[Epub] ❧ Why We Belong Author Anthony L. Chute – Techotechies.us

Why We Belong Denominations The Word Itself Often Sparks Strong Reactions, Causing Us To Wonder If There Are Merits To Our Factions And If It S Possible To Come Together As One.Showing How Denominational Affiliation Can Be Natural Without Being Negative, And How Evangelical Identity Can Help Rather Than Hinder Christian Unity, Why We Belong Explains Both The Personal And Doctrinal Reasons Each Of The Following Contributors Fit Not Only In Their Church, But Also In The Church Gerald L Bray Anglican Timothy F George Baptist Douglas A Sweeney Lutheran Timothy C Tennent Methodist Byron D Klaus Pentecostal Bryan Chapell Presbyterian Demonstrating That Christians Have Significant Reasons For Identifying With A Denomination, This Book Also Helps Us See And Belong To Something Much Larger Than Our Own Traditions The Family Of God.

[Epub] ❧ Why We Belong  Author Anthony L. Chute – Techotechies.us
  • Paperback
  • 251 pages
  • Why We Belong
  • Anthony L. Chute
  • English
  • 16 July 2017
  • 1433514834

10 thoughts on “Why We Belong


  1. says:

    This was a well written, well thought out book that for me completely missed the point that I was probably looking for The book goes to great lengths to allow 6 representative voices of 6 denominations Anglican, Methodist, Baptist, Lutheran, Pentecostal, and Presbyterian to articulate why they belong the different denominations They write well, but all of them tend to basically focus on the denomination high points Anglican and Lutheran on their historical underpinnings, Pentecostal for the This was a well written, well thought out book that for me completely missed the point that I was probably looking for The book goes to great lengths to allow 6 representative voices of 6 denominations Anglican, Methodist, Baptist, Lutheran, Pentecostal, and Presbyterian to articulate why they belong the different denominations They write well, but all of them tend to basically focus on the denomination high points Anglican and Lutheran on their historical underpinnings, Pentecostal for their distinctive in worship, and Presbyterian for their doctrine While this isn t bad per se, I struggle to see why this sho...


  2. says:

    The essays presented in this volume reflect the diversity of the Protestant religions, it starts with an explanation using Ephesians showing why unity among believers is important, it is simply drawn with leaders in every denomination Even within the 6 main denominations, you havethan 20 disagreements on particular stances of belief Why I am an Evangelical and an Anglican is written by Gerald L Bray,..and a Baptist by Timothy F George,..and a Lutheran by Douglas A Sweeney,..a Methodi The essays presented in this volume reflect the diversity of the Protestant religions, it starts with an explanation using Ephesians showing why unity among believers is important, it is simply drawn with leaders in every denomination Even within the 6 main denominations, you havethan 20 disagreements on particular stances of belief Why I am an Evangelical and an Anglican is written by Gerald L Bray,..and a Baptist by Timothy F George,..and a Lutheran by Douglas A Sweeney,..a Methodist by Timothy C Tennent,..a Pentecostal by Bryon D Klaus and a Presbyterian by Bryan Chapell Each section was 20 30 pages long, and even though all the main themes were covered, I could see how each of us has our own religious belief, which might also not fit neatly into a group.It will help you...

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