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Presbyterianism Re-asserted By Mark Hausam
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Presbyterianism and denominationalism are naturally mortal enemies. Presbyterianism calls for one visible church of Christ, while denominationalism is satisfied with multiple visible churches of... More > Christ. Presbyterianism calls for a collegial presbyerate governing the universal church, while denominationalism requires no formal mutual submission between denominations. In this book, Mark Hausam takes a close look at the system of Presbyterian church government (both in terms of its biblical foundations and its historic articulations) and examines its implications for how divided denominations should relate to each other. The conclusion is that denominational division is a far more serious matter than many in modern Reformed churches would like to think, and that the toleration of denominationalism common in many Reformed circles raises the question of how consistent our Presbyterian practice in this area really is.< Less
Why Christianity Is True By Mark Hausam
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In this book, Mark Hausam attempts to lay out a systematic case for the Christian worldview. After mounting an attack on the agnostic assumptions so prevalent in modern western culture which tell us... More > that it is hopeless to try to find out what is objectively true in ultimate matters, Hausam lays out a thorough argument for the existence of God, followed by a demonstration of how the fact that God exists leads logically to the truth of the Christian worldview, and finally concludes with a look at various objections that are often raised against the Christian worldview and, more importantly, at the basic methodology one ought to adopt in dealing with such objections.< Less
No Grounds for Divorce: Why Protestants (and Everyone Else) Should Return to the Unity of the Catholic Church By Mark Hausam
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Church splits are a terrible thing. Since the Protestant Reformers split from the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century, the Christian world has been divided into a large number of divergent... More > church bodies and traditions. In this book, Mark Hausam makes the case that the Protestant split from the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century was unjustified, and that continuing separation from the Catholic Church remains unjustified today. This book calls all Christians to return to the unity, authority, and faith of the Church Christ himself founded.< Less

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