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    Default Beverly Hyles to speak at Crown Southwest?

    Since Pastors Sexton and Schaap are now on friendly terms,
    why not have Mrs. Hyles speak to the students at Crown Southwest?
    She would be a fantastic influence and she now has moved/retired to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.

    I'd like to see it happen. Any others? I admire Pastor Sexton bringing the older generation to speak to students, and Mrs. Hyles couldn't be a more appropriate choice. She was a speaker at Christian Womanhood last October, and she didn't seem to lose any of her charm and enthusiasm in her retirement years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobytyler View Post
    Since Pastors Sexton and Schaap are now on friendly terms,
    why not have Mrs. Hyles speak to the students at Crown Southwest?
    She would be a fantastic influence and she now has moved/retired to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.

    I'd like to see it happen. Any others? I admire Pastor Sexton bringing the older generation to speak to students, and Mrs. Hyles couldn't be a more appropriate choice. She was a speaker at Christian Womanhood last October, and she didn't seem to lose any of her charm and enthusiasm in her retirement years.
    Have David Hyles speak too...
    "I really struggle with American Christianity. I'm not really sure that people with our cultural disabilities are capable of having souls, or being saved..People who grow up in a culture that worships pleasure, leisure, and affluence. I think that's where the church is doubly damned when they use Jesus as a vehicle for achieving all of that. Like, if you give a tithe, He'll make you rich" Rich Mullins


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    I would have no problem with her speaking and sharing, like it is taught in Titus, the older teaching the younger. I do, however, find it interesting that after all those years of Dr. Hyles barking/stomping/snorting against the SBC that Mrs. Hyles now is a member of an SBC church (correct me if I'm wrong but I believe she's a member of FBC Dallas).

    Two Hyles daughters don't continue in the IFB ways, one Hyles son fowled out big time, one Hyles wife went back to the SBC....and yet back in the day (for those of you who sat under "the man" in the 70's & 80's) Hyles was the self-proclaimed face and voice of the IFB. All kinda amusing now in retrospect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot View Post
    I would have no problem with her speaking and sharing, like it is taught in Titus, the older teaching the younger. I do, however, find it interesting that after all those years of Dr. Hyles barking/stomping/snorting against the SBC that Mrs. Hyles now is a member of an SBC church (correct me if I'm wrong but I believe she's a member of FBC Dallas).

    Two Hyles daughters don't continue in the IFB ways, one Hyles son fowled out big time, one Hyles wife went back to the SBC....and yet back in the day (for those of you who sat under "the man" in the 70's & 80's) Hyles was the self-proclaimed face and voice of the IFB. All kinda amusing now in retrospect.
    If true, it appears they were followers of Jack Hyles rather than Christ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deedeedub View Post
    If true, it appears they were followers of Jack Hyles rather than Christ.

    That would be true...as it is for the rest of the IFB movement...
    "I really struggle with American Christianity. I'm not really sure that people with our cultural disabilities are capable of having souls, or being saved..People who grow up in a culture that worships pleasure, leisure, and affluence. I think that's where the church is doubly damned when they use Jesus as a vehicle for achieving all of that. Like, if you give a tithe, He'll make you rich" Rich Mullins


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot View Post
    I would have no problem with her speaking and sharing, like it is taught in Titus, the older teaching the younger. I do, however, find it interesting that after all those years of Dr. Hyles barking/stomping/snorting against the SBC that Mrs. Hyles now is a member of an SBC church (correct me if I'm wrong but I believe she's a member of FBC Dallas).

    Two Hyles daughters don't continue in the IFB ways, one Hyles son fowled out big time, one Hyles wife went back to the SBC....and yet back in the day (for those of you who sat under "the man" in the 70's & 80's) Hyles was the self-proclaimed face and voice of the IFB. All kinda amusing now in retrospect.

    I think saying that "one son fowled out big time" is an understatement...
    "I really struggle with American Christianity. I'm not really sure that people with our cultural disabilities are capable of having souls, or being saved..People who grow up in a culture that worships pleasure, leisure, and affluence. I think that's where the church is doubly damned when they use Jesus as a vehicle for achieving all of that. Like, if you give a tithe, He'll make you rich" Rich Mullins


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    Quote Originally Posted by Motlow View Post
    That would be true...as it is for the rest of the IFB movement...
    You paint with a very broad brush, sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot View Post
    I would have no problem with her speaking and sharing, like it is taught in Titus, the older teaching the younger. I do, however, find it interesting that after all those years of Dr. Hyles barking/stomping/snorting against the SBC that Mrs. Hyles now is a member of an SBC church (correct me if I'm wrong but I believe she's a member of FBC Dallas).

    Two Hyles daughters don't continue in the IFB ways, one Hyles son fowled out big time, one Hyles wife went back to the SBC....and yet back in the day (for those of you who sat under "the man" in the 70's & 80's) Hyles was the self-proclaimed face and voice of the IFB. All kinda amusing now in retrospect.
    Quote Originally Posted by deedeedub View Post
    If true, it appears they were followers of Jack Hyles rather than Christ.
    Yes she attends FBC Dallas which is a very good church with a strong Biblical stand which has helped plant several other churches in the Dallas area and has helped many struggling churches with training and money. FBC Dallas helped start two churches in Dallas that are now larger (attendance) than FBC Dallas.

    Does it hold to the same teaching as FBC Hammond? No, why should it?

    I do find it ironic that FBC Dallas has been the dominant church in the SBC in Dallas county for more than a 100 years and the county association supposedly booted Jack Hyles and Miller Road out of the association.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deedeedub View Post
    You paint with a very broad brush, sir.

    Nope......they may not worship Hyles but they have their own "guru" to worship...it's the same thing...
    "I really struggle with American Christianity. I'm not really sure that people with our cultural disabilities are capable of having souls, or being saved..People who grow up in a culture that worships pleasure, leisure, and affluence. I think that's where the church is doubly damned when they use Jesus as a vehicle for achieving all of that. Like, if you give a tithe, He'll make you rich" Rich Mullins


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot View Post
    I would have no problem with her speaking and sharing, like it is taught in Titus, the older teaching the younger. I do, however, find it interesting that after all those years of Dr. Hyles barking/stomping/snorting against the SBC that Mrs. Hyles now is a member of an SBC church (correct me if I'm wrong but I believe she's a member of FBC Dallas).

    Two Hyles daughters don't continue in the IFB ways, one Hyles son fowled out big time, one Hyles wife went back to the SBC....and yet back in the day (for those of you who sat under "the man" in the 70's & 80's) Hyles was the self-proclaimed face and voice of the IFB. All kinda amusing now in retrospect.
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