Leading Members to a Convictional Understanding of the Historic Doctrinal Emphases of Churches of Christ at the Concord Road Church of Christ, Brentwood, Tennessee
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SubjectChurches of Christ--Doctrines
Churches of Christ--History
Restoration movement (Christianity)
This project seeks to rebuild the doctrinal foundations of the Concord Road Church of Christ. Chapter one introduces the Concord Road Church and the theological identity crisis among Churches of Christ. Chapter two provides a biblical and theological rationale for promoting obedience to God in all aspects of church life as one of the highest goals for the individual Christian and the local church. It also seeks to biblically establish the validity of restoration as a theological principle. Chapter three amplifies the current theological identity crisis in Churches of Christ with a discussion of specifics. It also connects the crisis to the larger contemporary American church culture which seems to downplay doctrine more so than previous generations. Chapter four explains the process used to implement the project. Chapter five analyzes and evaluates the results of the project.