Erwin Lutzer: What is biblical Eldership?

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Erwin Lutzer, a member of the gospel coalition, gives a helpful account of biblical eldership in the Church.

One area he seems to emphasizes is plurality.  While there is much debate on whether a church needs to have multiple elders (Titus 1:5) or only one (1 Timothy 3), it certainly seems the wisest course of action to govern a church with multiple, qualified, sword wielding men who can stand shoulder to shoulder and guard the pen from wolves (and from the occasional sheep who believes their calling in life is to be snipers for Christ).

If you want to read more on the issue, an excellent resource we have found helpful in the area of eldership is Alexander Strauch’s book: Biblical Eldership.


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One Response to “Erwin Lutzer: What is biblical Eldership?”

  1. Kent Says:

    Have you seen the new Erwin W. Lutzer Collection (5 Vols.) from Logos Bible Software? I thought you might be interested!

    Erwin W. Lutzer Collection (5 Vols.)

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