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374510. Shireen said in August 2nd, 2018

My reflection:
1) Both men believe in salvation through Jesus Christ, therefore they are Brothers in Christ.
2) Both men are members of the Seventh-day Adventist church (following its beliefs and expectations as stated in the church manual), therefore they are Brothers in Christ.
3) Despite differences in what each man fights for, they are Brothers in Christ, in fellowship under the blood of Christ. They simply emphasize different issues and causes.
4) As the church increases in size there will be a multitude of reasons to not call someone a Brother in Christ. Is this a sensible approach, the best use of energy in working for change?
5) If a child reads occult books against their mother’s wish, but with their father’s blessing, does that make the mother a spiritualist? Ted Wilson has limited authority and cannot change anything and everything he wants in the church.
6) Daniel, I’m hoping that you can continue your fight for the sanctity of life and call Ted Wilson your Brother in Christ. How could you refocus your energy? Is there a process that could be followed e.g. a vote at the 2020 GC session?

374755. daniel said in August 3rd, 2018

1. One supports the death of Christ,
one doesn’t.
Matthew 12:50 For whosoever shall do the will of my Father which is in heaven, the same is my brother, and sister, and mother.
Ted Wilson is currently doing the will of Satan. It’s not just a mistake in judgment, it is open support for killing Jesus.
He is not my Brother.
I would be happy to bring this to a vote to erase this terrible stain God’s remnant church. Like I mentioned in the post, I’ve asked Mr. Wilson twice to do something to remove this stain, and both times he just referred me to the Official Guidelines on Abortion.

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