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eBook Upon This Rock: A Baptist Understanding of the Church ePub

by Jason G. Duesing

  • ISBN: 080544999X
  • Category: Protestantism
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Jason G. Duesing
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: B&H Academic (October 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1678 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1114 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 721

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Jason G. Duesing is chief of staff in the Office of the President as well as assistant professor of Historical Theology at. .In this work, "Upon This Rock" supports and defends the establishment and work of the local autonomous church.

Jason G. Duesing is chief of staff in the Office of the President as well as assistant professor of Historical Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (SWBTS) in Fort Worth, Texas. Thomas White is vice president of student services and communications as well as associate professor of Systematic Theology at SWBTS. This book is written by men defending the autonomous local church amid a church culture of universal church theology where the importance of the visible assembly of believers is minimized.

He is also a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and regular contributor to Baptist Press. Duesing is married to Kalee, and together they have two sons of Adam and two daughters of Eve.

Upon This Rock gathers those presentations and answers such questions as:, What is the basis for our denominational . Jason G. Duesing, Thomas White, Malcolm B. Yarnell. Upon this Rock I Will Build My Church A 1 Theological

Upon This Rock gathers those presentations and answers such questions as:, What is the basis for our denominational distinctives?, Are they merely a collection of faded traditions or true doctrinal necessities rooted in the Bible alone?, . A recent conference at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary featured speakers addressing topics set forth in the article on The Church in the Southern Baptist Convention’s Baptist Faith and Message statement. Upon this Rock I Will Build My Church A 1 Theological. 24. Crucial Baptist Distinctive 2.

A recent conference at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary featured speakers addressing topics set forth in the article on "The Church" in the Southern Baptist Convention's Baptist Faith and Message statement

A recent conference at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary featured speakers addressing topics set forth in the article on "The Church" in the Southern Baptist Convention's Baptist Faith and Message statement.

Publication Name: Upon This Rock: A Baptist Understanding of the Church. This paper seeks to argue that the life and work of L. Russ Bush III (1944–2008) made a significant contribution in the return of the Southern Baptist Convention to its theologically conservative heritage specifically in the early reformation of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary from theological liberalism. Duesing is chief of staff in the office of the president, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Malcolm B. Yarnell III is associate professor of systematic theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of The Formation of Christian Doctrine.

Contributors include Malcolm B Yarnell III ( Upon This Rock I Will Build My Church: A Theological .

Contributors include Malcolm B Yarnell III ( Upon This Rock I Will Build My Church: A Theological Exposition of Matthew 16:13-20 ), Paige Patterson ( Observing the Two Ordinances of Christ ), Thomas and Joy White ( Church Officers and Gender: Can Women Be Pastors? Or Deacons? ) and Bart Barber ( A Denomination of Churches: Biblical and Useful ) as well as Jason G. Duesing, David Allen, Emir F. Caner, James Leo Garrett, J. and Byron McWilliams.

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Upon this rock: a Baptist understanding of the church. 2010, B & H Academic. Libraries near you: WorldCat.

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Jason Duesing serves as the academic Provost and Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Upon this Rock: The Baptist Understanding of the Church - B&H Academic, 2010. Restoring Integrity in Baptist Churches - (Kregel, 2008). He came to MBTS after serving for more than a decade on the administrative leadership team and faculty at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Duesing earned his P. in Historical Theology and Baptist Studies from Southwestern Seminary in 2008. First Freedom: The Baptist Perspective on Religious Liberty - (B&H Academic, 2007).

A recent conference at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary featured speakers addressing topics set forth in the article on “The Church” in the Southern Baptist Convention’s Baptist Faith and Message statement. Upon This Rock gathers those presentations and answers such questions as:• What is the basis for our denominational distinctives?• Are they merely a collection of “faded traditions” or true doctrinal necessities rooted in the Bible alone?• Are they theologically rich cornerstones of faith that easily transcend time, culture, and preference?Contributors include Malcolm B Yarnell III (“Upon This Rock I Will Build My Church: A Theological Exposition of Matthew 16:13-20”), Paige Patterson (“Observing the Two Ordinances of Christ”), Thomas and Joy White (“Church Officers and Gender: Can Women Be Pastors? Or Deacons?”) and Bart Barber (“A Denomination of Churches: Biblical and Useful”) as well as Jason G. Duesing, David Allen, Emir F. Caner, James Leo Garrett, Jr., and Byron McWilliams.

Comments

Felolak Felolak
GREAT READ
Wilalmaine Wilalmaine
Wonderful Seminary Resource!
Cordaron Cordaron
I bought this book for a reading assignment for my class. However, I found it to be interesting and relevant.
Dianalmeena Dianalmeena
Anything written by Duesing is worth reading if you're interested in Baptist history. In this work, "Upon This Rock" supports and defends the establishment and work of the local autonomous church. This book is written by men defending the autonomous local church amid a church culture of universal church theology where the importance of the visible assembly of believers is minimized. They write to an audience where individualism, claiming little need for assembly with other believers, runs rampant. For that reason, this book feels slanted toward local church ecclesiology over universal church ecclesiology. Nevertheless, the authors do a good job of trying to promote the significance of the assembly of believers from a biblical and historical perspective and work hard not to undercut local or universal church doctrine.

If you're like many people who claim that you don't need to go to church to worship God, this book is for you!
Ylal Ylal
Great book!