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Exclusive Brethren – Beliefs

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The beliefs of the Exclusive Brethren have much in common with most those of most evangelical Christian groups:

  • The Bible is the inspired and literal word of God
  • People are saved only by faith in Christ
  • God is a Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit
  • Christ will return soon

However some of their beliefs are heretical by other Christian standards.

Jim Taylor taught that Jesus was human when he was born and did not become fully divine until later; either when he was 12, or at his baptism. This is quite different from mainstream Christian belief, which says that Jesus was always fully God and fully man.
- Source: The Exclusive Brethren, BBC


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This post was last updated: Apr. 5, 2009