by John Mark Hicks, Johnny Melton, & Bobby Valentine
As a companion volume to Come to the Table and Down in the River to Pray, this book completes a trilogy on the three "ordinances" of the Stone-Campbell Movement. A Gathered People is an in-depth biblical, historical, and theological study of the Christian assembly or Lord's Day. It examines Hebrew assemblies in the Old Testament, Christian assemblies in the New Testament, the changing nature of assemblies in Christian history, and the assembly in the Stone-Campbell heritage. It concludes with a theological argument about the nature and purpose of the assembly, and reflections on Christian assemblies today.
Alexander Campbell taught that there were three "ordinances" in the Christian faith—The Lord's Supper, Baptism & the Lord's Day. This series "revisions" those ordinances and helps us better understand our relationship to our Father God.
The other two books of this series are: Come to the Table: Revisioning the Lord's Supper by John Mark Hicks and Down in the River to Pray: Revisioning Baptism as God's Transforming Power by John Mark Hicks and Greg Taylor.
John Mark Hicks is professor of theology at Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tennessee. He holds a Ph.D. in Reformation and Post-Reformation History from Westminster Theological Seminary.
Johny Melton has ministered with churches in North Carolina, Mississippi, and Indiana for more than 35 years. He holds a D.Min. from Erskine Theological Seminary.
Bobby Valentine is a minister in Tucson, Arizona. He holds an M.A. in church history and an M.Div. from Harding Graduate School of Religion.
Dimensions (inches): 8.25 x 5.5
Weight (pounds): 0.55