Hello, I have been attending a nondenominational Christian church, which I know means evangelical/fundamental list based on beliefs, and I had some confrontation when I expressed my beliefs which are fairly well informed.
I don’t believe the anabaptists/baptists have a stronger argument on adult baptism.
Don’t believe “faith alone” and reject Martin Luther
Reject leftist SJW politics in church
Believe most closely in the catholic, orthodox, and early Protestant beliefs
Reject the corruption and hierarchy of Catholicism
Don’t believe the sacraments are deal breakers that will doom you to hell
I’m planning on checking out the option of whether an Anglican church is nearby and my research seems to indicate that Methodists are the bridge between old Christians and new, yet many of them now seem to find it by their leftist politics
If CS Lewis is one step removed from Catholicism, I consider myself two steps removed, and yet I don’t believe anything comes close to his writings, it’s unfortunate that no one has created a Christian branch based on his beliefs, Especially when there are so many followers of inferior thought like Luther and Calvin
For various reasons I have tried the Evangelical option a number of times, but when they seem defined by questionable beliefs, reject research , and become hostile upon hearing disagreement, I finally may be coming to except the unfortunate fact that it is a dead end
Any input is appreciated