The Committee on Committees; Robert Jones and chapter Believ

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The Committee on Committees; Robert Jones and chapter Believ

Postby Stephen Fox » Sat Sep 26, 2020 12:35 pm

Believin. What he does in that chapter with the local church Committee on committees is a jewel.

I was apprehensive with all the talk about this book and set myself up to be disappointed, Jones White Too Long. It Delivers. Wish I had written a good third of it myself as he is eloquent with much of what has frustrated, disturbed my Baptist pilgrimage.

Many reviews are easily googled but If I were you I would start with the several at

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