Would you use solid materials in ministry authored by someone who went astray, was disgraced, etc.?

It is hard to determine an objective standard, sometimes yes and sometimes no, based upon projected impact.
55% (11 votes)
You get rid of everything, and don't even quote these people who are off target.
5% (1 vote)
You include only books, lessons, etc., that are solid, but not those contrary to your (or church) beliefs, perhaps w/a caveat.
10% (2 votes)
If it is moral failure or huge heresy, you trash things, but not secondary matters.
15% (3 votes)
15% (3 votes)
Total votes: 20
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How Deeply Should We Separate from Hillsong?

I think Hillsong is nothing short of heretical, and we need to even separate from songs they have written.
24% (6 votes)
I think Hillsong is heretical, but we can still use their music with a clear conscience, based upon the content itself.
8% (2 votes)
I think Hillsong is in serious error but would not call it heresy, but we should avoid their songs.
8% (2 votes)
I think Hillsong is in serious error but we can selectively use their songs.
36% (9 votes)
I think their status is changing and they are on a downward slide; right now, we must keep our eyes open.
4% (1 vote)
I think Hillsong is generally okay, although I disagree with them on some points.
0% (0 votes)
Hillsong is fine by me.
0% (0 votes)
Other or none of the above.
20% (5 votes)
Total votes: 25
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Anyone ever hear of "Service of Friendship Mission?"

A woman from our church had some free literature from "Service of Friendship Mission."  The gospel presentation seemed solid, but I went online and the meager website offers no doctrinal statement and does not appear to belong to any mission organization.

They are headquartered in Switzerland.  Although the gospel presentation is solid, I am suspicious of any church or organization that doesn't offer a doctrinal statement.


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