After almost 38,000 views, not even one NAC minister either here or on YouTube has expressed support of Chief Apostle Schneiders doctrine of Exclusion that only active NAC members can be the Bride of Christ.
According to Chief Apostle Schneider, every time the absolution is pronounced from the altar, in the stead of his Apostle ministry, this doctrine is proclaimed and enforced.
New Apostolic Church Catechism: 22.214.171.124 - Proclamation and authority (forgiveness of sins)
"Forgiveness of sins must be proclaimed. Jesus pronounced forgiveness of sins upon individuals (Luke 7: 48 et al).
Forgiveness of sins occurs through the absolution, which is proclaimed in the name of Jesus Christ by authorized ministers. It is generally proclaimed in the divine service to the entire congregation. However, it only has its effect on those who grasp it in faith and fulfill the corresponding prerequisites.
The authority to proclaim the forgiveness of sins in the name of Jesus is contained in the ministry of reconciliation, namely the Apostle ministry (John 20: 23). The priestly ministries proclaim the absolution by the commission of the Apostle and in the name of Jesus. This has the same effect as if the Apostle had done it in person."Per Chief Apostle Schneider, without his Apostle ministry you cannot have your sins forgiven and therefore, if you are not an attending NAC member, you cannot become the Bride of Christ.
Is there a minister somewhere out there who agrees with Chief Apostle Schneider?
*The few ministers that have responded in the past have been unanimous, they all say they do not support it or believe it*