Article 3 of 5 in the series Fellowship
This is the third article on “Fellowship” which will outline the scriptural essentials relating to the important matter of biblical fellowship. The first article dealt with the framework of what is entailed in biblical fellowship and the importance of the Statement of Faith on this subject. The second article examined the New Testament warnings against error, and how this impacts fellowship practice. This third article will address the alternative views of those who teach “open” fellowship.
“The Open Christ: An Argument for Openness”
This is the title of Brother Duncan Heaster’s book arguing for an open fellowship. His first sentence declares: “I lay down a challenge in this book: Of a totally open table and a willingness to baptize whosoever will into Christ.”
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