Mean, Clean Paulianity: The Nashville Statement

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So far I prefer the writers of the Nashville Statement

They just give a reasonable statement of "Here is what we believe" without any condemnation of those who disagree with them. You not only state your disagreement of what they say you belittle them as fellow humans who have as much right to believe what they believe as you do. Plus you show you absolutely nothing about historical classic Christianity in general or Methodism in particular--John Wesley often referred to Paul as the Great Apostle.

Betsy 18 days ago

I didn't see any belittlement

...of the Nashville Statement signers. I doubt John Wesley would find much in common with them, however.

George Nixon Shuler 15 days ago

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