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NACC: No Heresy Too Great: Take a Stand – Actions


1 – All who carry the title “United Church” as part of the name for their congregation; all who have retained UCC membership over this past half century; all who stood with their denomination after its so-called “Christian” testimony on same-sex marriage before the Supreme Court, bear responsibility for the denomination’s apostate conduct and the negative impact the UCC witness has had on the course of Canadian governance and society.  From here forward there appears to be only three possible courses of action among the stakeholders involved:

(1)  Status Quo:  Reformers will carry-on much as before, paying their denominational dues, voicing consternation primarily amongst themselves, turning minority orthodox position in an apostate denomination into a lifelong burden and socializing mechanism.  The extent of their disillusionment and falling membership will drive them to lobby people, who know they should leave, to remain.  These once ardent, articulate and youthful evangelicals have said it all a dozen times to their liberal-minded associates; they now risk the fate of being historically cast as believers who voluntarily endured all measure of heresy, not for the sake of authentic Gospel witness, but for some selfish sense of denominational loyalty.  Their initially virtuous cause (thirty years ago), is eclipsed by the reality that no victories were won and, more important, no heresy seemed quite enough to separate them from a UCC pew.  The majority in the UCC will continue to be civil, but generally ignore the “Reformers,” never yielding in their religious pursuit of liberalism.  Those in positions of power within the UCC will continue to use their quote: “largest Protestant Christian denomination” claim to influence society and Canadian Christendom to embrace homosexism.   Outside the UCC, orthodox and liberal believers will continue to associate and fellowship with the denomination as if it holds a rightful place within God’s kingdom.  The Evangelical Fellowship will continue to flounder in policy towards the United Church.  The influence of authentic Christianity in Canada will continue in decline.  The country will continue further away from God and away from blessing.

(2)  Integration:  Reformers will remain within the denomination and continue to mask more than expose the true nature of the UCC.  The public onlooker will always be confused by double-minded messages – “Yes, the denomination is apostate; however, not enough that we wish to leave.”  “Yes, the denomination is apostate; however, ‘our’ United Church is not.”  Paradoxically, a denomination that claims to be “inclusive” enough to hold both liberal and evangelical is more marketable than one devoid of orthodox members.  A cult or counterfeit church seeks to look authentic.  Ironically, reformers within the denomination help this cause, unless they are subversive - picketing head office or totally disrupting the liberal agenda, which has never been the case.  In Integration the UCC is not inhibited in pursuing its liberal ecumenical ideology within Christendom.  Other denominations and the Catholic Church continue to listen to their liberal dogma and agenda.  The UCC succeeds in its strategic goals while the Reformers decline in numbers mostly through natural causes.  The Evangelical Fellowship will continue to have no official policy towards the United Church.  The influence of authentic Christianity in Canada will continue in decline.  The worldview of religious liberalism will ascend.

(3)  Separation:  Reformers, recognizing the quandary of remaining within an apostate denomination, and acknowledging the futility of their renewal efforts, will give notice to the United Church of Canada that they must leave.  “Encouraged and supported” by the EFC in these efforts, the ex-reformers are welcomed into evangelical churches across Canada.  Evangelicals and Catholics unite in their declaration of opposition to the doctrines and operating principles of the UCC.  Christendom isolates itself from the United Church and focuses on building a new and proper solidarity behind the authentic Christian worldview.  The EFC (and the Catholic Church) will develop a clear policy on association with the UCC, something along the lines of associating with Mormons or Jehovah’s Witness.  The issue is not about the sincerity, the intellectual capacity, or the generosity exhibited by these organizations and their people, including the UCC.  The issue is the Gospel truth and using God’s Word as the basis for fellowshipping and a shared solidarity of Spirit.

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