Cat2-J2: Note & Observations

Note: It is the potential for confusion that adherence to conservative fundamental constructions is preferred. Simply recognize that the New Testament and Old Testament are our communication standard. If we were to wander from this system of organization, I believe a difficult to acknowledge liberality may be reflected in a constructed outcome. As in any freedom there is the potential for error and thus for creating a stumbling block.

An example of this problem: It can be pointed to in the responsibilities to everyday living as Christians. We have a challenge to grow in our salvation while coincidently seeking the Trinity in working through our personal sanctification-perfection in the denominational-church within the entire church. Without study on the relationship of different denominational-churches and recognizing participants’ home denominational-church charter and lifeline, there would be lacking insight into the responsibilities to the entire church as put forth in New Testament.

An example of this problem: There is a problem when communicating New Testament knowledge via written word. This problem would be more easily expedited if passages centered on topics that could be more easily compared. These basic outline or characteristics of a denomination-church could be more readily understood in contrast and then in support of another denominational-church. It is hoped that structuring by use of the visual aid devise SAM will help.

Observation: The construction of a denominational-church formation and its comparison with other denominational constructions begins a “dualism” in relational understanding of each construction. This is useful. Is it absolutely important? It probably is not necessary on a very personal level. However to acknowledge the relational values in denominational-church construct, there is a need to understand the responsibility to the communication of it in concept with the entire church as represented theoretically in business of truths category.

Observation: The rational for a systematic analysis model (SAM) throughout this chapter is an approach for working thru a denominational formation with construction in verses, chapters and passages that are relative or compares and deepens understanding with another set of versus, chapters that make a denominational-church comparison. This may add depth in knowledge that would hopefully bring more involvement with the Holy Spirit and greater appreciation for the entire church.

Observation: The SAM comparative study with organization-construction of a denominational-church definition helps bring the category subjects that are developing toward a focus. The developed categorical studies may imply that there is need for more study in finite areas.

By extension: If a study focus shows that more research in New Testament is needed to develop these finite interests; Then the continuing process should begin to establish understanding more thoroughly of the social, personal-spiritual and salvation sequences. This development in deepening the denominational-church formation can be depicted because of SAM tabulation system in the seven categories within its construction.

By Extension: This constructed understanding of the more personal dynamics of category formation should provide recognition of the individual in the social and personal environ of denominational-church.

By Extension: Acknowledgement in Christian growth makes a relative statement with persons whether they are a child or elder. It is the essence of this simple idea that develops in the social, personal-spiritual, salvations sequences categories and makes their relative statement to the denominational-church and entire church.

It is important to recognize: As we develop an area of the seven categories it begins to define and/or develop additional categories as well.

In underscoring the importance of this category chapter: It makes purposeful the understanding in denominational-church definition. In understanding the construction of its field-categories, it is important to appreciate how development of different ministries in a denominational-church may affect our understanding and reaction to that denominational-church inclusive of the local parish.