A Tale of Two Governments Paperback
by Lael D Weinberger; Robert J Renaud;
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A Tale of Two Governments
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What does church discipline have to do with the separation of church and state?
At first glance, they seem like a strange combination: one, a relatively obscure church procedure, and the other, a hotly contested legal and political issue. But they have been forced together as a growing number of churches find themselves in court. Behind these court cases is an almost forgotten history of the relationship between church and state.
This story is an important one for every American who cares about religious freedom, and for every Christian who cares about the integrity of the church.
"A Tale of Two Governments, with wisdom and both legal and biblical fidelity, affirms the authority of both church and state, while demonstrating the lordship of Christ over all things. Insightful, practical and sound." - R.C. Sproul Jr, Ligonier Ministries.
"I highly recommend this book as a timely reminder of why American law (or any other) should not forget that there are two kingdoms God established to govern our world." - Scott Brister, Former Justice, Supreme Court of Texas.
"This book is a great contribution to educating people about our freedoms--and particularly the importance of church autonomy to religious freedom and the faith." - Kelly Shackelford, President and Chief Counsel, Liberty Institute.
A Tale of Two Governments by Lael D Weinberger; Robert J Renaud was published by Dunrobin Publishing in October 2012. The ISBN for A Tale of Two Governments is 9780983236382.
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|Page last updated||4th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Lael D Weinberger; Robert J Renaud|
|Publisher||Dunrobin Publishing (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||192|