Lately, the Christian Post uploaded several articles on the late beloved Pastor Chuck Smith. The reception was ambivalent. Some people said he was chosen by God to lead them, while others claimed he was on the other side of that spectrum. It is clear that he intended to live a Christian life and affected many people's lives positively.
Which Christian denomination(s) recognize his organization, and which ones do not? Why?
What was his leadership style like, and what made it distinctive?
Which Christian denomination(s) is/are in conflict with his theology, and which one(s) is/are most in harmony?
How were his congregants' lives any different than other Protestants' lives?
Who was Chuck Smith, and what was his place in Christianity?