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Has Trump professed Christ?

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    #76
    Hey, William, does your new OPC avatar indicate that you attend an OPC church?
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      #77
      Originally posted by Eric T. View Post
      Hey, William, does your new OPC avatar indicate that you attend an OPC church?
      Hi Eric,

      Yes, I attend the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in San Jose California.

      Which church do you attend?

      God bless,
      William
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        #78
        Originally posted by William View Post
        Which church do you attend?
        My wife, son and I attend a Wesleyan church. Although I am a reformed credobaptist by conviction, our church is quite conservative and evangelical, so I find much common ground with them. Ken Samples, who is someone I admire, likes to focus on what we as Christians hold in common. I find that to be a wise and helpful approach and I try to do it as much as possible.
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          #79
          Originally posted by Eric T. View Post
          Hi Sue D., I wasn't using orthodox in the sense of Eastern Orthodox or Orthodox Judaism, (i.e., big "O") but in the more general, uncapitalized, "right belief" sense, as William was explaining. Apostolic, historic Christianity would, by definition, be orthodox. The prosperity gospel teachers in Mr. Trump's list of advisors are known for preaching an unbiblical, unorthodox gospel.

          By the way, if you believe our God is Triune, and you think Unitarianism is false and the difference is important, than I would say that you have been thinking in terms of orthodox, even if you weren't using the term.

          The prosperity gospel isn't sound teaching.

          Yes, God is Triune -- and having looked up Unitarianism -- it is false. And the differences Are important.

          God the Father, Jesus Christ His Son and the Holy Spirit.

          The Unitarian belief regarding Jesus Christ is not Scriptural.

          Okay then I'm orthodox.
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