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The Case for Antioch: A Biblical Model for a Transformational Church
by Jeff Iorg
Seminary president Jeff Iorg looks back at the New Testament church in Antioch to find a biblical model of what healthy churches should look like today. Advising a principled approach in the context of this comparison, he shares methods for measuring church health that are based on hard data as well as discernable spiritual realities. Key areas of discussion include a chur ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by B&H Books
(first published May 3rd 2011)
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Since I'm currently overseeing a church called Antioch, I was interested to read this book. This book surprised me because I hadn't realized that there were so many passages that refer to the church at Antioch in Scripture. The author uses the church as a model for how transformation occurs and I thought he did a great job. I didn't agree with how he interpreted a couple of things but aside from that, I really enjoyed the book.