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Usually Deist, but there are other less popular forms of Christianity that Orthodox and Heterodox folks would both probably label as heresy. For instance the "Paradox" Christians, who often cite Paul in Romans 7: “For I do not understand my own actions. For I do not do what I want, but I do the very thing I hate.” And those who practice ...


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The link to this official Jehovah’s Witness article How to Identify Real Christians (provided by Kris) is useful as the basis for exploring how Jehovah’s Witnesses view Christians from other denominations: https://www.jw.org/en/library/books/enjoy-life-forever/section-2/lesson-18/ At first glance the article appears non-contentious then asks: SOME PEOPLE SAY:...


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The in my opinion most appropriate definition of what constitutes a follower of Jesus Christ is simply this: D&C 41:5 5 He that receiveth my law and doeth it, the same is my disciple; and he that saith he receiveth it and doeth it not, the same is not my disciple see also Disciple Regarding other churches, this quote by Gordon B. Hinckley sums it up ...


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Jehovah's Witnesses consider themselves to be the true and only organization to bring about salvation. They consider the rest of Christianity to be false, the main reason for this, and the main distinguishing factor is, Jehovah's Witnesses reject the Trinity (most Christian denominations accept). Their criteria to get to heaven is to be a member in good ...


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