Christianity Without Dogma

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The poet Robert Frost once said that writing free verse was like playing tennis without a net.  It’s the same for those who would like their Christianity to be free from dogma. Dogma, for those who have forgotten, are the doctrines that are specified as necessary to be believed. By their very nature, dogmas are i…

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Father Dwight Longenecker (21 Posts)


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