Amana Trust

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Puritan Board Freshman
I got a call today from Amana Trust inviting to Bible Studies. When I asked about their theological stance, they responded to be reformed, followers of Luther's tradition of 'saved by faith'. I was wondering if anyone has more information? Their website does not give away much, apart from the fact that it seems like they are influenced by Watchman Nee.


Pilgrim, Alien, Stranger
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Seems to me this group is more than just influenced by those men (WatchmanNee & WitnessLee). Rather, it exists to promote this brand of religion specifically. Given numerous questionable elements found in WN & WL's teaching and practice, I would steer clear.

History gives us several examples of teachers and their movements that--while containing certain elements of orthodoxy, and a seriousness that often puts to shame the institutional churches and lackadaisical professing Christians--these are accompanied by some glaring problems in doctrine and/or practice.
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