From my experiences over the years the brethren who propose or suggest that we just take the Bible for what it says, and then we would have agreement or unity are some of the least likely to do this. I have found that they are really saying that they want you to change your interpretations or viewpoints and accept theirs. They really don’t want to hear your side. This is evident in some of the party publications. Editors and writers will make such proposals, but try to get them to print or publish your views in their papers. Their response is that we are not going to give you any access or an avenue to publicize your errors. Continue reading
- Question 33.) If everyone would just put aside their preconceived ideas and take the Bible for what it is, would we be in agreement in everything?
- For Your Thought 50 — Power Brokers
- “Called to be saints”
- For Your Thought 49: Myths of the Churches of Christ
- Question 32. What is Christ’s attitude toward any individual or group of believers outside of our own group doing good in his name?
- Bibliolatry, Churchianity, And Religiosity
- For Your Thought – 48 (Two Quotes Relative To Two Citations)
- Question 31. Where in the Bible does it identify the New Testament writings in a strict sense with the word of God?
- Robert Richardson and “Reformation”
- Question 30. Where did we ever get the idea that we should take the safe course?