Congregations to move out of churches

Congregations to move out of churches

There are 4 comments on the Merced Sun-Star story from Mar 13, 2013, titled Congregations to move out of churches. In it, Merced Sun-Star reports that:

The Episcopal Diocese of San Joaquin was handed a small setback in court Wednesday, but it is quietly winning the legal battle against incorporated Anglican parishes that split from the national church in 2007.

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Listen to the Word

Kingman, AZ

#1 Mar 13, 2013
TEC has no plan but to dismantle itself and to "win legal battles" -- in the name of inclusiveness -- against those who believe what TEC historically has taught. TEC is a fulfillment of the Church in Laodicea to which Jesus said, "You say,'I am rich; I have acquired wealth, and do not need a thing.' But do you not realize that you are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind, and naked!"

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#2 Mar 14, 2013
Listen to the Word wrote:
TEC has no plan but to dismantle itself and to "win legal battles" -- in the name of inclusiveness -- against those who believe what TEC historically has taught. TEC is a fulfillment of the Church in Laodicea to which Jesus said, "You say,'I am rich; I have acquired wealth, and do not need a thing.' But do you not realize that you are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind, and naked!"
Sour grapes.
True Christian witness

Bartlesville, OK

#3 Mar 14, 2013
Religions have a track record of misapplication of Scripture to suit their understanding of the Bible.

The Scriptures in the book of Revelation, that were written to the seven congregations of true Christians in the first century, do not apply to Christendom's Churches today. Those seven congregations represent all the united congregations of Jehovah's witnesses, people who are dedicated to doing God's will, and are falling short and need correction.
Revelation 2:21-23

Christendom's Churches have never obeyed God's word, they only use it to appear righteous, Religion is just another money making business to them.

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#4 Mar 14, 2013
True Christian witness wrote:
Religions have a track record of misapplication of Scripture to suit their understanding of the Bible.
The Scriptures in the book of Revelation, that were written to the seven congregations of true Christians in the first century, do not apply to Christendom's Churches today. Those seven congregations represent all the united congregations of Jehovah's witnesses, people who are dedicated to doing God's will, and are falling short and need correction.
Revelation 2:21-23
Christendom's Churches have never obeyed God's word, they only use it to appear righteous, Religion is just another money making business to them.
Skewed, self-serving viewpoint.

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