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Paul’s Vision for the Deacons - Assisting the Elders with the Care of God’s Church

Paul’s Vision for the Deacons is a completely new book from the original NT Deacon. It addresses present-day scholarship as well current problems in the way in which the church is addressing the question of deacons. Moreover, the author’s understanding of what the Scriptures teach on the role of deacons has changed.


Diakon- Word Group: Based largely on the extensive work of Clarence D. Agan III, Alexander Strauch provides a study of the extra-biblical usage of diakon- as “agency.”

A Study of Acts 6:1-7: No biblical study of deacons is complete without a careful examination of this key passage. With this in mind, Strauch offers a detailed exposition and addresses the key questions involved.
Every Member Ministry: Growth in the body of Christ comes “when each part is working properly” (Eph. 4:18). In this article, Strauch discusses the critical nature of involving the whole church body in the work of ministry.

Gynaikes in 1 Timothy 3:11: In the book, Strauch points to five views of the gynaikes in 1 Timothy 3:11. In this study, Strauch examines the arguments for and against each of these views. Included in this study is an examination of five different interpretations of the Romans 16 passage, in which Phoebe is described as a “diakonos of the church.”

“Husband of one wife”: This biblical qualification for deacons (1 Tim. 3:12) is interpreted in a variety of ways. In this article, Strauch provides an in-depth assessment of each view.

Alexander Strauch has taught philosophy and New Testament literature at Colorado Christian University. A gifted Bible teacher and speaker, Mr. Strauch has taught in more than 30 countries and has helped thousands of churches worldwide through his expository writing ministry.
Publisher: Lewis & Roth
ISBN: 9780936083360
Item #: 13937
Binding: Paper
Chapters: 9
Page Count: 183
Publication Date: 2017

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