Hugh Fulford Asks Why Liberals Remain in the Church

Hugh Fulford asks why liberals remain in the church

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  1. >They “read” the Bible in such a way as for all who profess faith in Christ (regardless of doctrine and practice) to be acceptable to God, and foolishly assert that all who believe in Jesus are already united in Him, in spite of their many obvious differences!

    In the effort to speak the truth boldly, I would suggest the Brother has given the virtue of humility the day off.

    The Lord *alone* fully knows men’s hearts. And Jesus has every authority he needs to add whomever he wishes to his family.

    We follow the Lord’s will as we can understand it from the Bible and our experience. Does anyone who truly calls themselves a Christian do otherwise?

    I will happily stump for our way of doing things, and generally disagree with “liberal” innovations. But God’s love is wider and deeper than human imagination; His justice is perfected in mercy, not spoiled by it.

  2. What is all this instrumental music hoopla? is there some verse I missed when I read the bible that forbids instrumental music?
    It sounds like Henry is really interested in creating a schism.

  3. My preacher said in a sermon one time, “Satan doesn’t divide the church on the big issues, he divides them on the issues that don’t matter.” If seems to me that all of Hugh Fulford’s arguments are on the little issues. My church worships a capella but it’s a personal preference. My church believes a woman can do anything besides be a senior pastor or an elder, but we still use mostly men during the service because of preference. My point is, the point progressive Christianity becomes dangerous is when feelings over take doctrine. (I thought being gay was a sin until I met a gay person….)

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