Sermon Audio (1/19/14): Our Rhythms — Fellowship
January 21st, 2014 | John Chandler
We continue a series exploring our rhythms and practices together. Chris Morton talks to us about Fellowship, and our desire to refresh a word that has gone stale.
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“How is it possible that the gospel should be credible, that people should come to believe that the power which has the last word in human affairs is represented by a man hanging on a cross?
I am suggesting that the only answer, the only hermeneutic of the gospel, is a congregation of men and women who believe it and live by it.
I am, of course, not denying the importance of the many activities by which we seek to challenge public life with the gospel– evangelistic campaigns, distribution of Bibles and Christian literature, conferences, and even books such as this one.
But I am saying that these are all secondary, and that they have power to accomplish their purpose only as they are rooted in and lead back to a believing community.”
Lesslie Newbigin, The Gospel in a Pluralist Society