United Church of God: Have the Correct Worldview

History of Early Christianity 


In its latest weekly email, UCG states:

The basic building blocks of our faith do not change. They remain the same: prayer, Bible study, fasting (our reminder to stay close to God), meditation (critical thinking about God’s way and the culture in which we live) and fellowship (Christian communication).

John wrote the first-century Church to remind them, and us, of the core value to love God first above this world and its cultural pulls.

“And I heard another voice from heaven saying, ‘Come out of her, my people, lest you share in her sins, and lest you receive of her plagues'” (Revelation 18:4).

Notice John warns that we must come out of the worldview of our culture and continue to maintain a consistent biblical view. We must view the culture around us with a biblical worldview, rather than through the distorted prism of a postmodern worldview.

And that is correct.

Actually, the reason that so many do not understand true Christianity is because from the beginning of early Christianity, many wanted to retain practices of their culture instead of fully repenting and living according to what the Bible teaches.

More information can be found in the article The History of Early Christianity

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