Apostolic Foundations

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"Apostolic Foundations" is a book by the late Arthur Katz in which the author probed the attributes of "Apostolic" Christianity. First published in 1999 while Katz was still alive, the written work was culled largely from Katz's spoken messages on the subject spanning over 30 years of ministry. Katz resisted easy definitions of the word "Apostolic," and suggested instead that the word should be apprehended as a quality of Jesus Christ who is the "High Priest and Chief Apostle of our confession."

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