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The Church and the Five-Fold Ministry: Should we put our trust in man?
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Ted Roberts | 6 comments The Church and the Five-Fold Ministry: Should we put our trust in man?
The Church and the Five-Fold Ministry Should we put our trust in man? by Ted Roberts
New Christian, Theological book now available . . . Is the modern-day Church exactly what it should be? Are pastors and various other ministers doing their job correctly for the saints of God? Have the ministers that we find ourselves under truly been ordained by the Lord? Should we put our trust in man? Is it okay to be organized, or to be under a denomination? Are all the saints of God equal in status, or even equal to the ministry that they find themselves under? Are we able to find the pattern of the modern Church addressed in the New Testament letters? Are we supposed to be rebuilding the early church, or the Temple of Jerusalem, or even the Tabernacle in the wilderness? Or, have those days already come and gone? Should we advance beyond what has already been in the past? Is the modern church building the only thing left for us this day and age? And, are the practices and rituals that we perform within the church building the ultimate goal of the modern-day Christian? Or, are we supposed to advance beyond the building to see what God may have in store for us in this vast world? These are some of the questions that will be addressed in this book . . . Follow along with Christian, theological author Ted Roberts as he explores these ideas, and more, in "The church and the five-fold Ministry: Should we put our trust in man? Carnal ordinances, part 1, A guide for both Minister and Layman."
Available in both Kindle Ebook and Trade paperback at Amazon.


message 2: by Stan (new)

Stan | 41 comments So many questions in that description that I got tired of reading it and have zero interesting in the book.


message 3: by Swantje (new)

Swantje (swan4) | 104 comments And I'm not under any minister or any other person. And definitely not under any denomination. And what's that with the church building, especially since many modern churches don't even have their own church building? The way the description is written I have no interest in the book, either.


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