Published October 1990
by Inheritance Publications .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||464|
USED- Schilder's Struggle for the Unity of the Church (Van Reest) -USED Author: Van Reest, Rudolf. Klaas Schilder is remembered both for his courageous stand in opposition to Nazism, which led to his imprisonment three months after the Nazis overran The Netherlands in , and for his role in the Church struggle in The Netherlands, which culminated in with the suspension of scores of office-bearers and the formation of the liberated Reformed Churches. Oct 04, · The Story of Unity [James Dillet Freeman] on cyrusofficial.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Charles R. Fillmore, grandson of the founders of Unity, calls The Story of Unity "both a factual and fascinating account of how a courageous American couple gave the world a new practical approach to Christianity at a time when it was badly needed."/5(10). Unity and Struggle book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Cabral is among the great figures of our time—these texts provide /5.
I recently read a book titled So-Called Christian by Jim Turner. This book is part confession, part exhortation. In it, Jim Turner confesses to his own sins of pride, jealousy, and discord, and explain how he came to see that such behavior is not only damaging to himself and his relationships, but also to the church at large and the church’s witness to the world. The Philippians’ struggle with unity was not unique; there were problems with unity from the inception of the church. In Acts one of the issues was cultural. The church was caring for Greek widows and Hebrew widows, but while distributing the food, the Greek widows were being left out.1/ If people will truly follow after the Spirit of God, they can operate in unity, because the Spirit of God will give them unity. Unity begins to break down when man's selfishness enters the picture. One of the signs of apostasy (falling from the truth) in the Christian Church is the bickering and disunity among Christians. Jesus said that the world would know that we were His disciples by the love that we have for one another (John ). In Col. , it says that love is the perfect bond of unity.
Jan 25, · Charles Fillmore died in , and the Unity School and Association of Unity Churches (founded as the Unity Ministers Association in ) continued, growing into a worldwide movement. The Unity Church is rooted in the concepts of metaphysical or “divine” healing. Apr 01, · Theodore Plantinga. Schilder’s Struggle for the Unity of the Church. Neerlandia, Alberta, Canada: Inheritance Publications, The Golden Age of Dutch Theology came in the person of Kuyper, yet within Kuyper were the seeds of its own destruction. The younger generation either went with the worst of Kuyper’s theology or with liberal Protestantism. Unity in the Christian church has been a challenging thing since the earliest days of Christianity. The importance of getting Christian belief and behavior right, coupled with the open-to-interpretation nature of much of Scripture, leads to VERY strong feelings and uncompromising convictions on all manner of Christian theology and praxis. I grew up in a church that went through a major church split where the church was divided into 2 almost equal parts. Unity did not prevail in this instance. And unity is not always easy. I knew one fellow believer that once was describing another member of our church .