New book helps readers stay true to Christ’s teachings
Larry Killion urges Christians to return to ‘Distinctive Doctrine’ of New Testament
TACOMA, Wash. – Pastor Larry Killion has recently released a book for Bible believers who want to be identified as distinctively scriptural in their doctrine and practice. “Distinctive Doctrine” (published by Xlibris) discusses what local congregations need to do in order to be identified with the congregations described in the New Testament.
In “Distinctive Doctrine,” Killion speaks of ecclesiastical things from a distinctly Baptist point of view having been the pastor of an independent, fundamental, sovereign grace, old landmark, missionary Baptist congregation for 35 years. Some things covered in the book are the nature of the church, the definition of the New Testament church, the officers and ordinances of the church, the name of the church and sectarianism. It also gives instructions concerning how to organize a church, adding and subtracting members and financing and governing the church.
“Distinctive Doctrine” is relevant in today’s times especially in light of the disintegration of the moral fiber of modern society. It is a wakeup call for Christians to return to the distinctive doctrine of the New Testament.
“Biblical prophecy warns of a global apostasy from true biblical principles in the last days,” Killion says. “As we draw closer to the reign of the anti-Christ, this book shows how to stay true to the teachings of Christ until his return prior to the anti-Christ being revealed.”
By Larry Killion
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 160 pages | ISBN 9781503536418
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 160 pages | ISBN 9781503536401
E-Book | 160 pages | ISBN 9781503536425
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Larry Killion was born in to a military family in Oklahoma. He served his tour of duty in the army right out of high school from 1962 to 1965. He and his high school sweetheart, Marion, married in 1965 and together they have two daughters, two granddaughters, two grandsons and one great grandson. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Clarksville Baptist College in Clarksville, Tenn., and was ordained to the gospel ministry in 1978. He has been serving as a pastor for the Lord’s Baptist Church in Tacoma, Wash.