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23 hours ago, heartstrings said:

I can, from past experience, say with 99.9% certainty that the administrators of this site do NOT hold to the "Baptist Brider" false doctrine.

Correct, we officially do not hold to the Baptist Brider position, however, some members do hold to that position.

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No "Brider" here.

That reminds me of the joke... Peter leading the new arrivals in heaven past a door and telling them to be very quiet as they pass by. Its full of Baptists and they think they're the

only ones here.

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11 hours ago, 1Timothy115 said:

No "Brider" here.

That reminds me of the joke... Peter leading the new arrivals in heaven past a door and telling them to be very quiet as they pass by. Its full of Baptists and they think they're the

only ones here.

When I was in the Brethren that joke was spoken about them  Likewise someone I knew who was a Strict Baptist said also it was spoken about them.

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3 hours ago, Invicta said:

When I was in the Brethren that joke was spoken about them  Likewise someone I knew who was a Strict Baptist said also it was spoken about them.

Yep, I've heard many different churches referred to in the telling. 

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I have Pentecostal, "Full Gospel" and COGIC friends, who I believe are as saved as I am. We have played music at a Methodist church, on Saturday nights, in which the pastor took a break in the middle of the 'gig' to preach a Gospel message on salvation by grace through faith with power and conviction. I do believe the Baptist set of doctrines to be the most Biblical, especially fundamental Baptists, but I don't see how any Baptist could be a "Baptist brider".

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15 hours ago, heartstrings said:

I have Pentecostal, "Full Gospel" and COGIC friends, who I believe are as saved as I am. We have played music at a Methodist church, on Saturday nights, in which the pastor took a break in the middle of the 'gig' to preach a Gospel message on salvation by grace through faith with power and conviction. I do believe the Baptist set of doctrines to be the most Biblical, especially fundamental Baptists, but I don't see how any Baptist could be a "Baptist brider".

Yes, I just can't imagine folks like John Wesley, George Fox, George Whitefield, John Huss, William Tyndale, etc. etc. waiting on tables of Jerry Falwell, Billy Graham, Pat Robertson, John Piper, Jimmy Carter, etc. etc.

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