"Church history is, like all other history, an account of what somebody sees, and the account becomes at most a conscientious interpretation. In spite of all effort, the historian must write as he sees with the facts which are at his command. The historian has not personally witnessed all that has taken place over the last two thousand years..." — BHK, Chapter 10, pp. 97-98.
THE CHURCH AND THE ORDINANCES
By Buell H. Kazee
Table of Contents
Concepts and Uses of the Word "Church"
The Universal-Invisible Church Theory Examined
A Church of Positive Identification
The Origin of the Church
The Church Developing
The Church Developing (Continued)
The Church Maturing
The Church and its Mission
"Picture Preaching and Table Talking"
The Problem of Baptism in History
The Question Which Divides Us
The Test of Church Fellowship
What Others Say
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