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Church in God's Program

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Robert SaucyRobert Saucy provides logical, scripture-based answers tocontemporary church issues. 254 pages, from Moody.


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Robert SaucyRobert Saucy provides logical, scripture-based answers tocontemporary church issues. 254 pages, from Moody.


The Church in God's Program is a biblical study covering the entire scope of the church - its beginning, government, ministries, and the new covenant.

^English Term church

-The Greek Word

2. The Nature of the Church - Part ^One

-The People of God

-The Body of Christ



3. The Nature of ^the Church - Part Two

-The Temple of God

-The Priesthood

-The ^Bride

-Other Images



4. The Inauguration of the Church

-The New ^Work of God

-The Foundation of the Church

-The Origin of the Church



5. ^The Church in God's Program

-The Church and Israel

-The Church and ^the Kingdom

-The Function of the Church




6. The Organization of ^the Church

-The Fact of Organization

-The Laws and Membership of the ^Church

-The Government of the Church

-The Discipline of the Church




7. ^The Ministry of the Church

-The Ministry of All Members

-The Ministries ^of the Church

-The Ordered Ministries

-Ordination




8. The ^Worship of the Church

-The Nature of Worship

-The Forms of Worship




9. ^Baptism and the Lord's Supper

-Introduction

-Baptism

-The ^Lord's Supper


A solid biblical study of the church's beginning, government, ministries ^and the new covenant. Also includes guidelines for dealing with contemporary church ^problems.

ROBERT L. SAUCY (Westmont College, Dallas Theological Seminary) ^is a distinguished professor of systematic theology at Talbot Theological Seminary. ^ He previously served as president of the Evangelical Theological Society and addresses ^that group frequently. He is author of numerous books, including The Church ^in God's Program, and is the editor of Women and Men in Ministry: A Complementary ^Perspective. His shorter works have appeared in many journals including Bibliotheca ^Sacra, Grace Theological Journal, and Journal of the Evangelical Theological ^Society. Dr. Saucy resides in Anaheim, California.

The Church in God's Program is a biblical study covering the entire scope ^of the church - its beginning, government, ministries, and the new covenant.



A very solid analysis of the New Testament teaching about the doctrine ^and practice of the Church . . . careful exposition, ample footnotes, scriptural ^centricity throughout.
-Central Baptist Theological Seminary Voice

The ^Church in God's Program provides logical answers to contemporary church issues--answers ^backed by Scripture.
-Lutheran Journal





-Publisher


The Church in God's Program is a biblical study covering the entire scope of the church - its beginning, government, ministries, and the new covenant.


-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 329773
  • Product Code 9781575676296
  • ISBN 157567629X
  • EAN 9781575676296
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date Aug 1974
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 0.36 MB (EPUB)

Robert Saucy

Saucy is Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology at Biola University, in Los Angeles.

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