I’m not ridiculous. There have always been the more liberal and more conservative churches. I’m more familiar with what’s called the liberal churches now because that was my upbringing. Methodist, Unitarian Universalist, Quaker, Episcopal, that area of things. I think they’re considered “Arminianism”? In any case, they’re not from the Calvinist line of Protestant. The anti-slavery line of Protestant Christian churches comes from the Arminian line of churches and not the Calvinist line of churches, who all tended to be pro slavery. In fact, the Baptist church in the USA split in half in 1845 over slavery.

 I’m not ridiculous. There have always been the more liberal and more conservative churches.
I’m more familiar with what’s called the liberal churches now because that was my upbringing. Methodist, Unitarian Universalist, Quaker, Episcopal, that area of things.
I think they’re considered “Arminianism”? In any case, they’re not from the Calvinist line of Protestant.
The anti-slavery line of Protestant Christian churches comes from the Arminian line of churches and not the Calvinist line of churches, who all tended to be pro slavery. In fact, the Baptist church in the USA split in half in 1845 over slavery.

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