Tag Archives: Ecclesiology

Some Thoughts on Today’s Differing Perspectives of the Church

Some of the problems in Christianity today stem from confusion about the church itself. Different groups, that are often at odds with one another, tend to view the church differently and this difference of perspective has a profound effect on … Continue reading

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Celebrate what God is doing or gloat over what you think he’s not doing?

I ran into a former church member the other day. (Maybe I should be honest and say “disgruntled former church member.”) They recited a litany of things they had “heard” about our church. It was almost humorous because everything they … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the meaning and significance of Baptism

Among proponents of believer’s-baptism-only, one often hears that baptism is an outward sign of an inward change. But I don’t think we can rightly limit the significance of baptism. Baptism signifies several things each of which is attested to either … Continue reading

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Trevin Wax: Your Podcast is Not your Pastor

Over at Kingdom People, Trevin Wax offers some healthy thoughts about the role of “podcast pastors” in one’s spiritual growth and development. It is a complex problem (as he admits) and I like that he upholds (sorta) the biblical model … Continue reading

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