By Malcolm Black
The current apostolic movement is approximately thirty years old, having come into the fore in the 1970s, a decade or so after the emergence of the Charismatic movement. It has come a long way; but like all movements, it faces a defining hour in its history. The path chosen by leaders of the movement will determine whether the movement goes on to greater heights of growth and effectiveness, or declines into institutionalism like its predecessors.
In this book, Malcolm Black views what he calls Apostolic Christianity through three lenses — the Bible, Church History, and the experience of New Covenant Ministries International -₋ yielding helpful and balanced insights into current church planting efforts. It also provides a useful basis for anticipating future problems within apostolic-based movements. Leaders in these movements will find this book both helpful and challenging.