excellent biography of the founder of the FIEC
FIEC and Poole-Connor
problem at Wroclaw
with the FIEC
letter to the General Secretary of the FIEC.
2010 The FIEC's verdict on the evidence presented above
Reakcja Sekretarza Generalnego FIEC
2010 An anaemic response to Wroclaw
In 2011, the FIEC continued to hold leaders' teaching (PfS) at Carey Baptist Church,
despite the continuing extreme ecumenism of its missionary to Poland.
prominent FIEC figures engaged with pioneering Polish ecumenists
March 2012 Withdrawal by the FIEC of its robust 1996 statement on ecumenism,
and its replacement with a prolix, vehemently expressed
but weaker alternative.
2014 In a semiofficial work, the FIEC claims to exercise subapostolic authority over its churches.
We have seen this in practice, with ugly consequences.
2016 Leader's conference
includes one speaker who directs studies at Langham Partnership, and another with a doctorate from Fuller, both institutions with fulsome
ecumenical philosophies, and no indication by either of the least dissent.
March 2016 It is preceded by a similar conference with some of the same partners.
A prominent quote from the architect of Nottingham's
), unabashedly heads the site.
January 2017 The FIEC goes soft on sodomy
in partnership with 2 founders of Living Out
, Ed Shaw and Sam Alberry.
Openly gay 'Christians' welcomed, provided they profess celibacy. Hating the sin but embracing the sinful inclination.
The scripture indicates such affections are 'vile' and to be shunned and that ex-homosexuals need sanctification and justication to hate and renounce these sinful desires not just practice.
The FIEC, like the EA before it
, welcomes those who profess such vile affections openly. They have cut the foundations from under their own feet and their inevitable collapse into the open embrace of practising homosexuals in ministry is a matter of time only.
See this exchange in 2013, halfway down the page.
FIEC promotes John Keller's insipid man-centred philosophy
, an anaemic and antinomian pseudo-Gospel, without any bite or commanding call to repentance (Archive)
All John Stevens in commentary could muster to say on homosexuality and militant feminism was 'mainstream churches are divided on these issues'. Does that sound like John the Baptist, or Christ or Peter? 'Repent...Save yoursleves from this perverse generation!' The FIEC leadership has sadly long lost its salt.
Living Out publish writings coauthored by one of their founders and Steve Chalke. The latter's organisation, Oasis, now proudly publishes its Transgender Equality Stance in a prominent advert in the Metro.
This means enforced recognition of new pronouns, the newly assigned gender, and the use of bathroom and private changing facilities by dissenters, and that's just the start.
Having embraced Living Out, will the FIEC now follow suit? Will we see gender neutral bathrooms in their HQ, or 'altered' men using the women's facilities and vv? Or will they reprove cruelty and ungodliness of those who promote and pander to this abomination, as they ought?
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