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Skye Jethani: The Gap Between Leadership and Laity

A brief exploration of the gap between the church's leadership and laity based on one's adherence to the actual, full Bible or the functional, partial Bible.

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Referencing an enlightening and convicting story from Andy Crouch, Skye Jethani asserts that the gap between the church's leadership and laity can be explained, in part, by the tendency to read the "functional" Bible (those parts of Scripture that we engage and implement) rather than the actual Bible (the Bible from Genesis to Revelation).

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