Problems with church planting: The cumulative case

Here are the arguements against the current trend of church planting I’ve tried to elucidate in my previous posts. I’ll collect them here to provide a handy centeralized reference for future forays into this subject.

  1. Modern church planting is not found in Scripture
  2. The market for new churches is oversaturated.
  3. It is irresponsible and wrong to simply abandon failing churches.
  4. The supply of pastors exceeds market demands and it is wrong to continue adding to this surplus in human capital.
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