As regular readers know, I never understood why a lot of Christians believe that their denomination and their theology is the only correct theology/denomination, and everyone else isn't a real Christian. The more I study different theologies and denominations, the more I see truth in them all. In fact, they've all taught me different things about my faith.
From the Lutheran Church, I learned the structured mysticism of the liturgy.
From the Mennonite Church, I learned about being a peacemaker.
From the Quakers, I learned about being still and listening for that still small voice.
From the Calvinists (yes, you read right), I learned how God's grace prevails over my depravity.
I wonder what we could all learn from each other if we just listened.
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