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Aug 14, 2006


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Dana Ames

Michael, I think part of the problem for many, if not most, evangelicals is that they really don't know what historic orthodoxy is; orthodoxy has been replaced by bibliolatry among the most well-meaning folks.


Michael Kruse

Amen! I think you have nailed it. I did not grow up with a firm grounding the creeds and it was studying the creeds as a young adult that helped me make the link between the Church of today and the Chruch throughout the ages. It really helped me see that we are part of a "great cloud of witnesses."

Ted Gossard


Excellent point. Yes, they too are in this communion and conversation. Thanks.

Tony Myles

To listen is to gain.

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