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We will review the latest book by Archbishop Henry as well as discuss future books that are being develop. We will also look at the various books he has available that can enhance your ministry and bless your church.
The latest book is titled - Is Apostolic Succession Biblical?
Other books we have 2013 COAAB Syllabus, 2014 COAAB Syllabus, 2015 COAAB Syllabus, Episcopal Formation, The Liturgy
Books to be release THE APOSTLESHIP: FOUNDATION OF THE EPISCOPACY, CLERICAL GARMENTS AND PROTOCOL
You can obtain the books online. all are on Amazon.com. Some are available on Kindle. You can get them through the COAAB website. www.coaab.org
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There is much debate on this topic. People on both sides of this topic have argued for and against it. But is there biblical evidence for apostolic succession? If so, then what does the Bible say on this topic.
What was apostolic succession originally?
How is it viewed NOW by the Ancient Churches?
Can Protestant Churches have apostolic succession?
Is there a real difference between Historic Apostolic Succession, Apostolic Succession and Reformed Apostolic Succession?
Does apostolic succession EQUAL valid orders for all? Or is there a more to this than meet the eye?
We take a second look at Apostolic Succession and see what the Holy Scriptures have to say on the subject.
We will also examine the early fathers of the church and people throughout the history of the church to see what they have to say on the matter.
We will give a 3-fold definition of Succession and see how it applies ot the church today
We will address succession of the chair verse succession of the hands
and so much more.
We are currently writing a booklet that highlights the various teachings on this subject and how we as Pentecostals, Baptists and others should approach this topic.
As always check out our website at www.coaab.org
We live in a world where increasing numbers of people have become disillusioned with religion and particularly with Christianity. I believe that the reason for this phenomenon has more to do with the teachings of established religion than with the teachings of Jesus. I believe that if people, particularly our younger generations, understood what Jesus really taught they would become part of what I like to call the New Jesus Movement. Recent studies show that it is Christianity that is being rejected by them. But, as hard as it may be for some people to accept Jesus was not a Christian. So a rejection of Christianity does not necessarily mean a rejection of what Jesus taught. It is my belief that if this generation were presented with his actual teaching much of the disillusionment would be replaced by excitement and commitment.
What is Apostolic Succession?
What it is not?
How to authentically claim succession?
Can one celebrate a Wesleyan Liturgy as many Pentecostals do and still claim apostolic succession legitimately?
Was John Wesley a Bishop?
Why are folks running after succession?
Why do Pentecostals need Succession?
What good is succession for Pentecostals?
What are you saying when you chase succession?
Since legitimacy seem to be the buss-word these days, it provokes the question - Can Pentecostals really have Apostolic Succession? We will look at what it is? What it isn't? And how can one truly claim Apostolic Succession?
Some of you might need to ask for a refund!!!!
Witness: January 6th Teaching Sciences in 2016 and Beyond
As we roll into 2016 on Witness, I thought it would be fitting to take a look toward the next generation again, and see how they are going to guide us into the environmental and science front into the future. This time, from the teacher’s perspective. My two good friends who will be on the show Wednesday night are both teachers in High Schools. They both are ex-aquarium employees as well, so they have had years of field and laboratory experiences to draw from in the classroom. These two guests (Not to be named), both have extremely strong environmental ideals, and try to guide the classroom discussions and lessons into hands on learning experiences designed to guide students into critical thinking and good scientific practices.
I am looking forward to getting an honest perspective on how they see their prospective students becoming the future scientists of America. I’ll be asking some tough questions about lessons, common core, “No child left behind learning”, etc. I really want to know if these students are prepared to become the future, or if they are going to become the next unprepared voters of America.
Do the kids recycle, how can you teach this? What’s more important, Grades, test scores or life lessons? I look back to my own middle and High school years, and the missed opportunities I see now in retrospect. Will these kids be in the same position when they have kids of their own?
On Wednesday January 6th at 9pm est,8pm cst and 6pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.
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