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Help for People in Many Different Religions More Resources on Ecclesiology: The Doctrine of the Church [button title=”Download PDF” link=” target=”_blank” size=”small” background=”#cf573e” color=”#fff” text_shadow=”#8d321f”] A Word Study Demonstrating the Meaning of the word Church (Ekklesia), And Consequently the Nature of the New Testament Church I.
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Preface The nature of the church or ekklesia in Scripture is a matter of significant importance.
Theologically liberal, Roman Catholic, neo-orthodox, and neo-evangelical commentators almost universally assume that ekklesia is at times a designation of all believers.
Usually such an assumption is made without proof; indeed, this writer is not aware of any published study of the word ekklesia by an advocate of a universal, invisible church position that seeks to refute the local-only position.
On the other hand, historic Baptists believe that the word ekklesia is either a reference to a particular congregation or is a generic noun, based on, in their opinion, the fact that ekklesia does not bear a reference to an unassembled association of all believers anywhere in the NT, confining the universal, invisible association of all believers to the terms the family of God and the kingdom of God, but not the church of God. “The catholic or universal Church, which is invisible, consists of the whole number of the elect, that have been, are, or shall be gathered into one, under Christ the Head thereof; and is the spouse, the body, the fulness of Him that fills all in all.” (Westminster Confession of Faith, chapter 25).