Category Archives: Ecclesiology

It’s a Community Affair in Paul’s Letters

Perhaps from the get go we are doubly at a disadvantage living in the West: not only do we have to battle the predilection of the flesh toward SELF, but we also have to equally battle a culture that is … Continue reading

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What then is the Gospel?

Dr. Al Mohler’s recent renewed call for evangelicals to resist and reject the legitimacy of the papacy and therefore its authority (here)–has caused one blogger to address the exact nature of the Gospel. According to David Armstrong, the blogger in … Continue reading

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Ecclesiology is Christology

When you sin against your brothers in this way and wound their weak conscience, you sin against Christ.  (1 Cor. 8:12 NIV84, bold added) No profound exegesis is needed.  The conclusion is quite obvious: ecclesiology, the doctrine of the church, … Continue reading

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