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Spectrum Magazine (SDA) Embraces Babylon [message #2195] Sat, 28 October 2017 17:54
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You have GOT to read this article ...

What "claims to the contrary" is the author writing of? And why not mention rapprochement efforts over the past fifty years between Lutherans, Catholics, and others? To say that "Rome has no more changed regarding this belief now than it did in 1520..." is misleading. ...

The doctrine of justification by faith itself calls us to a greater whole as we accept our new life in Christ. I assert that this greater whole includes worldwide Christendom; all branches of the faith. While our personal salvation is something deeply individual, we are nothing if not connected to others similarly devoted to following Christ. Yes, even those other Christians who do not worship with us on Sabbath. ...

Could we not find some strength in that which binds us even if we remain clear-eyed about our differences? How many divisions in Christianity must there be? How many divisions in Adventism must there be before we shift our propensity away from being combative and toward unity? This is particularly true for us now that we have GC leadership bent on "unity" of a certain sort. ...

Can we embrace the ministry of reconciliation? Can we break down the divisive lines that have become so pervasive among us?
Can we really accept Paul's teaching on justification by faith:

Link: n-faith

It is written:

Jeremiah 3:3  Therefore the showers have been withholden, and there hath been no latter rain; and thou hadst a whore's forehead, thou refusedst to be ashamed.

Truth is truth.

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