"Glorifying God by Teaching the Church to Reach the World"
"Glorifying God by Teaching the Church to Reach the World"
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  • The Tension Between Biblical Purity And Cultural Relevance In Seeker Churches
    • Today, many churches put a greater emphasis on reaching the unchurched through contemporary services. Most of them are experiencing success in reaching greater numbers of unchurched people and seeing them become followers of Christ. However, there are also voices of concern and criticism asserting that, far from building the church, this style of ministry is detracting from the Biblical ideal of the church. The purpose of this thesis is to describe the tension between cultural relevance and Biblical purity, to identify and evaluate concerns with this approach, and to offer suggestions as to how seeker churches can maintain Biblical purity. Using bibliographic research, it takes a look at the potential compromises of Biblical purity in adopting a seeker-focused approach to ministry and argues that it is possible to be culturally relevant and to maintain Biblical purity.
    • Unpublished doctoral thesis at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary 1999
      © 1999 Peter James Grant All Rights Reserved
  • Tough Questions About Life: Meaning, Doubt, and Suffering
    • © 2000 Peter James Grant All Rights Reserved
    • Originally published as Chapter 4 “The Priority of Aplogetics in the Church” in the book, “Is Your Church Ready?: Motivating Leaders to Live an Apologetic Life" edited by Ravi Zacharias and Norman Geisler (Zondervan 2003)
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