Celtic Catholic
    Anabaptist.

    Now, I have no clue what a Primitive Catholic believes, nor do I know what the Celtic wrinkle is. Michael, your website doesn't tell me enough to make an informed guess. Would you explain further what what the Celtic influence is, and what a Primitive Catholic is?
     
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    What he should have listed was "heretic" as that is precisely what he is according to his own personal beliefs.
     
  13. Steadfast Fred

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    Hear! Hear!
     
  14. Fred's Wife

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    You must be reading my mind..:laugh:
     
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    Ooops

    Any of y'all ever voted in a poll without reading the thread? Happened to me once.
     
  16. Michael Wrenn

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    Clearly -- from neither.
     
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    I knew I could count on the three stooges, and I wasn't disappointed -- or was it four? :laugh:
     
  18. TadQueasy

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    I went for Mixed up since I did not see "Liar" listed.
     
  19. Steadfast Fred

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    You mean you have two friends who side with you?
     
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    I was wondering what EOC and Old Catholic denoted? I am old but I don't think that is relevant really.:laugh:
     
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