‘Biblical Church: A Challenge to Unscriptural Traditions and Practice!’ by Beresford Job
Every once in a while a book comes along which not only challenges the foundations of accepted Christian understanding, it actually tears them up and replaces them with completely new ones. This is one such book. If you have assumed that you have an understanding of the New Testament teaching on church life and practice then this book will provoke you to reconsider your viewpoint on every level. Combining meticulously researched scholarship and exegesis with over thirty years of practical experience pioneering New Testament church life and practice, the author takes the reader on a journey of discovery to regain possibly the most important lost biblical truths and understandings since the time of the Reformers. “Biblical Church: A Challenge to Unscriptural Traditions and Practice!” will change your thinking forever and completely revolutionize your understanding of one of the most fundamental and important aspects of the teaching of scripture.
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‘Learning to Whistle! – Sketches on the Life and Times of Elijah the Prophet’ by Beresford Job
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If Beresford’s book about Biblical Church life deals with wineskins, then in this work he reveals how the Lord works in order to produce the wine of Jesus’ life within us. Detailing how God dealt with Elijah, the ministry of the Holy Spirit is revealed both in the aspect of His work in us as individuals, and in the context of our need for a biblically based corporate church life and experience. A deeply personal work, Beresford shares freely concerning the various ways the Lord has dealt with him throughout the years of his discipleship.