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Corrective church discipline is a fading aspect of church life within modern Evangelicalism. The topic concerns the helpful response of church leadership to pastorally oversee church members who have fallen into deep-seated sin. This book explores the diminishment of corrective church discipline among evangelical churches, with specific focus upon the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. The findings and conclusions are helpful not only for Presbyterian congregations, but also Baptist and Independent churches as well. The author asserts that a fresh appreciation for the significance of corrective discipline may be found in careful biblical study coupled with Reformation thought—as revealed in men like John Calvin and John Knox—as well as one of the doctrinal standards of the Reformation, "The Westminster Confession of Faith."
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Don E. Galardi (M.A.T.S., Reformed Theological Seminary; D.R.S., Trinity Theological Seminary) is a minister within the Midwest Presbytery of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, serving in his thirty-fifth year as a pastor of Community EPC in Owosso, Michigan. He is a former moderator of the Midwest Presbytery and serves as a grader of ordination exams for his denomination. He has taught theological studies throughout Colombia and Bolivia, S.A., and in Tyumen, Siberia.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1519372736