Were there really church planting movements in Acts? This is a question that many have asked. The answer is complex. While on the one hand we most definitely see Christianity as a movement, on the other hand we see that movement comprised of Christ-followers rather than “churches.” Granted, the early followers of Christ gathered together in communities that were called churches. However, these early followers were mostly interested in seeing more people follow Christ which naturally resulted in more communities of people who congregated together for the purpose of worshipping, reading Scripture, fellowship, prayer, and mission.
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Revelation is one of the most difficult books in the Bible to interpret and it is also one of the most abused and ignored books of the Bible. In this first session on our series focused on rediscovering Jesus through Revelation, Dr. Feiser, Dr. Harris, and Dr. Cooper discuss four interpretative strategies used to understand Revelation: Historicist, Idealist, Preterist, and Futurist.
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