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3 April, 01:51

Explain the anabaptist view of the christian church as a community

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  1. 3 April, 02:02
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    The Anabaptist or Re-baptist regard the christian church as a convenient community. The corporate worship, mutual aid, fellowship and mutual accountability characterizes this community. They viewed Christ-centered community as the center of life.

    In today's world, Christians with Anabaptist perspective understand and practice Christian-centered community in three distinct ways:

    1. Forgiveness is essential for community.

    2. Scriptures are interpreted in community or we can say dialogue and group discernment as necessary for interpretation of scriptures.

    3. Small face-face groups are central to the life of Church.

    Believing in Jesus, belonging to church and behaving in a new way become real in the context of community.
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