The fellowship of a Christian is scripturally designed to be with other Christians who are in proper scriptural fellowship with God. In many churches today, the natural desire for fellowship has been allowed to cross these boundaries. We are told that to be loving Christians we must fellowship with those who teach doctrine contrary to the Bible and with those who do not walk in obedient fellowship with the Lord. In seven chapters Dr. Shelton Smith takes an in-depth look at the proper basis for our fellowship as it is presented in the Bible. In a day of compromise, he makes a clearly defined fundamental case for ecclesiastical separation. Fellowship was ordained of God as a means of building up believers in the Faith. When fellowship is based on the false foundation of compromise with error, however, its effect is just the opposite.
85 pgs | Paperback | Dr. Shelton Smith