Reproclaiming the Everlasting Gospel
In his booklet “A Revolutionary Gospel,” Lewis Benson writes of three stages of work that seventeenth-century Friends undertook: the first in the sequence was turning people to Christ through preaching the Word (the substance of vocal ministry), which reached to the witness of God in others (convincing/convicting of sin); the second stage was settling and establishing the newly convinced, which entailed repentance and amendment of life; and the third was building on this newly laid…Continue
Added by Patricia Dallmann on 1stMo. 24, 2016 at 14:37 — No Comments
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On the 1-9-2016 conference call we read and considered text from The Works of Fox, 1831, pp-75-77. (Note: this material is also available in C.D. format from www.foundationpublicationsnffusa.org/.) We covered such topics…Continue
Added by Ellis Hein on 1stMo. 12, 2016 at 14:21 — No Comments
Every serious Christian should read Lewis Benson's A Universal Christian Faith (formerly Catholic Quakerism) because it solves the problem of "I know what God requires but I don't have the power to carry it out." Who has not felt the tension between what the Bible spells out as Christian behavior and one's own moral impotence?
This inability to do right is the human condition apart from the direct guidance of God. And, though many Christians believe they get this…
Added by Rebecca Hein on 1stMo. 8, 2016 at 14:57 — No Comments