[Ebook] ↠ The Other Six Days Author R. Paul Stevens – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Other Six Days Throughout History The Church Has Been Composed Of Two Types Of People Those Who Do Ministry And Those To Whom It Is Done In This Provocative Book R Paul Stevens Shows That The Clergy Laity Division Has No Basis In The New Testament And Challenges All Christians To Rediscover What It Means To Live Daily As God S People Exploring The Theological, Structural, And Cultural Reasons For Treating Laypeople As The Objects Of Ministry, Stevens Argues Against The Idea Of Clericalism All Christians Are Called To Live In Faith, Hope, And Love, And To Do God S Work In The Church And World This Biblical Perspective Has Serious Implications For The Existing Attitudes And Practices Of Many Churches As Well As For Our Understanding Of Ministry Stevens Shows That The Task Of Churches Today Is To Equip People For Ministry In Their Homes, Workplaces, And Neighborhoods.Written By A Scholar And Pastor Well Known As An Active Advocate For The Whole People Of God, This Thought Provoking Book Made Even Useful With The Inclusion Of Case Studies And Study Questions At The End Of Each Chapter Offers Inspiring Reading For Anyone Interested In What The Christian Life Holds For The Other Six Days Of The Week.


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10 thoughts on “The Other Six Days

  1. says:

    I had in my hands the original English book and its Brazilian Portuguese version at the same time The translation is awful Published by Editora Ultimato, the PT BR version of the book omits all notes originally made by the author with his text and put them in the end of the book, it has a


  2. says:

    I finally finished reading this book It took forever to read I have lots of thoughts about this book, so here goes In lots of ways I feel like I wasn t the target audience for this book The church tradition I grew up in doesn t have a clergy The preaching is usually done by a paid preacher,


  3. says:

    A biblical theological foundation for the ministry of all Christian believers, over against a long standing tradition of diving clergy and laity in matters of actual service to God Stevens has the Western mostly North American Christianity in mind, and does a fair response to the question...


  4. says:

    Stevens draws some excellent conclusions about the laity clergy division and how a Biblical model of these two factions should look He goes on to add insight into ministry and how each one of us fits into the bigger picture This is a very encouraging book and gave me opportunity to reflect on my


  5. says:

    Intriguing book on the spiritual value of everyday work in fields NOT associated with the ministry Quite academic and high concept, and when it attempts to explain some of its ideas, it comes off feeling a little circular in its logic Nonetheless, an essential read on this topic.


  6. says:

    I found the last 2 3 chapters very interesting but as a whole I thought the book was just OK.


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