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eldership a study in the official and individual privilege and responsiblity [sic] of the elder in the Christian Church by John Henry Riddell

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Published by United Church Pub. House in Toronto .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Elders (Church officers)

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Edition Notes

Other titlesEldership in the history, life and progress of the Christian church., The eldership in the history, life and progress of the Christian church
Statementby J.H. Riddell ; with introduction by Sidney E. Smith.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBV680 R52 1946
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 78 p.
Number of Pages78
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16802268M

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This book is a light filled summary of the biblical 'job description' for elders in the church. The base assumption is that an elder is a pastor-teacher, that is, an under shepherd of Jesus. It assumes some elders are paid by the church, but most are not/5(). This set includes Strauch's Classic Biblical Eldership and the Companion Workbook. Biblical Eldership Book and Study Guide by Alexander Strauch Hear .   According to the New Testament, elders are responsible for the primary leadership and oversight of a church. The function and role of an elder is well summarized by Alexander Strauch in his book Biblical Eldership: “Elders lead the church.   He uses the first section of the book to present five biblical observations about what eldership looks like, contending that biblical eldership is pastoral (or shepherd) leadership, shared leadership, male leadership, qualified leadership, and servant leadership.

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