Tag Archives: Traditions

When A Believer Leaves A Church

Thank you, Troy, for the following: I’m encountering more and more pastors in institutional churches that are obviously perplexed with the continuing decline in church attendance in spite of all their best efforts. Most of their responses betray a fortress … Continue reading

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This Thing We Call Church

This is the lie: We have been made to believe that this Thing we call church is of God and that our membership and participation in it is essential to our Christian walk when in fact it is an idolatrous … Continue reading

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The Body With One Part?

In answer to the question, “Why don’t women ever read or pray in Bethlehem’s church services?” John Piper answered in part: But the real question, I think, they’re asking is about the prayers of praise, the reading of the text, and the … Continue reading

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Salvation in Jesus or in Churchanity?

Many times Jesus told the Pharisees, “Have you never read,” or “It is written.” But they preferred their traditions and positions over the word of God. “Churchanity,” like the leaders of old, cling to its traditions rather than loving the … Continue reading

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