No Creed But Christ

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“I believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God” was the expected confession of early Christians, and they were to make good on that confession in their lives. Heresies would develop; it became very easy to insist on certain formulations of the faith in order to be seen as faithful and orthodox. Creeds and creedalism have defined “Christendom” for the better part of 1700 years; let us explore why we do better to insist on no creed but Christ.

No Creed But Christ

Another resource: A Study of Denominations: Creeds

No Creed But Christ
The Restoration Plea

 
 
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Undenominational Christianity

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Jesus did not come and die to create a fractured, denominated kaleidoscope of organizations. He came to save people from their sins. The path of Christ is not found in a denomination or an anti-denomination; we must transcend denominationalism entirely if we would become one with God and His people.

Undenominational Christianity

Undenominational Christianity
The Restoration Plea

 
 
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