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Michael D. O’Neil, Peter Elliott and the Australian College of Theology’s recent book on the Contemporary Church

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“Rumors of the church’s demise abound. Yet, if we open our eyes, we see that churches are being born and renewed at an astonishing rate, in almost every culture on the planet. Many of these churches are transforming neighborhoods while proclaiming the person and the gospel of Jesus Christ. This book will inspire you to see the church afresh—Christ’s vessel for healing the world.”
Graham Joseph Hill (Principal, Stirling Theological College) writes in a review of the recent book, Beyond Four Walls: Explorations in Being the Church.
Michael D. O’Neil, Peter Elliott and the Australian College of Theology’s book reveals many of the ways the contemporary Church remains an integral part of God’s redemptive purposes being worked out in the world, and that God’s call to the church is now what it has always been: to be the faithful people of God, bearing joy-filled witness to the resurrection of Jesus Christ in word, worship, and work, in its corporate life, and in the lives of each of its members.


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