I got into one of those “whatever happened to” conversations recently at the General Conference. I ran into a college buddy, and we started reminiscing about some of our former college classmates. We soon centered on one name and the incredibly shocking news that not only was this person not knocking on the GC presidential door, but they had left the Adventist Church. “Doctrinal issues,” was my friend’s take on the matter. “Something about legalism.”
I’ve been pondering ever since. Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary gives this definition: “strict, literal, or excessive conformity to the law or to a religious or moral code <the institutionalized ~ that restricts free choice>.” What loaded ... »
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