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Model regarding the operation of the first Christian communities


Gabriel Baicu

11. 03.  2013


The distinction between institutional and non institutional Christianity, consists in the fact that, in the early Christian Church, the spiritual element was more present than the institutional one. It was a time when the institution was not there, it only started to be formed gradually. The Christians were persecuted and their communities were based on the direct guidance of the Holy Spirit, rather than on the exegesis of the written texts of the canonic Bible. There was a risk being Christian. I refer to the risk of martyrdom. During the apostles’ era, only people truly called by God came to God.

After Christianity became the official religion in The Roman Empire and a majority of people have been conditioned to become Christians, as a prerequisite in order to hold certain positions in the army or Roman imperial administration, the institutional Christian church was filled with opportunists. These were people who “believed” in God mainly because their earthly interests.

Institutional churches are full of worldly Christians, caring only the name of a Christian denomination and today they constitute the majority and decide the direction of the development of their religious institutions.

Here, below, I present an approximate model of how the first Christian communities were organized and how meetings were held in the early Christian Church.

I do not see why we would not return to them. Return to the apostolic origins of Christianity, does not mean to enter Pentecostal Church, so called apostolic, not just another religious institution but means a return to Christ, to His teachings and mostly to His presence in us.

 Functioning model of local non denominational churches

This is an open model and contains no fixed or mandatory rules for the activity of a Christian congregation and is closest to how the Apostolic Christian assemblies held their meetings.

Article 1

Non denominational churches are not completely, the Church invisible made visible. The One Spiritual Church, the true Church of God is in itself a spiritual reality, not institutional and its visible side is represented only by the true practicing Christians and not by the religious organizations.

They are spiritual-social centres, free Christian communities, which serve to prepare the faithful to enter into the true Church of God. Entry into the Church of God, spiritual and unique is through being born again and not only through the water baptism.

The entry into the true Church of God is not decided by any man alone, but, in the last instance, by God.

The faithful can aspire to enter the true Church of God but can not get there only by his or her unilateral decision to be baptized in water, only by his or her own will, or the will of his or her parents.

The entrance in the true Church of God can happen only through the human act of will, followed, necessarily, by the will of God. First is God’s calling to people, then their positive answer. After that they will be passed through the born again process, by God and they will be born from Him. Finally He decides to consider them members of His unique Church.

The membership in the true Church of God is not decided only by humans, unlike the appurtenance to a religious institution, in fact is finally decided by God alone. (Acts 2; 47)

One cannot say, in regard of others, who exactly is a member of the true Church of God and who is not.

Everyone knows, for himself or for her, if he or she is a member of the unique Church of God.

Entrance in the true Church of God is only for those who are born again, born from God, according to the teachings of Jesus, expressed in the Gospel of John, chapter 3; 3-6.

Entry into the true Church of God represents also the entrance into the Kingdom of God as far as it is manifested on this earth, because only by being born again believers come into this Kingdom. The visible part of the invisible Church is constituted only by the born-again believers and is not expressed entirely by any religious organization, as such. There are many Christian communities and denominations but just one Church of God. (Ephesians 4; 4)

The fundamental principle of the relationships between community members is the practice of the Christian love, as prescribed by Jesus in John 13 to 34-35. Practice of Christianity must follow any faith in God. Faith and love goes together, inseparably, together with hope. The Christian works are all determined by agape. The works of faith are the works of love.                             One can not love and do nothing for the ones who loves. Faith without love is nothing, doesn’t have any real value for salvation. (1 Corinthians 13; 2) Christian love is bigger than faith and without love faith has not practical value. (1 Corinthians 13; 13) Salvation comes through faith and love. 

  The local non denominational churches have not imposed doctrines and what they have in common is the personal faith, of every member. What is the most important common factor to all members is agape, the spiritual love, which one cannot possess except as a gift from God and which is the ground for the existence of a viable Christian community. (Romans 5; 5)

Opinions, rituals or believes are not obligatory and none of them can be imposed through religious authority. What brings and keeps together the members are their personal relationships with the same God. Believers are united by means of God not only in the name of God, meaning that they are united through the Holy Spirit and not in an institutional manner.

These communities don’t have a single confession of faith, uniform and binding. They don’t have a single creed or a set of dogmas of faith, or one doctrine. All Christian communities accept and declare Jesus as their savior and pattern of faith.

Jesus is not only a mean to our salvation He is also o model to be followed in His footsteps. It is not enough, for our salvation, to declare the belief in His sacrifice for us, if we don’t follow His way of conduct. (1 John 2; 6) Jesus is not saved in our place, He died for us but we have to live with Him. (Romans 6; 8-11)

 Practice is more important, for the individual salvation than following the “right” doctrine or religious dogma. Any imposed religious authority is bad and damaging and hasn’t any legitimacy. Any imposed doctrine or dogma of faith is a sign of a religious decadence and a mark of the “beast,” such that it is presented by the book of Revelation.

