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The Seed Plot of the Assembly, Part 1 – Matthew 18:15-17

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“Moreover if thy brother shall trespass against thee, go and tell him his fault between thee and him alone: if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained thy brother.But if he will not hear thee, then take with thee one or two more, that in the mouth of two or three witnesses every word may be established.And if he shall […]

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Me and My Attitude Toward the Assembly

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Scripture, by varying examples, has furnished us with a vast array of different views toward God’s house; there are some bad examples and some good examples. Of course, there is only one right one, which is His. The question remains for us, then, what attitude we will take, whether it be one consistent with the crowd or consistent with God. […]

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Presuppositions of Assembly Truth

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Coming to from understanding (1) that assembly truth exists and (2) that it is extremely important to understand, we now need to ask ourselves: on what basis must we study assembly doctrine in Scripture? The reason so many denominational differences exist today is because many have built their local church doctrine on the wrong foundation. This is where presuppositions come […]

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Assembly Truth: Assessing Its Place

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Though it may be obvious that truth itself exists – even assembly truth – one might still ask “Is it that important to uphold? Is it a big deal if we don’t get it right?” Or an even more sensitive question might arise: “Do I have the right to judge the practices of certain denominations just because their pattern is […]

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Assembly Truth: Back to the Basics

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Relativism is the assertion that truth is relative and not absolute or objective: at one point in history this was actually frowned upon by local churches in North America and Europe. One easily saw its folly by seeing the simple logic trap of asserting absolutely that absolute truth did not exist, thus being a contradiction in and of itself. Since […]

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