11 - What church do you belong to? - Why?
At this time, I do not have a church membership. I attend a Christian Reformed Church that I'm fairly comfortable at, who will let me work in the limited number of ministries that they have - and the music worship is all I could hope for.
I do not have a membership because I'm complementarian and this church has a co-pastorship that is a husband and wife team. I do not feel comfortable at this time, taking an official membership in a church that I disagree with on a core doctrine.
I have visited many churches and this is the one that I like - other than this one issue. In the fall, I plan to talk to the pastors about the issue. My pledge will be that I will not undermine Pastor Amy and that I will not be the one to bring up the issue with another congregant. If they can live with that, I can live with membership there.
12- * Discover how you form your views. What is the reasoning-believing process? How do you handle the Bible?
I'm Reformed. Sola Scriptura...and "come, let us reason". Part of the "reasoning" is digging through both sides of the issue and discovering which side has not only the best "pro", but the fewest weak points.
I have radically changed views at least once in my life, leaving a Nazarene Church for a Reformed Church. This was done after two years of studying and debate and not done lightly. I've never looked back.