Just a remindere from the rules page
1a. Nazarene Space, while open to non-nazarenes, is focused upon the
historic Nazarene faith. This is not a platform for preaching or presenting
anti/non/pseudo Nazarene ideas. Occasionally, if a non-Nazarene (like
an Ebionite, “Nazarine”, ) pops up on the Network, I'll 'lift the rules' to allow
discussion and interaction, but don't look for it as a regular occurrence.
We reserve the right to limit the amount of non-Nazarenes
presenting their ideas in dialogue, if I allow it to go on at all. If your purpose
is only to attempt to draw Nazarenes away from Historic and Scriptural
Nazarene Judaism, then join another Network. If you like to argue and
really aren't concerned with learning, join another Network. There are two
types of unbelievers- those searching for truth and those searching for
an excuse not to believe. Examine your heart and decide which one you
There are some things within Nazarene Judaism that are "in-house"
debates (e.g.-eschatology, spiritual gifts) but these issues are not
points of fellowship. Issues such as the Deity of Messiah, virgin birth,
Messiahship of Yeshua, Torah Observance, acceptance of the Tanak
and Ketuvim Netzarim are part of the historic Nazarene faith. They are
6. Do not use Nazarene Space to promote doctrines which contradict the WNAE statement of faith (seen at http://www.wnae.org).
That being said, let me remind everyone, if you are here to oppose Torah Observance for any group of people or to promote One Faith Two Expression theology (that is to recognize Gentile Christianity as an alternate, non-Jewish expression of the one true faith) then do not assume that you will be gioven the unlimitted oportunity to promote those ideas here. These are points of fellowship. Those who teach these things teach an alterante faith to historical Nazarene Judaism.