Both are human creations. [nt].....
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...and each fight leads to some new split in "the Church."
So, if you believe, like I do, that God intended to man to interface directly with Him, without a go between, then why do you need a church? And hence, you are freed from those dogmas and can practice as a person.
So, Christianity isn't dogma, its a collection of stories that help you find your way through trial and tribulation. And that has no bearing on whether the Anglican Church in the UK holds this, that or the other to be true.
Dogma is governance. Christianity is guidance.
There is a difference.
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