Although we are called to make disciples these are disciples of Christ. Corinthian Elders addresses the Pauline concern that Christian leaders can actually harm your relationship with Christ. Using a high view of the New Testament and the original manuscripts the book analyzes the reasons for divisions in the church at Corinth and concludes the problem was their focus on even godly teachers. The conclusion that an emphasis on teachers was hindering the Corinthian believer from abiding in Christ is corroborated by examining the Book of Colossians where Paul expressed alarm that Colossian believers were submitting to teachers and authoritative church leaders. Corinthian Elders calls for a return to Paul's model of the church in order to glorify and enjoy God.
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|Publisher: ||Bridgepointe Publishing Company|
|Date published: ||Nov 2008|
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