Evidently not, considering that my Church survived that, and is considered the 
mainline Christian church in Canada. Interestingly, some denominations rebelled 
and made affirmative statements about Jesus' divinity, which I would point out 
is an example of church members actively defying the authority from on top and 
not being disciplined. Gosh, people were allowed to think for themselves!

Let me put it this way: you say that a belief that the Earth is flat would be 
considered at the very least ignorant. So why are the most generalized 
statements about religion as a whole tolerated and not  acknowledged as 

--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, mike brown <uerusub...@...> wrote:
> DP,
> Whoa! Steady on there, Tiger. You may have missed I put a smiley face 
> (something 
> I'm usually loathe to do) at the end of the sentence to indicate nothing 
> snidey 
> was intended. Having said that, if your previous Moderator and your church 
> don't 
> believe that Jesus was the son of God, then doesn't that not only put you 
> outside of the mainstream, but outside of Christianity full-stop? 
> Mike


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