At 12:19 PM 11/30/98 -0700, John W Burgeson wrote:
>>> If by that you simply mean that they have a false teaching,
>but they can still come to a saving faith I would agree, but if you mean
>that their teaching in fact should be included within the definition of
>Christianity I would disagree there. >>
>I'm of two minds on this.
>Certainly we can agree on your first point.
>One might argue, as some have, that only "my" denomination has
>the correct teachings, and that all the others ought to be excluded. If
>you exclude Mormonism on this basis, how would you argue if I were
>to exclude you? Or you, me? I'm PCUSA; if you are anything else, I'm
>sure there are points where we differ, points which likely led to
>between our ancestors!
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