Biblical Theology Only right theology can lead to right worship and right obedience. Every church should strive to believe, confess and live in light of a truly biblical theology and … keep reading…
The Church Only right theology can lead to right worship and right obedience. Every church should strive to believe, confess and live in light of a truly biblical theology and … keep reading…
This book was written to help pastors, their fellow elders, and church members consider the issues that arise when a pastor receives a call from another church.
We need to ask “What is the mission of the local church?” not merely “What is the mission of the individual Christian?”
In many ways, this book is the most helpful, balanced contribution to the evangelical conversation about Christianity and culture that I’ve yet read.
If you want to understand the Bible’s teaching on deacons, this is a great place to start.
Rather than criticize the book’s handling of Scripture and understanding of the church, let’s just get to the bottom line: should you read this book? No.
An appeal to pragmatic results in order to justify a practice undermines the authority and sufficiency of Scripture.
Multiple-views books like this provide a perfect opportunity—an opportunity neither book fully makes good on—to set the record straight about positions that are not mutually exclusive.
I think that a less-than-biblical philosophy of ministry shines through at certain points, so read with discernment.
We’ve heard these definitions of the church’s mission before. But have we seen where they’re from, where they lead, and what theology drives them?
What could centuries-old arguments have to do with cutting-edge conversations like the one we’re trying to have about multi-site churches?
If you’re a pastor trying to obey Jesus by implementing church discipline, there are few books that will aid you the way Polity will.
What’s the big deal about baptism? Jesus commands his disciples to be baptized, and it’s a glorious picture of a person’s union with Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection. Still, many … keep reading…