Category Archives: Denominationalism

Imagine a World Without Denominations, Part 2

I think the current level of cross-denominational cooperation is woefully inadequate because I think we are called to a MUCH higher level of service than is common among Protestants. There are countless cooperative works, but the percentage of members active … Continue reading

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Imagine a World Without Denominations

In New Testament times, the “church” in Ephesus was a series of house churches in which thousands were members, meeting 30 or less to a house, under a single eldership. We aren’t given just how this worked, but we know … Continue reading

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