Category: Ecclesiology

Bible Church Boerne

The Plurality of Biblical Eldership

Church government is an often overlooked doctrine in the modern church. Yet, how the church is lead and governed was not a small matter in the New Testament. Right at the Church’s beginning there was structure and organization. The first church members held to the apostle’s teaching and observed the Lord’s Supper together (Acts 2:42,

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Bible Church Boerne

Do Apostles Exist Today?

Are there Apostles today in the church? The basic meaning of the term “apostle” in Greek means the “sent ones” or “messengers.” But for our purposes, we are not considering this general category of New Testament messengers but rather the specific group of “apostles of Jesus Christ.” These are individuals who were appointed and authorized

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Ecclesiology

3 Reasons to Study Ecclesiology

How practical is studying the doctrine of the church (ecclesiology)? Is it a waste time and only for seminarians? Mark Dever thinks it’s critical when he writes, “It is the most visible part of Christian theology, and it is vitally connected with every other part. A distorted church usually coincides with a distorted gospel.” Ecclesiology

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