The first local Christian Churches, which the book of Revelation makes speech, were non denominational churches because in those days still not settled dogma and creed mandatory doctrines were established. The apostolic communities didn’t have the canonic Bible. Many writings, which today are marginalized, were in circulation.

The first Christian communities were led directly by the Holy Spirit and not by various interpretations of the biblical texts. These communities were local, meaning they were not  organized in huge religious systems and non confessional.

Christian doctrines were established over time, long after Jesus' mission on earth and first appeared long after the apostolic Church. The come back to Jesus mainly means to be personally guided by His Holy Spirit and also means the opening towards all Scriptures which were circulating immediately after Jesus’ death and resurrection.

Apostolic faith is non dogmatic faith and is based on our personal witness of Jesus, every person in question, on our personal experience with Him. An authentic apostolic faith is based on an individual evidence of the power of God, a clear personal revelation.

Article 2

The members of the local non denominational churches will remind constantly that their communities are not the unique Church of God, but they are spiritual-social centers of training, support and advice for the true Church of God.

 Article 3

All members are perfectly equal to each other and there is no spiritual hierarchy between them.

Apostle is any born again Christian who builds a local non confessional church.

Each born again member of the church is a pastor if he or she feels called, meaning that everyone willingly takes responsibility to shepherd people who want to know God and who are not familiar with the Christian faith.

Pastor is a personal guide, for those who are at their first steps in the Christian faith. The Pastor is not the head of the local non confessional church but he or she is a personal guide choice of one or more faithful to their first steps towards God. There is no N.T. pastor of the congregation; the pastor is the shepherd of individual souls, not of the religious organizations. The Great Pastor of all is Jesus Himself.

The new comers will be guided individually; the pastors, or born-again Christians, will accompany their spiritual path, as long as the new members see fit. Pastors have one important task and that is to put the faithful in a personal relationship with the Great Shepherd, Jesus Christ.

Prophets and all the people with spiritual gifts will work freely and unrestrained by anyone or anything in their spiritual activity. Exercise of the spiritual gifts is one of the main purposes of the local non denominational Church meetings.

Evangelizations will be free, based on everyone’s personal experience with God without conflicts and controversies with others. Among themselves born again Christians do not need human shepherds, as they are shepherded, directly by the Great Shepherd, Christ.

 Article 4

There isn’t any spiritual leader or board of the local non denominational Churches.

There is only a trustee or deacon and aid administrator, also deacon, who will deal exclusively with the administrative side of the organization, for the proper functioning of the center. Deacons do not have any spiritual authority or quality of judging, in spiritual matters or the conduct of other believers, they only deal with providing the necessary administrative functioning of the Centre.

Any decision, on administrative matters, takes a majority vote of those present. Decisions or recommendations with binding character, in spiritual matters, will not be taken. The personal conscience of the members is sovereign in spiritual matters.

It is presumed that, together with God, everyone is the only person responsible for his or her spiritual life and none needs any push or constraints from others.

The faithful should not be regarded as children in need of guardianship of any religious institution.

Judgment in spiritual matters, or who is guilty of sin and who is not, are not allowed. The only judge of the spiritual life of the human beings is God and that according to the teachings of Jesus. (Mathew 7; 1)

The local non denominational churches are centers for spiritual healing and also they are places where believers are supported in order to be born again, by Jesus.

In exceptional cases a person may be removed from the center, with the help of law enforcement if serious perturbation of public order will occur.

 Article 5

The meetings will be hosted and moderated in turn by one of the permanent members on a rotating basis by a list of members comprising the absolutely all permanent members, without exception.

When one of the permanent members is not present, the next permanent member on the list will automatically take place.

 Article 6

Sunday mornings will be not a religious ceremony but the present members will meet and discuss among themselves, will advise each other, will listen to their needs and demands and will establish spiritual relationships, and if possible will have a common meal. That will be a time dedicated exclusively to a real communion between Christians, addressing their real problems and also trying to address their questions awaiting an answer. On this occasion it will be taken the Lord's Supper.

Sunday evening, rotating two or three members will talk about their Christian experience, and understanding that each has on the Bible.

During the week, whenever they may meet, usually evening time periods, the meetings will be devoted to the analysis of the Bible and other books, important for Christianity. They will be held by members with good knowledge of the Christian problems.

Each member will make a review of an important book. The other days, programs will be artistic, with spiritual character, and other evenings will be reserved exclusively for prayers. Prayers will be both individual and collective, without a prescribed rule, but with a special emphasis on individual prayers that can be supported and reinforced by other members.

