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Content On: Ecclesiology (The Church)


Living Together in CommunityRoger Pascoe09/12/2019
Q. Must an Elder’s Children Be Believers?Bob Deffinbaugh08/26/2019
Q. Is it okay to involve an unbeliever in church ministry?Bob Deffinbaugh06/25/2019
Q. Should One Attend Bible School And/Or Seminary?Bob Deffinbaugh04/05/2019
4. Handing Off the Baton (2 Timothy 4:1-5)Steven Cole12/10/2018
8. The Church in the Last Days (2 Timothy 3:1-9)Gregory Brown12/10/2018
The Bible Teacher’s Guide, Second Timothy: Guarding The Good DepositGregory Brown12/10/2018
Final ChargeSteven Cole11/20/2018
Let No One Deceive You: Parting Words In A Time Of StormColin McDougall11/06/2018
From Seed To Fruit: A Natural Pattern For Growth And DiscipleshipColin McDougall11/05/2018
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Question & Answers:

Our pastor recently stopped doing an altar-call / invitation at the end of the services. Is this biblical?
How was handling the boiling pot of meat with a three-prong fork (1 Sam 2:12-17) part of the priestly duties as set out in Leviticus?
Must someone be baptisted to join a church?
There are Christians who believe that the Bible makes a case for this country's obligation to protect Israel. Do Christians have this biblical command?
How do Jews born after the New Testament receive salvation? Are they saved only by accepting Christ as their Lord and Savior? Is there any other means of salvation for them, as some teach?
I have friends who are Seventh Day Adventist and in the Unification Church. One believes in soul sleep and the other believes we can communicate with dead relatives. Are there any biblical passages to refute their beliefs?
How can our church learn to speak in tongues?
Could you tell me the difference between an evangelical and a charismatic?
Should congregational votes be limited to tithing members who attend a specified number of Sundays?
Is there a difference between the Vision and the Mission of a local church?
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