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How about the binitarian position that says Jesus always pre-existed with the God the father as his son, but divested himself of his divinity to become a man - just as we are - but without sin. Thus he is rightly called Lord & God, but NOT God the Father. The holy spirit is not the 3rd "person" of a trinune God, but simply the Spirit of the Father which ...


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The more liberal mainline denominations and progressive churches are much more likely to include Mormons as Christians since they typically do not make orthodoxy (right belief) the end all and be all. They believe orthopraxy (right living) trumps orthodoxy. They tend not to make acceptance of well-developed systematic theological conclusions as a litmus test ...


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Letter to a priest concerning the origin and status of the Moscow Patriarchate By Metropolitan Vitaly The following is extracted from a letter written by the Most Reverend Metropolitan Vitaly, President of the Synod of Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia. It was written to a priest who had circulated a letter calling for a rapprochement ...



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