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Christian responsibility in a world society

Christian responsibility in a world society

talks given at a conference in the Church House, Westminster, on November 15th 1962.

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Published by Wyndham Place Trust in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology, Christian.,
  • Church and social problems.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    ContributionsWyndham Place Trust.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18986164M

    Nathaniel Branden is able in this short book to share both theory and practical ideas for the reader to expand his awareness of life and its possibilities through developing these attributes. By the end of the book you are able to understand why he says that "an attitude of self-responsibility must be generated from within the individual."/5.   We have another responsibility, and this is the one that sometimes brings us into controversial areas. I personally believe in a separation of spheres of authority between the church and state. I think it is a marvelous structure in the United States of America that does not allow for the state to rule the church or the church to rule the state.

    While we are in this world we have a mission to carry out. We have been left some orders to obey. The same Bible that talks about Grace, Freedom, Forgiveness and that home in Heaven also tells us what our responsibilities are in this world. Let’s examine some of the major area’s that the Bible defines responsibility for the Christian. Christian Responsibility and Accountability Lesson 1 Lesson One The Concept of Christian Responsibility. The objective of these lessons is to extend the challenge to Christians to be sober. The objective is NOT to challenge Christians to be fearful. We as a society do not like responsibility. We as a society do not like accountability.

      We have seen what the Christian’s responsibility is in this world. We are not here to make the world more comfortable or moral; we are here to show sinners the life of Christ and then preach the word of life to them. The world does not have to love us in order for us to love them. c. The world does not have to love us in order for us to help it. As we view both our God and our society, we have a responsibility: 1. To continue to be the church we read about in the New Testament. 2. To defend the Bible as the all-inspired Word of God 3. To preach the.


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