The Swinging Pendulum of Biblical Christianity -
March 1st, 2012, 04:10 PM
Hi Everyone, this is my first post, so no doubt I am asking for a discussion hacked over a million times. So here it is: I became a Christian through a fundamentalist mission organization back in Ireland. Nearly thirty years on, I am still tryign to get to grips with what a Biblical experience really is. I know that is must be trinitarian, christocentric, wholistic (my brandd is a modified calvinism) and deeply relational. But here is the rub - most churches or denominations tend to come down on one of these to the detriment of the others. Why do we do that? Or is there even such a thing as "a" theological/biblical sociological world view that covers all the basis?