All Posts Tagged: "Fuller Theological Seminary"

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As a result of a thorough study, Fuller Theological Seminary issued a statement endorsing the orthodoxy of the faith of the local churches and stating that critics of the ministry of Watchman Nee and Witness Lee had “greatly distorted their teachings.”

03/05/2014 affirmation, Fuller Theological Seminary, Howard Loewen, Living Stream Ministry, local churches, LSM, orthodoxy, Richard Mouw, Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen

This 2009 book contains a statement prepared by the LSM editorial section addressing key issues in dialogues with a panel of Fuller Theological Seminary professors regarding the Trinity, the Person of Christ, God’s full salvation, and the genuine ground of oneness. It also contains a copy of the Fuller panel’s conclusions from their study.

02/28/2009 affirmation, church ground, Confirmation of the Gospel, Fuller Theological Seminary, identification, lawsuits, litigation, Living Stream Ministry, LSM, oneness of the believers, salvation, Trinity, Triune God, two natures of Christ

This 2008 book contains statements from Hank Hanegraaff, President of Christian Research Institute; Gretchen Passantino, director of Answers in Action; and Fuller Theological Seminary that attest to the orthodoxy of the teaching and practice of the local churches.

11/30/2008 affirmation, AIA, Answers in Action, Christian Research Institute, CRI, Fuller Theological Seminary, Gretchen Passantino, Hank Hanegraaff, Howard Loewen, Richard Mouw, Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen

Although the local churches have always been willing to dialogue with responsible apologists and theologians, it was not until 2003 that this openness bore significant fruit. This article gives a brief history of the dialogues that have ensued since that time.

11/30/2008 affirmation, AIA, Answers in Action, Christian Research Institute, CRI, Elliot Miller, Fuller Theological Seminary, Gretchen Passantino, Hank Hanegraaff, Howard Loewen, Richard Mouw, Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, We Were Wrong

A letter written after the end of the case over the Encyclopedia of Cults and New Religions to those who do not meet with the local churches but who followed the case’s progress.

06/25/2007 AIA, Answers in Action, Christian Research Institute, Court of Appeals, CRI, ECNR, Encyclopedia of Cults and New Religions, Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, First Amendment, Fuller Theological Seminary, Harvest House, John Ankerberg, John Weldon, litigation, Texas Supreme Court, US Supreme Court

A letter written after the end of the case over the Encyclopedia of Cults and New Religions to the believers who meet in the local churches.

06/22/2007 AIA, Answers in Action, Christian Research Institute, Court of Appeals, CRI, ECNR, Encyclopedia of Cults and New Religions, Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, Fuller Theological Seminary, Harvest House, John Ankerberg, John Weldon, litigation, Texas Supreme Court, US Supreme Court

John Ankerberg and his attorney Shelby Sharpe both claimed that the local churches registered no objections to “The Local Church” chapter. This article shows that their claims are false and misleading.

10/23/2006 Christianity Today, ECNR, Encyclopedia of Cults and New Religions, Fuller Theological Seminary, Harvest House, hypocrisy, John Ankerberg, John Weldon