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2. Sermons, articles and teaching dealing with the doctrine of the church

Note. Teaching by Pastor Aaron Campbell after the sermons of Pastor Jason Cooley

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3a. Teaching by Pastor Aaron Campbell on organizing a church according to Bible principles.

Pastor Aaron Campbell is pastor of Fountain Square Baptist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, a church which, like Old Paths Baptist Church of Northfield MN whose pastor is Jason Cooley, adopted the Declaration of Trust by which the church declares herself to be a non-legal entity (a spiritual entity). As such that church is under the Lord Jesus Christ only. Pastor Campbell and his church have addressed the issues involved in depth. Pastor Campbell diligently studied various ways of organizing a church according to Bible principle. He concluded that utilizing the Declaration of Trust was the best way to do that. The following teachings by Pastor Campbell are excellent resources for a church who desires to please the Lord by remaining a spiritual entity:

Separation of Church and State” (010412), Pastor Aaron Campbell (In this message, Pastor Campbell explains basic church doctrine, the Declaration of Trust, the role of the pastor, giving to the Lord (not to the church since the church returns to the Lord in tithes and offerings a portion of that which He has entrusted to each church member, the pastor’s fiduciary responsibility as trustee, the beneficiary of the trust created by the Declaration of Trust, when the civil government goes outside its authority, etc.)

Government 1” (031112) Pastor Aaron Campbell

Government 2” (031112) Pastor Aaron Campbell

Questions and Answers” (031112) Pastor Aaron Campbell


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