Biblical Principles of Discipleship
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Dr. Coppedge says that the evangelical church "can no longer exist just to do evangelism and provide worship for believers." The church has a duty to train Christians for service and hold them accountable for spiritual growth. The Biblical Principles of Discipleship probes the biblical mandate for Christians to teach other Christians in the life of faith. It demonstrates that disciple-making is a vital part of the church's work.
Allan Coppedge (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is Beeson Professor of Christian Theology at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky, where he has taught for more than twenty years. He has written The God who is Triune; Portraits of God: A Biblical Theology of Holiness; John Wesley in Theological Debate: Predestination, Perfection, and Pluralism in the 18th-Century Revival and The Biblical Principles of Discipleship. He is also co-author of In His Image: A Workbook on Scriptural Holiness. He has written four Key Idea Books including God's Purposes for You; Setting the Pace; When the Holy Spirit Comes and The Promise of Something More.