"Isn't it interesting how professing Christians love to honor the dead heroes of the faith, but then "persecute" the living heroes who embrace the very same truths taught and propounded by those heroes who are now in the grave.
Because dead heroes can no longer speak with audible voices against unsound doctrine, impure worship, and tyrannical church governments."
-What are some biblical examples of reform that can be used to humble ourselves and return to the "old paths"?
-Should denominations put weight into the way in which our forefathers interpreted scriptures if they are different than our interpretations?
-How has this played out in the church historically, confessionally, and experientially?