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How can The Salvation Army justify non-adherence to
Therefore go and
make disciples of all nations,
baptising them in the name of
the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,
Matthew 28 v19
The Sacraments and the Bible
The personal review written by Troy Walker
Newcastle Worship and Community Centre Corps, NSW Australia
'What a refreshing, Biblically sound approach to this subject...'
I received a copy of The Sacraments and the Bible by Captain Phil Layton yesterday and as it is only 55 pages stayed up late last night and read it through.
What a refreshing, Biblically sound approach to this subject...this book will take it's place on my book case along with Chosen to be a Solider and Salvation Story.
The way that Captain Layton starts the book by asking people to
'de-clutter' themselves of what they believe or think is a great way to
He then goes on to simply draw only from Scripture to show that as a
Salvationist you can stand before God on the day of judgement knowing that we can still have entry into Heaven even though we did not partake of the Eucharist or were not baptized.
It really comes down to reading what Scripture says - and not just one
verse...I would totally recommend this book to anyone interested.
I just wanted to write and say thank you so much for the wonderful book “The Sacraments and The Bible”.
The Sacraments and the Bible is available from The Salvation Army Supplies RRP $10