Author Archives: David Bolton

About David Bolton

Following Him who is the Way; Learning of Him who is the Truth; Living in Him who is the Life. - John 14:6

What Do I See?

As a compliment to my previous post, What Did the Angels See?, I wanted to follow up with an expression of my own personal perspective on the birth of Christ.  I’d like to do so by sharing the lyrics of … Continue reading

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What Did the Angels See?

This meditation on the birth of Christ I originally wrote in December of 2003 for the newsletter my wife was compiling for our homeschool network.  I am offering it again, now slightly updated, for your consideration and inspiration during this Christmas season. … Continue reading

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

Originally posted on 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…

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Rebels, Refugees, and a Returning Remnant by David Bolton (PDF – complete)

Originally posted on keskeny út – narrow way:
Lázadók, menekültek és egy visszatérő maradék – David Bolton You are able to reach in PDF form here There is a monumental shift taking place in the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ worldwide. …

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Experiences of House Church – by Sándor Abonyi

As a follow up to the series “On Church Leadership” (an email exchange with Sándor Abonyi of Hungary), I wanted to share a post that Sándor wrote for his Hungarian/English blog “keskeny út – narrow way“.  In it he describes some … Continue reading

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On Church Leadership (an email exchange with Sándor Abonyi of Hungary) – Pt.4: “Chief Among Equals”?

Sándor and I concluded our exchange on church leadership with the following emails.  Though relatively short in length, they did touch on a vital question: What about the principle of “chief among equals”?  [For the full context of this post, … Continue reading

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On Church Leadership (an email exchange with Sándor Abonyi of Hungary) Pt.3: “Form Follows Function”

As Sándor’s and my conversation continued, I responded to what he had shared within a few weeks. In his reply, he interjected his further thoughts and comments into the body of what I had written. What follows is that composite … Continue reading

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