Re: Concordist sequence--why be a concordist?

From: Terry M. Gray (
Date: Fri Jun 27 2003 - 00:01:46 EDT

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    Howard Van Till wrote:
    >While I know practically nothing about "the Enthusiasts" as a particular
    >historical movement, I presume this can also refer to the claim of any
    >individual (or closely knit community) to have had some privileged
    >experience of the Sacred (God, if you prefer).


    Is "the Sacred" personal? Can a human being have a personal
    relationship with "the Sacred"?

    Just exploring your choice of words here.


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