- Jan 31, 2012
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What does this phrase refer to?
I think Domelle was part of my church up until a certain scandal and split that happened around 2012. I came just after that time when a new pastor had taken over.Check out this website: https://oldpathsjournal.com/?doing_wp_cron=1597090641.8214969635009765625000
This web site is run by Allen Domelle, who was one of the leading defenders of IFB child rapist Cameron Giovanelli. Several years ago, Domelle featured Faith Baptist Church of Wildomar, California on his web site as a shining example of a true Old Paths church. This is the church where Malo Monteiro and at least one other clergy staff member were molesting the kiddies, which was allegedly covered up by the Mannagod.
In my mind, Old Paths is associated with King James Only, no women's slacks, no mixed bathing and dictatorial Preacher Rule, but I suppose everyone has a different definition.
Speaking of UGC, he's not been around to impart his great wisdom lately.It is so easy to throw out the phrase “old paths” giving the impression that they are talking about the original, apostolic teachings.
unfortunately, your identification is probably more accurate.
Do the “old paths” refer to standards developed by Christian colleges in the 1970s?
Alot of untruths can be hidden by a failure to define terms that are actually used (eg, UGC *cough* *cough*)
Years ago, someone posted quotes to the FFF from Hyles from c. 1984 that were opposed to the KJV-only position. Unfortunately, those posts were to a very early incarnation of the forum, and no longer in existence. I wouldn't know where to look for them, or even if they were written or spoken (though I assume written).I think I read that Jack Hyles grew into the KJVO position himself.
According to the website of Middle Tennessee Baptist Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, their pastor, Tony Hutson, exemplifies the Old Paths in all their glory. So now we know.
Dr. Tony Hutson
Bro. Tony Hutson is the founding pastor of Middle Tennessee Baptist Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Since its beginnings in the spring of 1990, the church has grown from a living room to a large facility located on the outskirts of town.
Bro. Tony, as he prefers to be called, is the son of the late Dr. Curtis Hutson, well-known preacher and former editor of the SWORD OF THE LORD. Bro. Tony attended Bible College and pastored two other churches but truly honed his considerable preaching skills in pulpits across America as he has done the work of an evangelist for the past several years while still pastoring his church.
Rooted and grounded in the fundamentals of the faith and following the “old paths” in every aspect of his ministry, Bro. Tony has a soul winner’s heart and great vision. Visitation and bus ministry have been key to the growth of MTBC. The church presently operates seven bus routes and sees souls saved weekly in nearly every service.
Bro. Tony and his wife, Mrs. Tracy, are the parents of four children-three daughters (Tenille, Tara and TC) and one son (Troy). He travels around the country preaching most Mondays and Tuesdays but is still available to his people and nearly always in the pulpit for regular services at Middle Tennessee Baptist Church. His preaching has been described as dynamic, exciting and convicting. His larger-than-life personality and tremendous sense of humor, combined with a sincere desire to serve the Lord and preach His Word without compromise, make Bro. Tony Hutson a preacher everyone should hear.