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Evangelical Michael Green Anglican Debate 39 Articles

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Have you ever thought how it is possible that in one church, you can have a vicar who believes Jesus rose from the dead literally, and another who don't? Yet, they preach from the same Bible, and both signed the same declaration of faith. In this video I explore this controversy by looking at the contributions of Michael Green (who passed away recently) and Hugh Montefiore. For more on Green's legacy see: https://www.anglicannews.org/news/2019/02/tributes-paid-following-the-death-of-former-church-of-england-evangelist-michael-green.aspx For more on Montefiore's legacy see: https://www.theguardian.com/news/2005/may/14/guardianobituaries.religion For more on my own academic work, see: http://winchester.academia.edu/FrederikMulder For my blog (started in 2010) see: https://resurrectionhope.blogspot.com/ This is a slightly revised version of a YouTube I did three days ago. I attempted to improve the sound.
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hetta37 (3 months ago)
True to postmodernism (what Green calls “the spirit of the age”) the liberals want to “re-“ everything. Re-invent, re-struct, and re-interpret as Green points out. Right from the start, what came up in my mind was the word “dishonest” and I was so glad to hear Green say exactly that round about the 12th minute. Thank you Ferdie for staying true to the Word of God and pointing out the heresies.
Frederik Mulder (3 months ago)
Thank you Dr. Henrietta Klaasing. You're an inspiration....
Arek Morrson (3 months ago)
Thats really interesting. People often ask, 'what kind of Christian are you?' I've always felt that it is at least meaningless, if not dangerously misleading, to say that I am part of the Church of England. Rather I need to clearly spell out that I rely on the death and resurrection of Jesus, like a helpless child, for the forgiveness of my rebellion against God and my inclusion in his eternal Kingdom. I don't think the Bible allows for us to leave these fundamental doctrines 'in their historical context' and if you are going to do that, you might as well just say you don't believe in them at all. The two diametrically opposed views co-existing in the same Church is really unhelpful for both sides, creating confusion for whoever they are trying to reach out to.
Frederik Mulder (3 months ago)
Perfectly said, thank you Arek. Thank you also for tolerating my broken English!

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