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Re: You Might As Well Know
« Reply #20 on: August 16, 2016, 08:45:29 AM »
You can go to things like this and not agree with everything that everyone is doing on stage/ Im sure Mr Fugate wouldn't allow this is in his church , but this wasn't his his church or his event. He was there to support a politician

Sometimes you need to remember why you went there in the first place and realize not every place is like your church

We should not hold briefs or beefs with people over these matters.

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Re: You Might As Well Know
« Reply #21 on: August 16, 2016, 11:56:56 AM »
You can go to things like this and not agree with everything that everyone is doing on stage/ Im sure Mr Fugate wouldn't allow this is in his church , but this wasn't his his church or his event. He was there to support a politician

Sometimes you need to remember why you went there in the first place and realize not every place is like your church

We should not hold briefs or beefs with people over these matters.

Whose briefs are you holding!?!?!?!?!?!?
Not that I'm saying, but I'm just saying that that's what they say.

Binaca Chugger

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Re: You Might As Well Know
« Reply #22 on: August 16, 2016, 11:58:20 AM »
You can go to things like this and not agree with everything that everyone is doing on stage/ Im sure Mr Fugate wouldn't allow this is in his church , but this wasn't his his church or his event. He was there to support a politician

Sometimes you need to remember why you went there in the first place and realize not every place is like your church

We should not hold briefs or beefs with people over these matters.

See below:

I've driven past this "motel college".  Are they all rockers now?

Not at all.  They desire to be known as what HAC used to be.  They will preach hard against CCM and condemn any who listen to it.  The irony is that the pastor is willing to attend services with CCM, join hands with the SBC and non-denoms if it will promote his name in the media.  However, a student would receive disciplinary measures for attending such a concert at a local venue.

The point of the post is that if you are looking for a true IFB school, CBC proclaims itself as a bastion of the old path fundamentalists.  In many ways, that is just what the school is. However, you might as well know that the pastor is apparently willing to make any compromise for self-promotion.  His walk doesn't match his talk. Sometimes, you need to know these things going in to a situation.

I don't know if this is entirely fair.  I hold no brief for Fugate or his college, but he may have been invited to this get-together. It's not like he was hosting it.

Of course he was invited.  He also chose to attend an inter-denominational service dedicated to thanking God and praising the Governor.  He did not just attend, he received recognition from this group.  This is a pattern with Fugate.  When Rand Paul announced his run for Senate, Fugate attended the meeting and prayed for the group and Rand Paul.  Directly following the prayer was a Grammy winning pop star who sang for the group.  Fugate is willing to compromise his beliefs of separation and standards for an opportunity to receive praise of men.  By the way, I think that would disqualify him as a pastor according to 1 Tim 3:6.
Not that I'm saying, but I'm just saying that that's what they say.

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Re: You Might As Well Know
« Reply #23 on: August 16, 2016, 04:38:38 PM »
I don't think that's compromise/ it would have been compromise if he had hosted the even and asked these men to come speak and sing. IFB must understand to be cooperative on essentials beliefs and find common ground with out joining forces. This was more a political event then a church setting.