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Traditional Theology Census

Discussion in 'Traditional Theology' started by Tallguy88, Jan 14, 2015.

  1. Fenwick

    Fenwick Non Nisi Te Domine

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    Glad to see you all here, Kaonashi, Laura, kiwimac, Steve, Patrick, Catherineanne, and Firedragon! :thumbsup:
     
  2. MoreCoffee

    MoreCoffee Repentance works.

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    I wonder if the change to the new server software will also produce some exiles ... probably not but who can say?
     
  3. E.C.

    E.C. Well-Known Member

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    Hardly☺

    The changes in 2007 were administrative not technical but caused chaos. The original site owner sold the place and left. He learned that direct democracy does not work in the Internet when it comes to rule making and moderator appointing.
     
  4. TheBarrd

    TheBarrd Teller of tales, writer of poems, singer of songs

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    Raised Episcopalian, currently unaffiliated with any denomination.
    Very passionate about my faith...
     
  5. MarkRohfrietsch

    MarkRohfrietsch Unapologetic Apologist Supporter

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    :wave:
     
  6. Sean611

    Sean611 Lutheran (LCMS)

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    Currently: Baptized and Confirmed Anglican in the Episcopal Church.
     
  7. thecolorsblend

    thecolorsblend If God is your Father, who is your Mother?

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    Church of Christ until age 18, at which time I emancipated myself.

    Southern Baptist for seven years.

    ACNA for one year.

    Roman Catholic now with a fair number of traditionalist sympathies.
     
  8. WirSindBettler

    WirSindBettler Hoc Est Verum

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    WirSindBettler - Lutheran (LCMS) with Puritan sympathies.
     
  9. Korah

    Korah Anglican Lutheran Supporter

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    Restless ELCA (but nowhere else to go as I'm too anti-liberal and anti-conservative) Lutheran since 2004, left RC for Episcopalian 1992-2004, still retain Baptism in the Spirit from 1977, Roman Catholic 1969-92, variously Methodist and Seeker before that. Dale Adams
     
  10. mark46

    mark46 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Catholic and Anglican

    I attend both churches irregularly
     
  11. thecolorsblend

    thecolorsblend If God is your Father, who is your Mother?

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    thecolorsblend, Catholic, Roman Rite. Still possessed of a strong affection for the Anglican liturgy... but not strong enough to actually be Anglican.
     
  12. Open Heart

    Open Heart Well-Known Member

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    Have you thought of attending an Anglican Mass in the Catholic church?
     
  13. thecolorsblend

    thecolorsblend If God is your Father, who is your Mother?

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    The only Anglican Use parish in town that I know about is pretty far away from here and tucked away in the rich part of town. I attended Mass there once when I was in RCIA and loved it but it's just not practical.
     
  14. mark46

    mark46 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    After reading this entire awesome thread, I decided to expand my comments. I am a Catholic with Eastern Orthodox leanings.

    SOME HISTORY
    I am a Jew.
    I studied some world and medieval philosophy at Berkeley.
    I became a Southern Baptist about 30 years ago, after much seeking and study with a Zoroastrian buddy.
    I taught in the Baptist church and in a non-denominational pentecostal church.
    I complete my faith by being confirmed in the RCC 30 years ago (Jews don't convert into the RCC).
    I taught in the RCC and was on the pastoral team in a Catholic Charismatic (and ecumenical) prayer group.
    Upon retirement, I attended the RCC less often, and my family is also a member of the Anglican church, where I have taught.
    I expect to become active again in a local Catholic Charismatic prayer group.
     
  15. Open Heart

    Open Heart Well-Known Member

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    Shalom Mark. You are a really interesting fellow! I am also a Jew and a Catholic. Do you still keep any Jewish traditions?
     
  16. mark46

    mark46 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I do not.
     
  17. SinnerInTheHands

    SinnerInTheHands Troubled Christian

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    I'm a baby-sprinkling, psalm-singing, sabbatarian, post-trib/pre-mil, confessional, fundamentalist Covenanter Presbyterian.
     
  18. Tangible

    Tangible Decision Theology = Ex Opere Operato

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    Married
    Confessional Lutheran worshiping in an LCMS church that is not always quite catholic enough for my tastes. Raised Baptist, moved to non-denominational Evangelicalism, now Lutheran.

    I just discovered this forum btw. I had previously thought it did not include Lutherans.
     
  19. MarkRohfrietsch

    MarkRohfrietsch Unapologetic Apologist Supporter

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    Traditional theology always did; remember the Round Table? This is what it has become. More recently, because of the nature of TT we approached those who posted in the Apostolic Churches form to see if they would be interested in moving in with TT; and it was unanomous, they did.

    So, here we are!

    We knew that you would eventually join us!

    Mark
     
  20. Tangible

    Tangible Decision Theology = Ex Opere Operato

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    /makes himself at home

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