Dedicated groups will be constituted to be available at any time, 7/24, to pray and to be with the sick, members of the centre and others. There will be several groups that will rotate between themselves.

Births, marriages, funerals will be assisted by other members of the community as such as their family problem.

Poor and unable to care for themselves, members of a community, will be in the care of the local non confessional Churches and they will be helped as much as possible. Helping the poor is not limited only to members of that centre.

 Article 7

The centres will perform acts of worship such as: Lord's Supper or Eucharist, baptisms, blessings, marriages and funerals. All acts of worship will be performed by any permanent member of the Centre, whether man or woman, by rotation.

 Article 8

The meetings aim is to help the members to formulate their own best personal faith through open dialogue. The principle regarding the content of faith is respect for personal beliefs of each member in different matters.

Each member should have the opportunity to express his or her opinions in matter of faith and none, in any way, can be forced to believe something other than his or her conscience dictates. The only obligation is to argue, if possible, a belief about which reference is made in public. Even if the arguments are not convincing to others, none is obliged to believe other than he or she personally understands.

 Article 9

Permanent membership of the local non confessional Church is acquired by mere presence at meetings after a period of one year.

 Article 10

Women have equal and same rights with men and participate in all activities in rotation with men.

 Article 11

Centres are not special "places of worship" and for this reason they will be not particularly decorated, with icons, statues, or other symbols.

The local non denominational Churches, the preparation and assistance centres for the One Spiritual Church, the unique true Church of God, are just a frame assembly of believers, regardless of the Christian denomination, which they belong. Anyone can be or not a member of any Christian denomination and of a local non confessional Church, in the same time.





