Romans 14 and Fellowship Lingering Error from the Past Homer Haileys long held view on marriage, divorce, and remarriage: This book sets forth my position on the subject of the divorced and remarried who would come to God, and my reasons for holding itThe question is: Does God require those who were married, divorced and remarried while in the world and who would obey the gospel to separate after they
become Christians; or does He accept their marriage as lawful? I believe that He accepts them without requiring their separation and I shall show the reasons why." (Homer Hailey, The Divorced and Remarried Who Would Come To God, Las Vegas, Nevada, Nevada Publications, 1991, revised edition, 1998. pp 5, 8) Lingering Error from the Past 1987 Belen, New Mexico: Error taught privately.
1988 Belen, New Mexico: Became known. Publicly taught the error, affirming his position. November 1988: After several failing attempts to sit and study with Hailey, men involved went public with the issue. Lingering Error from the Past Ed Harrell defends Homer Hailey November 1988: Homer Hailey: False Teacher? published in Christianity
Magazine. This, then, is my personal defense of Homer Hailey as a man who has earned the respect and esteem of the Christians of our time. Or, more accurately, it is my explanation of why Hailey has won wide esteem among Christians in spite of his views on the subject of divorce and remarriage. (emphasis mine, JC) (Ed Harrell, Homer Hailey: False Teacher?, Christianity Magazine, Vol 5, No 11, November 1988, p 6) Homer Hailey believes that those who are baptized into Christ may remain in their present marital stateI have discussed the matter
with brother Hailey on more than one occasion, and, although I am impressed by the erudition and sincerity of his arguments, I do not believe that he is correct. (emphasis mine, JC) (Ibid.) Lingering Error from the Past Ed Harrell defends Homer Hailey February 1989 June 1990: Ed Harrell published 16 articles on The Bounds of Christian Unity in Christianity Magazine.
Explanation on position of fellowship regarding Homer Hailey. Error taught on Romans 14 and fellowship. Why discuss this?: Lingering effects of the situation and teaching on fellowship. Romans 14 and Fellowship Who should we receive, or not receive? Receive Romans 14:1; 15:7 Do Not Receive 2 John 9-11
Romans 14 and Fellowship Romans 14 Receive Receive who God receives (v. 1-4) weak in the faith? v. 5: fully convinced; v. 23: doubts, not from faith. Eating meats/Observing days vv. 2, 5 Received by God vv. 3b-4, 6 Nothing Unclean v. 14; 1 Corinthians 8:8 Romans 14 concerns INDIFFERENT MATTERS
Romans 14 and Fellowship Romans 14 Receive Ed Harrell on Romans 14: Specifically, Paul teaches that those who retained conscientious scruples about various rituals of the law should understand that those issues were not matters bound by God (emphasis mine, JC). But the intent of the passage clearly encompasses more than that clarification (?, emphasis mine, JC). The subject of Romans 14 is
the question of brotherly disagreements. (Ed Harrell The Bounds of Christian Unity 3. Christianity Magazine / April 1989 p.6) Romans 14 and Fellowship Romans 14 In Context Ed Harrell on Romans 14: It is obvious that Christians sometimes disagree about scriptural instruction, even in matters of considerable moral and doctrinal import (emphasis mine, JC). In spite of these disagreements,
we work and worship together (emphasis mine, JC), leaving many matters of individual judgment (emphasis mine, JC) in the hands of God. That behavior, uniformly practiced throughout the history of Christianity is, I believe, the issue addressed in Romans 14 (see article number 3). (Ed Harrell The Bounds of Christian Unity 4. Christianity Magazine / May 1989 p.6) Romans 14 and Fellowship Romans 14 In Context
Immediate: Preceding Passage Romans 13:11-14 Succeeding Passage Romans 16:17-19 Remote: Moral Sin Galatians 5:19-21; Colossians 3:5-11; Ephesians 5:11 Doctrinal Sin 2 John 9-11; 1 Timothy 1:3; Galatians 1:6-9 Romans 14 and
Fellowship Romans 14 In Context Fellowship with any sin is NOT ALLOWED! 2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1 Romans 14 and Fellowship Another Consideration Strong and Weak
Strong knowledgeable strength of conscience Weak lacking knowledge weakness of conscience Who is strong and who is weak? Homer Hailey (MDR error) would be the strong brother, and Ed Harrell (MDR truth) would be the weak? Romans 14 and Fellowship
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