Author: MacArthur, John
Genre: Theology - Ecclesiology
Tags: Christian Living / Cross / Discipleship, Church

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

This is a 1991 Moody Press  book which is a remake of an earlier Study Notes titled, The Anatomy of a Church.  If, ten years ago, you thought MacArthur was a radical on church polity, you may see him today as a forthright conservative.  Though differing with him in some matters of Baptist distinctives, MacArthur is refreshing to read in matters of culture, worship and Christian witness.     For example, he writes, “For many Christians the nearest they come to penetrating their community is driving to church in a car that has a fish sticker on the back window.  We try to live our testimony rather than speak it.  But no one ever got to heaven just because someone lived his testimony in front of him.  Sooner or later you’ve got to give them the words of the gospel.”

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