Filed Under (Sharon Nichols) by Sharon Nichols on 08-08-2012
Love him or hate him, on July 28, 2012 Glenn Beck hosted something all Christians would say was wonderful. I had the pleasure of attending his “Restoring Love” event on Saturday July 28th and I am so glad I did.
This event has not been widely broadcast on TV but I sure wish it had been. Biased politics and media, along with too much of a “PC” attitude, prevented this event from airing on local and national TV, which is a crying shame.
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Filed Under (Author, Dee Dee Warren) by dee dee on 25-06-2005
As you may know, I am one of the owners of the TheologyWeb forum. I have been saying for quite some time now that the hyperpreterists are sounding more and more like Mormons every day. For example, check out this blog discussion.
We have a vocal Mormon apologist on TheologyWeb who just posted this question.
How does one define “Christianity”? Is it Catholicism, Baptist doctrine, Pentecostalism, Evangelicalism, etc? Evangelicals have also strayed from traditional historic Christianity in numerous ways. But they are now considered Christians; even though they were also deemed “cults” by the orthodox Christians. The irony and humor comes into play when we realize that the former “cult” which include Protestant Christians, are the ones leading the march against all other “deviant” forms of Christianity. At what point can one “deviate” and no longer be called a Christian?
Who gets to decide when exactly that line has been crossed? And why?
Boy that sounds familiar. I have zero idea what the author’s position is on hyperpreterism (there are Mormon preterists , or at least preteristic advocates BTW) - so my use of his quote is not to imply his support. However, if I did not note that this was a Mormon apologist, it could be substituted into the typical hyperpreterist arsenal.