Church Discipline Hardback
How the Church Protects the Name of Jesus
by Jonathan Leeman;
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Jonathan Leeman helps us face the endless variety of circumstances and sins for which no scriptural case study exists, sins that donít show up on any list and need a biblical framework to be corrected appropriately in love.
Here is a contemporary and concise how-to guide that provides a theological framework for understanding and implementing disciplinary measures in the local church, along with several examples of real-life situations and the corresponding responses.
Church Discipline by Jonathan Leeman was published by Crossway in April 2012. The ISBN for Church Discipline is 9781433532337.
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“Leeman airs the dirty laundry of our lives and talks about how to clean it up. He ventures into the tough area of pastoral application, which is sure to rouse good discussions, but again and again I found myself convinced. You will not fail to be helped by this book. Brief and biblical, wise and practical—this is the book on church discipline we’ve been looking for.” — Mark Dever, Senior Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, Washington DC; President, 9Marks
“Far too few biblically grounded, pastorally sensitive books on church discipline remain in print today. I know of none that is as exegetically accurate, practically relevant, and filled with real-life case studies of how churches should deal with a wide variety of common situations. On top of all this, Leeman is helpfully succinct and remarkably clear. Highly recommended!” — Craig L. Blomberg, Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Denver Seminary
“This book is an outstanding, one-of-a-kind theological work. Leeman has shown that church discipline is an essential dimension of the disciple-making process, and thus an extension of the preaching of the gospel itself. He shows that our overly-narrow focus on the ‘number of decisions’ might actually be hindering us from guiding people in the repentance that leads to life. I believe this will be the definitive work on church discipline, and our elders plan to use this work as our guide.” — J. D. Greear, Lead Pastor, The Summit Church, Durham, North Carolina
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|Page last updated||27th July 2016|
|Author / Artist||Jonathan Leeman|
|Publisher||Crossway (April 2012)|
|Number of Pages||144|