Missionary Methods: St. Paul's Or Ours? (Google eBook)

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1962 - Religion - 179 pages
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We are talking today of indigenous churches. St. Paul's churches were indigenous churches in the proper sense of the word; and I believe that the secret of their foundation lay in his recognition of the church as a local church (as opposed to our "national churches") and in his profound belief and trust in the Holy Spirit indwelling his converts and the churches of which they were members, which enabled him to establish them at once with full authority. - Author's preface to the second (1927) edition.
  

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Next to the bible, this is one of the top 5 book EVERY Christians needs to read. Read full review

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User Review  - Brian - Goodreads

An interesting read. I loved the idea of empowering the native people to lead their own church. That may create a mess, but the Holy Spirit will guide them. A great apostolic read. It didn't seem like ... Read full review

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Contents

ANTECEDENT CONDITIONS
1
Introduction
3
Strategic Points
10
Class
18
Moral and Social Condition
26
THE PRESENTATION OF THE GOSPEL
39
Miracles
41
Finance
49
The Training of Candidates for Baptism and Ordination
95
ST PAULS METHOD OF DEALING WITH ORGANIZED CHURCHES
109
Authority and Discipline
111
Unity
126
CONCLUSIONS
139
Principles and Spirit
141
Application
151
Epilogue
164

The Substance of St Pauls Preaching
62
THE TRAINING OF CONVERTS
79
The Teaching
81

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