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Old 10-04-2017, 08:12 AM   #17
aron
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Default Re: The Church in Sardis prefigures the Protestant Reformation?

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Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
Semper Reformanda!
Sorry, no 'semper' here. Reformation was valid until Nee broke bread, then no one can protest Nee (Lee, Blendeds &c).

Because you see, the age turned. Subsequent to Nee et al, protest was not good, but bad. Any protest, subsequent to Nee's establishment as Maximum Brother, was rebellion, an insidious attack by God's enemy.

You have to watch the timeline carefully in this recovery narrative. Because the rules change, over time.
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