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The Nature, Government and Function of the Church: A Reassessment

By Stephen C. Perks | Read by Nathan F. Conkey

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There is perhaps no subject that Christrians have discussed, debated and argued over more fiercely than that of the nature, government and function of the Church. In this book the author attempts to set out biblical principles that can, in the main, be acted upon and applied in all Christian Churches, regardless of denomination. In this way the author seeks to apply the Reformation dictum Ecclesia reformata semper reformanda—“the church reformed is always fit to be reformed”—to the modern Church in order to encourage a more faithful practice of the Church’s Great Commission in our day.

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