8 thoughts on “A TEC liberal gets schooled”

  1. WOW! I thought my head was going to explode listening to this condescending woman. She’s convinced herself that it’s all about the dance (form). Yet when confronted with the word (substance), she recoils as if she’s crossed paths with a viper.

  2. The bishop told her plainly that the key was that they hold fast to the Word of God and the teachings of the apostles without changing them while making them relevant to, but not dictated by, the culture.

    What does she do? Immediately dismisses his statement by calling it “getting into that controversy” and characterizes the Reformation as a bunch of killjoys who forbid music in the church! I can hear Martin Luther clearing his throat now and reminding her of all the hymns he wrote which are still sung today! Just the facts, please, not the facts on the ground.

  3. Didn’t have a clue about the beliefs of the church before she came to Nigeria. Doesn’t have a clue now that shes there, and won’t have a clue what is important for church growth when she returns to Newark, LA or Long Island. Her revisionist training is complete and she doesn’t want to hear anything pertaining to belief in the received word of Christ.

  4. At my Anglo-Catholic parish in Dallas, we use our whole bodies to worship when we make the sign of the cross, smell the incense, genuflect to show reverence to the Body of Christ, bow our heads a bit at the name of Jesus being mentioned, hear the music, sing the hymns, stand, kneel in submission to God, etc., etc., etc. These repeated actions become ingrained and help us learn to take God into every aspect of our being.

    There are none so blind as he who will not see.

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