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Re: Non-Pauline Christians

Posted by floatingbridge on August 5, 2011, at 19:16:42

In reply to Re: Non-Pauline Christians, posted by hyperfocus on July 23, 2011, at 10:37:55

During my kid's swim class, there was a very lovely group of folks in the water as well. Mixed age.

It turns out they were a visiting church group from out of our area. I fell to talking with one of the gentlemen. They were Baptist, sort of, which personally made me shudder initially because of personal experience with family members who had converted to particular Baptist sects. However, we had a great discussion.

He did smile when I mentioned non-Pauline Christians, and then we launched into a great discussion. Particularly about the weight given repentance and what repentance is.

Anyways, he recommended this book, which I found used at
amazon. I think this is a popular author; I hope I am not aggravated by it. I appreciated his dogged fielding of my dogged questioning.




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