Tag Archives: Christ the Foundation

“Affirmations” – A final word

I began this series speaking of the Church as a “spiritual organism” which is governed by the law of the “organic.”  As with all living organisms, the most essential element that determines its unique form, features, and functions is its … Continue reading

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Foundations of Restoration

Hey folks, David here. It’s been rather quiet around here for the past couple of months…I know.  As 2014 wrapped up and we headed into the new year, I felt a need to step back from blogging for a short … Continue reading

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Tradition, Scripture and the Church – Pt. 5: “Tradition and Restoration”

Note to readers: This post is a substantial conclusion, in length and content, to what I consider to be one of the most important series that I’ve posted to date on this blog.  I could have published this conclusion in … Continue reading

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Tradition, Scripture and the Church – Pt. 4: “Tradition and Apostasy”

In this post and the next, which will conclude this series, we will take a look at the power and place of Tradition in the Church as it relates to the two primary principles that will define the Church at … Continue reading

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