The only question worth asking

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  1. “”It doesn’t always work to just “do what the Bible says.” It’s not that simple.”” Yep. As a mainliner, we know that’s the main problem with evangelicalism….it just isn’t that simple. That’s why we also include tradition and reason, reflected upon within the community, in a formal way. And *that* is biblical, if someone really needs to go there. Acts 15.

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    1. So glad you brought up Acts 15. Also worth noting: the passage where Jesus gives the disciples authority to “bind and loose” (in effect, to work out the an appropriate rule of faith)—which is exactly what you see them doing in Acts 15.

      Thanks for sharing!

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