With a detailed look at ancient primary sources, Keeping the Faith examines the history of the Christian church through the first three centuries. It identifies how and why the simple discipleship of the first century church evolved into the highly structured institutional church. Keeping the Faith also considers how those same processes operate in the lives of Christians today.
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John Engler has delved deeply into Biblical issues for almost twenty years. He has been a minister and has helped begin churches and ministries around the United States. As a Bible study leader, he has aided numerous people. John resides in the metropolitan Denver area with his wife Patricia and their three children while he works as an engineer.Review:
What I appreciate most about Keeping the Faith is that John Engler writes with an Indiana Jones sense of intrigue and adventure, striving to turn over every piece of evidence. This work is often captivating, always relevant and filled with the right questions. In addition, John has handled even the most challenging material in such a way as to learn positive lessons. Thus, the title Keeping the Faith describes what many readers will be more empowered to do. -- Steven Staten, Bible Teacher
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