Should individual Christians be politically active or should the church as an institution be politically active? Join the whole cast and crew as they discuss (and debate) the doctrine of the Spirituality of the Church.

Timestamps:

Intro + Overview of the Doctrine of the Spirituality of the Church [0:00 – 6:40]

How the Church of England handles the doctrine while the Monarch is the head of the church [6:40 – 8:20]

Who disagrees with the doctrine [9:30 – 13:50]

Should individual Christians be politically active or should the church as an institution be politically active? [13:50 – 20:40]

The abuse of the doctrine + the potential issues with affirming or denying the doctrine [20:40 – 33:30]

The church’s authority [33:30 – 38:00]

Conclusion [38:00 – 41:00]

Resources mentioned:

Two Cheers for the Spirituality of the Church by Kevin DeYoung

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Posted by Caleb Wait

Caleb Wait (MATS, Westminster Seminary California) is a writer and the producer of Mere Fidelity. He and his wife Kristin have two children and live in Northern California. You can follow him on Twitter @calebwait and he invites you to email him at ciwait93@gmail.com.