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Why So Many Denominations?



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By Mark Finley, Steven Mosley

ISBN: 0816321957 | 80 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2006

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Why So Many Denominations?
Oddly enough, it’s because Christians spend so much time emphasizing what the New Testament doesn’t. The apostles eloquently urge us to worship Christ. And we argue about forms and rituals instead of simply worshiping Him from overflowing hearts.

This is no new development. Jesus spoke to the religious leaders of His day, and to those in all ages, when He said, “ ‘ “In vain they worship Me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men” ’ ” (Mark 7:7, NKJV).

The vision of the four horsemen in the book of Revelation reveals the condition of the Christian church from the era of the apostles to the end of time. Much of this time period has already passed. What does the future hold?

Why So Many Denominations?

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Why So Many Denominations?
Oddly enough, it’s because Christians spend so much time emphasizing what the New Testament doesn’t. The apostles eloquently urge us to worship Christ. And we argue about forms and rituals instead of simply worshiping Him from overflowing hearts.

This is no new development. Jesus spoke to the religious leaders of His day, and to those in all ages, when He said, “ ‘ “In vain they worship Me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men” ’ ” (Mark 7:7, NKJV).

The vision of the four horsemen in the book of Revelation reveals the condition of the Christian church from the era of the apostles to the end of time. Much of this time period has already passed. What does the future hold?

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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Mark Finley


Mark Finley is the former speaker-director of It Is Written. He has written more than 70 books and has traveled the world as an international evangelist. 

 
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Steven Mosley


In his work as a Christian television scriptwriter for more than a decade, Steven Mosley has accumulated a wealth of experience in sharing biblical truth dramatically and forcefully. He has helped some of the most well-known voices in Christian media improve their presentations.

Steven has more than 150 production and script credits in television, radio and film. He was the Grand Prize winner in Insight’s 1986 writing contest, and his articles have appeared in many other Christian publications. Steven combines computer graphics with a vivid, personal sharing style in his innovative "Wield the Word Seminar" series.

His major published books include God: a Biography (Questar), A Tale of Three Virtues (Questar), There I Go Again (Word), A Language for the Heart (Pacific Press®), If Only God Would Answer (NavPress), Burned Out on Being Good, and Your Religion Is Too Small (Pacific Press®).

Steven grew up in Mexico and Colombia and was blessed with loving, godly parents. During his college years he was greatly influenced by Campus Crusade for Christ. His background is in the Seventh-day Adventist church, but he has deep feelings for, and a unique ministry to, the evangelical church in general. "Teaching Bible and making evangelistic films in Japan taught me a great deal about communicating with people who are profoundly secular."