In the days of national Israel, after they moved into the land of promise, property lines were drawn and marked by stones called 'landmarks'. Those boundary markers were considered sacred and were not to be moved. The Old Testament sternly warned the Israelites to "Remove not the ancient landmarks which your fathers have set", thus infringing on the property of others, especially the poor. Spiritually speaking, God has set certain landmarks in our lives but they too, are being moved. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we consider part 1 of "God's Ancient Landmarks".
The winds of change are sweeping across the religious community almost as fast as they are reshaping the world at large. Long-standing beliefs and scriptural traditions are being abandoned in a pragmatic effort to make the church more adaptable and palatable to the secular world and particularly, the millennial generation. Many churches of Christ are adopting practices and approaches to scripture that were long avoided by congregations associated with restoration of primitive Christianity. This change has left many behind and confused. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak we look at why churches change, when change is good and when it is not.
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