When people use the term “unscriptural” they usually mean that there is no BCV for whatever doctrine or method they disagree with (BCV = book, chapter, and verse). Of course, what people are often saying is that they just don’t… Read More »Unscriptural vs Anti-Scriptural
Positive Change is Possible How can congregations bring about positive change while simultaneously maintaining unity? This question has been on my mind a lot recently, so I’ve been trying to come up with a systematic way to deal with sensitive… Read More »Flowchart of Change: Change and Unity
In school, teachers give tests with fill in the blank, multiple choice, essay questions, and a true or false section. The questions that are “false” usually change a word or phrase taken from definitions in the chapter’s vocabulary section. “Fish… Read More »What is a False Teacher?
In a recent discussion with a Christian minister and fellow servant of Jesus the Messiah, we exchanged some thoughts on the importance of doctrine, the definition of a false teacher, and the need for Bible study. I’ve had similar conversations… Read More »Doctrine and Our Perception of God
To catch up on previous parts or to read ahead, see the link below the footnotes. What About those Who Have Never Been Immersed? We will begin this section with a look at a series of articles Barton W. Stone… Read More »What About People Who Haven’t Been Immersed (pt.6)
This is part 3 of a multi-part series on “Restoring Our Unity Heritage.” If you missed a part or would like to read the entire essay ahead of time, I have posted the file at the bottom of the page.… Read More »Unity in Diversity at the Church in Corinth (p.3)
This is part 2 of a multi-part series on “Restoring Our Unity Heritage.” If you missed a part or would like to read the entire essay ahead of time, I have posted the file at the bottom of the page.… Read More »The Necessity and Possibility of Unity (Pt 2)