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PURSUING POWER: How the Historic Quest for Apostolic Authority & Control Has Divided and Damaged the Church Perfect Paperback – April 10, 2014
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Eddie Hyatt s new book, Pursuing Power is a well-reasoned and clearly written work which addresses the age-old problem of power vs freedom in the church. It is written in light of the recent attempt to revive apostolic titles and ministry as proposed by C. Peter Wagner. The thesis of the book is well explained in its subtitle: How the Historic Quest for Apostolic Authority & Control has Divided and Damaged the Church. It deserves a serious hearing by this generation of church leaders. Vinson Synan Dean Emeritus Regent University School of Divinity --Dr. Vinson Synan
About the Author
Dr. Eddie L. Hyatt holds a Doctor of Ministry from the School of Divinity at Regent University and an M.Div., and M.A. from the Graduate School of Theology and Missions at Oral Roberts University. He is an ordained ministry with over 40 years of ministerial experience, having served as a pastor, Bible teacher and professor of theology.
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The author is has a specifically charismatic and academic background, but he addresses the detrimental effects of the pursuit of power from a very broad historical perspective. Christians from a variety of traditions and denominations will find food for thought and encouragement to live out an apostolic faith in the true meaning of the word, letting go of our pursuit of power and living as servants to one another.
If you have wondered what it might take for Christians to be truly unified, this book makes the simple answer very clear.
I love that Dr Hyatt does not try to make a 200 page book into a 1000 page book for its own sake. He imparts the needed information in a credible and concise way that is very easy to read. Praise be to God for this answer to prayer. Thank you Dr Hyatt for being faithful.