Luther and Calvin, etc. were at the beginning of the reformation process, not anywhere near the end. It goes on to this day, each generation renews it through the rebirth
I don't follow this line of reasoning. So basically if you're saying that each generation in the past was more and more error-filled (with each subsequent generation getting out the kinks) how can Reformation Protestantism not be flawed to the core? If the founders were flawed in their beliefs of course.
To: Conservative til I die
I don't follow this line of reasoning.
Here's a clue to my meaning. The church is the people born of God, his adopted children, not an institution or a building.
posted on 04/15/2003 3:25:42 PM PDT
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