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Our Faith, Testimony, and History
Our Faith, Testimony, and History introduces readers to the local churches and to the ministry of Watchman Nee and Witness Lee. As Christians, we affirm “the faith once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). As this booklet explains, we endeavor to cooperate with the Lord to recover the experience of Christ as life, the functioning of every believer in serving the Lord, and the building up of the Body of Christ in a testimony of oneness.
Fellowship Concerning Keeping the Oneness with Fellow Believers
In practicing the church life, our attitude toward fellow believers is an important matter. To aid the saints in understanding this matter more thoroughly, we offer the fellowship in this small book, which is based on the ministry of Watchman Nee and Witness Lee.
Brothers, Hear Our Defense
Brothers, Hear Our Defense is a series of four books correcting many errors in an article by Norman Geisler and Ron Rhodes. The subjects that these books deal with—the authority of the Bible, the incarnation of Christ, the nature of God, the state of Christendom measured against the Bible—are important matters deserving consideration by all serious Christians.
Voices of Confirmation Concerning Watchman Nee, Witness Lee & the Local Churches
Voices of Confirmation contains the testimonies of leading evangelicals who, through direct study and contact, have come to appreciate the local churches and the ministry of Watchman Nee and Witness Lee.
The Local Churches: “Genuine Believers and Fellow Members of the Body of Christ”
This 2008 book contains statements from Hank Hanegraaff, President of Christian Research Institute; Gretchen Passantino, director of Answers in Action; and Fuller Theological Seminary that attest to the orthodoxy of the teaching and practice of the local churches.
A Defense of the Gospel – Responses to an Open Letter…
In 2007 an open letter appeared on the Internet calling on Living Stream Ministry and the local churches to “disavow and cease to publish” certain statements by Witness Lee. The two books in the series A Defense of the Gospel: Responses to an Open Letter from “Christian Scholars and Ministry Leaders” (1) and 2 answer the concerns raised in that 2007 open letter and show the defects in its handling of important biblical truths.
A Confirmation of the Gospel: Concerning the Teaching of the Local Churches and Living Stream Ministry
This 2009 book contains a statement prepared by the LSM editorial section addressing key issues in dialogues with a panel of Fuller Theological Seminary professors regarding the Trinity, the Person of Christ, God’s full salvation, and the genuine ground of oneness. It also contains a copy of the Fuller panel’s conclusions from their study.