Ep 95: Church Planting Where the Church is Planted?

We continue in our series After Evangelicalism, What? with the provocative topic of church planting. Starting new churches has long been considered one of the most strategic methods of evangelism. However, with more churches closing than starting in 2019, we rightly reconsider its strategic nature. Should we plant a church where the church is already planted? How is our understanding of church planting today different from church planting in the New Testament? Should we instead be calling ourselves to church multiplication? And, if a church is not multiplying, should it even be called a church? These and other questions are addressed on this episode of the Ephesiology Podcast.

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