Originally Posted by Tom
Out of curiosity, does DeYoung believe that this issue is a non-essential?
Tom

Tom, DeYoung did not mentioned women ordination nor roles in his article. His main point was that we conservatives sometimes make hot-topic, non-essential topics our sibboleths. His main point was to remain steadfast on the essentiasl, and not make non-essentials essential. Some he mentioned were communion (frequency, wine or no wine), schooling, mumber of services (one morning, one night, not two in morning). I'm sure am guilty of that from time to time, and I need to be more careful.

The article is in June's Tabletalk.

Last edited by John_C; Mon Jun 20, 2011 8:34 PM.

John Chaney

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