James D. G. Dunn’s liberalism; and Muslims who use his scholarship and writings.
I grew up going to a very liberal United Methodist Church. After the Lord converted me when I was sixteen year old, through the witness of some other Evangelicals; and I learned about what true faith and doctrine is from people that really believed in the OT and the NT, I went to talk to my liberal pastors over a period of several years. My mom did not want me to leave the Methodist Church, so I endured it for several years, but at the same time, read good books by evangelicals that sustained me while I waited to go to college and my mom promised that she would let me go to an Evangelical church after I graduated from high school. I did not enjoy the liberal church, it was spiritually dead and very dry; but I endured it out of respect for my mother. When I…
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