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How does this relate to Orthodox-Protestant dialogue?
Earlier this year, Ware lectured at North Park University and Wheaton College about what evangelicals could learn from the Orthodox and what the Orthodox could learn from evangelicals. Christianity Today editor in chief David Neff interviewed him during that visit.
Is that what they teach you at the temple volnutt-stein?
Rome doesn't care. Rome is actually very cool guy.
It's not sheep stealing if they truly think Orthodoxy is false and vice versa, is it?
Well, it wouldn't be sheep-stealing in the eyes of those who see Orthodox as non-Christians
QuoteWell, it wouldn't be sheep-stealing in the eyes of those who see Orthodox as non-ChristiansI did missionary work in Eastern Europe when I was a Baptist missionary (Hungary, Romania, Czech Republic, Russia) and I can tell you that most fundemental baptists (and other permutations of Protestant fundamentalism) think the Orthodox and Catholics and pretty much anyone else who do not use the "Sinner's Prayer" for salvation are not christians. We were trained that they were works for salvation only.So bishop Ware talking about Protestant sheep stealing is very accurate, because I took part in it.primuspilus
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