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Model of the first Christian communities (12. 03. 2013)  The distinction between institutional and non institutional Christianity, consists in the fact that, in the early Christian Church, the spiritual element was more present than the institutional one. It was a time when the institution was not there, it only started to be formed gradually. The Christians were persecuted and their communities were based on the direct guidance of the Holy Spirit, rather than on the exegesis of the written texts of the canonic Bible. There was a risk being Christian. I refer to the risk of martyrdom. During the apostles’ era, only people truly called by God came to God. ... (read more!) Knowledge puffs up, while love builds up (12. 03. 2013)  Although the existence of a single Church of God is a fact well demonstrated in the Bible, we can not accept the principle of the uniqueness of the Church of God if we don’t accept the validity of the water baptism of the young children. Why? This is because, otherwise, we have to ask all Christians to be baptized at maturity, and where, most likely, that this does not happen, many Orthodox Christians and not only would remain on the outside. If our own salvation through faith is a gift from God, what right have anyone to judge whether a person is saved or not, regardless of the age when the water baptism took place, as long as that person has personal faith in God? ... (read more!) Faith without love is dead (12. 03. 2013)  Jesus died for us on the cross. What does this mean? He sacrificed Himself voluntarily for us and for our benefit. What for? This is the big question: What we gain from His sacrifice? We gain a justification, a grace, not depending on us, but which becomes effective for us when we believe in this grace. From this point of view, grace is universal in that it applies to all those who believe in God. "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life." (John 3, 16 NRSV) In other words, we have access by faith to God, free and guaranteed full access. This access does not mean automatically that all they have it is using it correctly. The gift of God is dependent on our faith, but we have to receive correctly what we are given ... (read more!) It is more blessed to give than to receive (12. 03. 2013)  What kind of God do we have? It is one who believes that "giving" is more satisfying than “receiving.” (Acts 20: 35) From this we can draw many conclusions. Firstly, the image that God is an absolute master, requiring blind obedience from us, proves, once again, to be a false one. God does not expect us to give him anything, but he wants to give us its treasures of wisdom and knowledge. God needs people who know how to accept and appreciate what they get. The heavenly Father is not a selfish Person who expects us to give him glory, praise and other forms of recognition that they produce complacency. ... (read more!) Turning to Christ (12. 03. 2013)  I advocate a return to Christ, not only to the Bible, not just to the first Christian communities, the so-called apostolic Church. Why? I found that it takes a continuation of the Reformation, a New Reformation even, in order to deepen what others, in the past have started. Luther, Calvin, Zwingli and others reacted correctly to the development of Christianity in its almost one and a half millennia of history. The problem is not how far they went with their Reformation, but from where they started it. In the mean-time almost another half millennia passed away and many things have changed in the way that humanity perceives the possibility of the existence of God and the right approach to Him, but most importantly in the interpretation of the biblical texts ... (read more!) Born from above or sinners (12. 03. 2013)  No man on earth can stop sinning as long as it is still motivated by his human nature. Why? This is because every man is a sinner in God's sight precisely because of his human nature. Sin dwells in us, in our genes, in our most profound structure. I don’t refer here to facts considered criminal or offensive by the society, which are also sins in God’s eyes, because all this can be prevented by education. There are many citizens all over the world, who never performed any crimes or offences, in their entire life. Nevertheless, this time I want to speak about the interior movements of any human being and to the visible sins. Hard to be seen from the outside, some sins, such as: malice, hypocrisy, envy, greed, indifference, selfishness etc. ... (read more!) Looking for the true Church of God (07. 10. 2012)  In the context of the existence of so many Christian denominations the question about the true Church of God is entirely justified. Each and every Church presents us with the claim that it is the true Church of God and that its doctrine is the correct one and maintains that all other Christian doctrines are marred by mistakes. It is understandable that the universal spiritual experience of Christianity is mirrored by the cultural traditions of the receivers and that these traditions leave their marks on the particular mode of expression of faith. The forms of expression of Christianity in Brasilia, in Siberia, in Africa or in North Europe are not the same. The way I approach the subject is not so much influenced by this acknowledgement, because I am not concerned primarily by the modes of manifestation, individualised by cultural expressions, of the Christian movement. I am mostly concerned with the doctrinal differences of diverse Christian denominations, inscribed in their doctrines and dogmas and which differentiates them. The acceptance of certain specificities doesn’t affect the unity of Christianity if there is an accord on the principle of the imperfection of human knowledge, concerning the issues of faith. There are two kinds of unity, spiritual unity and institutional unity. ... (read more!) Is the Church One or many? (Part I.) (07. 10. 2012) The unity of the True Church of God is not only a past or future event, it is a present, and actual reality. This is one of the best demonstrate teachings, in the New Testament, but also one of the most neglected. Why is so neglected? Because many see a possible threat to the stability of the religious institutions, and prefer not to speak at all about that. What are then the biblical foundations for the thesis that, in the present time, there is in fact One true Church of God, and many religious institutions? The whole development starts with the text existent in the gospel of John, chapter 17, where we learn that, before being crucified, Jesus prayed to the Father that all Christians to be one. I have to say that there are at least 15 years that I maintain that this is a very important set of teachings, ... (read more!) Is the Church One or many? (Part II.) (03. 11. 2012) The relationships which binds together the born again Christians, from all over the world, and all times, it is not a conventional or organizational one, in the sense of the religious organizations or institutions, it is not even a connection based on the same cultural values. I will try to describe this relationship through an analogy. Let’s say that a very influent, and reach person organizes a party. The reach person knows many people, but the guests themselves don’t know each other, at least not all of them. All the guests will arrive at a certain point to know each other, when the party will be on, but this was possible by the initiative of the influent person, not by the actions or decisions taken by the guests themselves. Something similar happens with the Church of God. We don’t know each other, but Jesus knows every one of us. ... (read more!) Real Christianity and New Reformation (part 1) (11. 11. 2012) This reform involves replacing institutional authority with the principle of Christian love which is the exact opposite of this type of authority, enjoyed by institutional churches. In other words, religious institutions, as such, will not disappear but will be counted in, more and more, as a secondary factor for human salvation. The main factor is very God, direct and personal relationship with Him and He shall occupy the chief place in the life of the believer and not institutional churches. Church is not an intermediary between man and God. The true Church of God is constituted by all the saved and all individuals are firstly saved, than members of the true Church of God, and not the other way around. The path to salvation is Christ, but not only as a mean but also as a purpose. In order to be saved, one has to be like Christ, willing to live and to die for the ‘other.’ The church is not giving us salvation, but Christ, who lives in us, leads us to His only Church and gives us salvation. ... (read more!) Religious intolerance in Christianity (11. 11. 2012) I can not say, with absolute certainty that the best option for water baptism is the child or the adult, but I can safely say that we must respect the beliefs of everyone in this and in all other aspects of spiritual life. Christian faith is based on their beliefs and not "absolute truths." Certainly any Christian believes that Jesus is the Way, Truth and Life, for them, that is a truth with absolute value. But I do mean to relative doctrinal truths that claim to be "absolute truths." Latter does not exist and everyone who says that he or she has such "absolute truths" lies. In the Bible, in Mark 16 to 16, says that he who believes and is baptized will be saved, but the text does not exist in the first manuscripts of the Gospel of Mark and hence in the original manuscripts, after which, receive copies were made. The original text of the Gospel of Mark was lost. As there are no other NT texts to confirm that Jesus said these words, those in Mark 16 to 16 must be put in question. We know we have to go through water baptism, but to be honest, outside our inauthentic text of the Gospel of Mark 16; 16, we have no Biblical basis requiring firmly the principle that water baptism of adults is the norm. ... (read more!)

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