8 edition of Who Runs the Church?: 4 Views on Church Government (Counterpoints: Church Life) found in the catalog.
September 1, 2004
Written in English
|Contributions||Dr. Peter Toon (Contributor), Dr. L. Roy Taylor (Contributor), Dr. Paige Patterson (Contributor), Sam E. Waldron (Contributor), Steven B. Cowan (Editor), Stanley N. Gundry (Series Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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This illuminating collection presents and critiques four approaches: Episcopalianism, Presbyterianism, Single-Elder Congregationalism, and Plural-Elder Congregationalism.
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– Who Runs the Church. 4 Views on Church Government. This book is part of Zondervan’s Counterpoints series. The views represented are: Episcopalianism (by Peter Toon), Presbyterianism (by L. Roy Taylor), Single-Elder Congregationalism (by Paige Patterson), and Plural-Elder Congregationalism (by Samuel E.
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