Becoming Orthodox: a journey to the ancient Christian faith

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Wolgemuth & Hyatt, 1989 - Religion - 185 pages
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This is the story of a handful of courageous men and their congregations who risked stable occupations, security and the approval of life-long friends to be obedient to God's call. It is also the story of every believer who is searching for the Church. Where Christ is Lord. Where holiness, human responsibility, and the sovereignty of God are preached. Where fellowship is more than a covered-dish supper in the church basement. And where fads and fashions take a backseat to apostolic worship and doctrine.

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User Review  - Josh Maddox - Goodreads

Interesting story to say the least, but the breathless writing style was clearly a holdover from the author's previous evangelical Protestantism. Read full review

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User Review  - Philip Ryan - Goodreads

Peter Gilquist spearheaded the evangelical exodus for Constantinople. This book is a good read but the reasons for joining the Orthodox church are shallow - basically, the ancient church did this, this, and this so should we. Read full review

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