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    Efca

    This is kind of a continuation of the last thread. I was curious to know if any one knew how many alumni from reformed seminaries (specifically RTS-Charlotte where I am looking at going) that are ministers in the EFCA? I am currently a member in a e-free church and am seeking ordination in one post seminary. I was just curious if attending a heavily reformed seminary would dismiss me from candidacy for ordination. Thoughts?

    Jeff

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    Jeff,
    I know a current student at RTS Jackson who is in the e-free. I can put you in touch with him if you like.
    Alan
    Seminarian, RTS Jackson, MS
    Currently residing in Kerkhoven, MN
    Evangelical Free via URC via PCA via OPC
    Joining Kerkhoven Evangelical Free Church soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bookmeister View Post
    Jeff,
    I know a current student at RTS Jackson who is in the e-free. I can put you in touch with him if you like.
    Yeah that would be great. Thanks!

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    I was saved from the EFCA. Why do you want to stay in it?
    Ben
    Chaplain, US Army
    Stuttgart, Germany
    TE Potomac Presbytery, PCA
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    "Whenever I'm about to do something, I think, 'would an idiot do that?' And if they would, I do not do that thing." -- Dwight Schrute

    "I've been so thoroughly trained that I don't even need to think before I speak." -- Harry Crumb

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    I also, when I was first converted, was a member of the EFCA. Then I became reformed and now am Presbyterian.
    Elder Andrew Barnes (PCA)
    Christ Presbyterian Church (Kansas City, MO)
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