Tradition, Scripture, and the Church by David Bolton (PDF – complete)

My dear friend, Sándor, from Hungary, has translated my five-part teaching series, “Tradition, Scripture, and the Church”, into the Hungarian language and has also compiled the Original English version into a single PDF booklet.  These he has uploaded to his Hungarian/English blog, keskeny út – narrow way.

I am so very thankful for the Christ-honoring friendship that we have that originated out of and has grown through our mutual blogging endeavors and subsequent email communications with each other.  I count him as a dear friend and cherished brother in the Lord!

I want to commend to you Sándor’s blog which has both English and Hungarian teachings on it.  We share a common vision for the Kingdom of God and he is a brother who has faithfully walked in that vision for many years.

Please click here to go to Sandor’s blog, keskeny út – narrow way.

I also want to make available to you the English PDF version of the “Traditions…” series that he has compiled.  Of all the series I’ve written, I feel that this is the one that most fully communicates my heart and vision concerning the present condition of the Church and the way of restoration in these last days.  I hope you will take some time to read and meditate on the truths that are shared in it.

Please click here for the English PDF version of the “Traditions…” series.

[The page for this particular resource on Sándor’s blog is found here which has links to both the Hungarian (top link) and the English (bottom link) PDF versions.]

I pray that both Sándor’s blog and the PDF(s) of the “Traditions…” series will be a great blessing to you!

Love and blessings in Christ,
David

keskeny út - narrow way

A hagyomány, a Szentírás és a Gyülekezet – David Bolton

“With anticipation, and not a little trepidation, I am wading into a subject that I believe cannot be over-emphasized as to its significance regarding the Church, past, present and future. I would venture to say that the two most influential forces ever at work in her long history, and those largely responsible for who she is today, are Scripture and Tradition.

If only the marriage of these two were a match fully made in heaven, what an incomparable force they would be for God in the earth!  The reality is, however, that they are a heaven-and-earth mixture, an unholy union of divine and human ways, a complex matrix of good, bad and ugly.  If ever a love/hate relationship existed, it is here between these two obstinate “soul mates”.  Theirs is a marriage marked by the sweetest of affections and the…

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Following Him who is the Way; Learning of Him who is the Truth; Living in Him who is the Life. - John 14:6
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2 Responses to Tradition, Scripture, and the Church by David Bolton (PDF – complete)

  1. David,

    Thank you very much for sharing this. It answers so many questions for me especially under, “The Futile Way and the Fruitful Way” as I’ve wondered again and again why many genuine attempts at restoration seem to end in failure. I am still digesting the implications of this rich material.
    God bless you and your ministry to the Church.,
    Maina

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    • David Bolton says:

      Thank you, dear brother. I’m glad this has been helpful to you in the way you’ve expressed. That matter has been a long-time question of mine as well. I commend you for making your way through the full series, as there’s quite a lot to digest there. I pray it will continue to feed your spirit and soul as you meditate on it further. Blessings to you and your family in Kenya! Glad we’ve connected in Christ!

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