In part 2 of 2 of Sin, Salvation, and Sanctification: A Blueprint for the 21st Century Church, we look at The World Changing Church.
We show how churches can affect true and lasting positive social change. This can only be accomplished by making people aware of sin which is the root cause of all of the world’s problems.
From there we advocate that churches teach and preach the saving grace of God from sin. Lastly, we propose that churches proclaim the doctrine of sanctification, that by it believers will strive to be more like Christ.
These are what lead the 21st Century Church into a glorious future for God’s kingdom. The common denominator of these strategies lies in a commitment to the Bible and preaching God’s Word alone.
Ultimately, this blueprint of sin, salvation and sanctification, lets the church send kingdom citizens back into the world where they will in turn influence it for the better.
Though this approach, the church will change the world one heart at a time.
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Image Credit: Eighteen Views of Rome: Santa Maria in Via Lata, 1665. Lievin Cruyl (Flemish, c. 1640-c. 1720). The Cleveland Museum of Art, Dudley P. Allen Fund 1943.263