Apostolic Government in the 21st Century

Glenn Shaffer
Defuses four major arguments against present-day apostles. Explains how the call and commissions distinguish the sphere of influence of each apostle. Introduces apostolic accountability through apostolic teams, apostolic councils, and apostolic fellowships Presents a biblical model of local church government. Challenges the Church to reexamine any form of government that restricts functionality of modern day apostles. Confronts any means that divides the church into two classes of people; clergy and layman. Promotes every member as a minister. This 174 page book is a must read for any Christians desiring to know more about the New Testament function of ministry gifts and how they relate to the local church in our modern day.

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Reviewed: 2020-04-04
RIGHTWAY Publishing, Incorporated
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