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underground church accounts of Christian revolutionaries in action by Edward E. Plowman

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Published by D. C. Cook Pub. Co. in Elgin, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Non-institutional churches.,
  • Youth -- Religious life.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Edward E. Plowman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBV601.9 .P57
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p.
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5221182M
LC Control Number75147214

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Underground Church is more than just a book it is a true story that is unfolding about Brave ideas, brave people, and brave structures and the ways that they are, and are becoming, a beautiful expression of the beloved community of Jesus Christ in their context and time in history/5. The Underground Church demystifies the Chinese house church movement, with real-life examples and personal testimonies from Chinese Christians. The movement's unique characteristics, both good and bad, are addressed; as well as how they have led to the church's astonishing growth. Be amazed at what God is doing in China!Pages: Want a different type of church? The Underground Story demonstrates a brave new future for our hurting world. Our approach to church structures is unique, distinct, and we believe a gift to serve new movements of church. An underground church can be compared to a tree: its trunk, branches and leaves are only half of the picture. The unnoticed half, the underground root system, nourishes the whole tree and keeps it healthy. The underground church, I began to realize, was to consist of believers gathered together through a structure of small cell groups meeting.

Book review: The Underground Church: Nonviolent Resistance to the Vatican Empire by Kathleen Kautzer. The Underground Church demystifies the Chinese house church movement, with real-life examples and personal testimonies from Chinese Christians. The movement’s unique characteristics—both good and bad—are addressed, as well as how they have led to the church’s astonishing growth. Read and be amazed at what God is doing in China!Format: Ebook. Book Review – Tomáš Halík: From the Underground Church to Freedom: University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, Indiana Tomáš Halík is a Czech Roman Catholic priest, philosopher, theologian and social scientist. He has also practised for many years as a psychotherapist. a type of church that has the same general theology as christian churches and believes in the same God (the trinity: father, son, holy spirit) as your local baptist church, except these churches are filled with subcultural christians. the punks, goths, hardcore kids, bikers, hippies, etc generally gather here. The main difference in these churches, besides the obvious outer appearance of .