Presiding Bishop Announces Availability of the CAC Constitution in Book Form

Formed in 1999 the Communion of Apostolic Churches is a global communion of apostles and churches seeking to model what the whole Church could be if we were all built together on the same foundation and functioning as one apostolic Church.

The doctrinal statements and architectural structure set forth in the CAC Constitution have been widely recognized and commended by numerous apostles and pastors as setting forth authentic apostolic  Christianity, i.e. the Christianity of the original apostles, and providing architectural guidance for today's apostles and other fivefold ministers enabling them to rediscover the foundations of Christ's Kingdom and reorder Church life in accordance with the instruction of the Lord Jesus and the apostles in the first century.

At the request of many the Constitution posted on the CAC website (www.cacvirtual.org) is now available as a book to help fivefold ministers and church leaders in their personal study of the Word of God and in structuring and ordering their ministry sphere.

Shane Mason, a prophet of the Lord, after carefully studying the book version of the CAC Constitution declared:

"This 96 page book is by far the greatest I’ve ever read or seen on Apostolic Ministry, Ecclesiastical government, Kingdom order, and the functioning of Church leadership as a whole. I strongly recommend that anyone who is, at this present time or will be in the future, in any kind of ecclesiastical leadership to read this book! Whether you are a pastor, a deacon, a usher, or just a pew warmer, this book has the potential to fuel the fire of apostolic reformation in the United States and internationally!

"I have studied the apostolic ministry for years, I have read everything from Rick Joyner, Peter Wagner, to John Eckhardt and many others, and none come close to the profound insight and revelation that the Lord Jesus Christ has released through Apostle George Kouri contained in the Constitution of the CAC! The insight contained in this book is not left field, but sound, biblical, and Spirit breathed!

"We are truly living in blessed days, and the Lord has not left us without a clear word for reformation and a fresh awakening of revival!"

To order your copy of the Constitution click here.

5 comments (Add your own)

1. Papo wrote:
EP says:- Similarly, the reason this is unvnncinciog is that it confuses provision & effect; God reserves the right to withhold the effect from unbelievers, and to make it actual for believers. So this does not convince me either.David says: Exactly right. If you scan some of the classic comments on 1j2:2 in say, Owen, you will notice something striking. The present tense of estin as connected with hilasmos, is always converted to past tense in the argument. And so the argument goes: If Christ *has* expiated (past tense accomplished action) all sin, then all sinners must be saved. [Of course I have cast the question in terms of a conditional and rhetorical question for to properly capture the TULIPer's argument.]When propitiation is used, the import of the switch becomes clearer. In modern TULIP parlance, propitiation denotes the *actual* turning aside of divine wrath with respect to a given sinner [note the person, not merely the person's sin as denoted by "expiated" because in the over-reaction to Dodd, many Evangelicals dichotomise the Latin expiatio and propitiatio.]And then the verb tense conversion is made: If God has been *propitiated* (his wrath turned aside) with respect to all given sinners, then all sinners must be saved, as it is impossible for God to punish the same sin (move back to impersonal) twice.This tense conversion voids the force of the present tense wherein John is focusing on the *provision* of the atoning sacrifice, itself, being a provision for all sin, converting John's import to an actual personal reconcilation in the application of one's personal sins being expiated or God being propitiated. The way the noun is being used, in the present tense, rather denotes that there is an atoning sacrifice for all sin: John is pointing us all back to the cross, not to what the cross personally accomplishes with respect to any and all given individuals.The verb conversion is very subtle but very powerful and seductive. I dont think most folk even realized that they are doing this as their argument unfolds. On the other hand, Shedd, Dabney, C Hodge, and countless other Reformed correctly understood world as all mankind (elect and non-elect) and that it points to the provision and applicability of the sacrifice for all sin.Does that all make sense?Thanks,David

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