I was raised a Roman Catholic, and still consider catholicity (which is, more or less, respect for tradition as a way the Holy Spirit works in the Church) to be very important. I was received into the Episcopal Church in 1989 but left in 2006 because I could no longer support the heterodoxy that has become the norm there; I'm now a member of Good Hope Lutheran Church (ELCA).
I'm a full member of the American Scientific Affiliation, which has a large majority of evangelicals in its membership and is resolutely orthodox (though Protestant) in its theology.
So why did I take a job at a Mennonite college, especially given my military background? For one thing, I share many of the same ideals about the work of the Church in the world. And it's certainly invigorating to be in an explicitly Christian environment!
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