Graham Kings: Mercedes-Benz and Evangelicals in the Church of England?

Posted by Kendall Harmon

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Posted June 25, 2007 at 2:46 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. BabyBlue wrote:

Hmmm ... anyone remember Gray Temple? 

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June 25, 5:54 pm | [comment link]
2. Deja Vu wrote:

What I like about this is that he talks about both boundaries and the core, the center. And distinguishes between the three types of evangelicals in England today.
He gives good examples of the extremes that are no longer within the bounds of the evangelical center as:
extreme conservative evangelicals who are ‘six-day creationists’
extreme open evangelicals who see no problem with gay people who are in sexual relationships being consecrated as bishops
extreme charismatics who downplay the medical profession and see demon possession everywhere

June 25, 11:33 pm | [comment link]
3. azusa wrote:

False comparisons. Six day creationists were for most of history considered orthodox Christians (and a geological/biological theory can’t be raised to the level of a doctrine). Pro-homosexuality and rejection of medicine never has been part of orthodox Christianity. WO (championed by ‘Fulcrum’ and its principal defining mark) was rejected by almost all self-described evangelicals until about 30 years ago.

June 26, 12:26 am | [comment link]
4. evan miller wrote:

#3
Well said.

June 26, 11:04 am | [comment link]
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