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Apostolic succession: Introduction

October 21, 2011

There are allot of issues to discuss between the reformed and the early church, but none so obvious of a departure than apostolic succession. It seems that the lack of evidence for authority in the reformed is a major issue that needs to be addressed as to how they even can carry the bible in their churches, and even more, how they can properly call themselves teachers of the doctrine of God. If they do not have any reason to stake a claim as to why they should have a position of authority, then they would be nothing more than fakes, or anti Christ’s, in that they are representing a church that they have no part in, and leading people, when they are not properly called by Christ Himself to lead his sheep. My next 4-5 posts will be addressing the issue of apostolic succession, and why the reformed need to stop arguing against Christ.

This outline will be similar to Felix L. Cirlot’s book on apostolic succession.  I will start with the historical criticism against apostolic succession, and then into the biblical criticism.  I am currently working on the first post of the historical criticism, and I hope I can post in in a few days.



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