All Service Done As Part Of Vocation Is Christian Service

A pastor remarked that there is no greater service than Christian service.

The pastor than limited Christian service to those instances where one directly shared the Gospel.

But given that we are not solely spiritual beings, shouldn’t service intending to meet these other needs if those are the specific fields one has been called to address as one’s vocation also be considered Christian service?

Do you really want a Christian fireman to be exegeting the Scriptures to you when he should be putting out your house fire? Wasn’t one of Protestantism’s initial goals to correct this kind of errant perspective that had crept into medieval Christianity?

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Would Graham Have Preferred To Meander Down The Canterbury Trail?

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A Harvard University Press biography of Billy Graham claims that, if the world’s most famous Baptist had his life to live over again, he would consider becoming an evangelical Anglican.

Such a spiritual and ecclesiastical path would have a number of things to commend it.

Foremostly, to be baptized into such a church, one would not necessarily have to be dunked underwater.

Anglicans also accept sprinkling and pouring as appropriate modalities of this primary Christian rite.

To Baptists, it is immersion or nothing at all.

Though identifying as Protestant and distinct from Roman Catholicism, Anglicanism is not so hostile to the other form of Western Christianity so as to forsake that which it is still capable of teaching the believer despite the shortcomings that have taken root in that particular theological expression over the centuries.

Some Baptists, on the other hand, are energized by little more than just how much they can stick it in the eye of the Church of Rome.

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