Podcast Ep.120: The Alliance; Changing From the Inside (Pastor Jeremy Muncy)

BYQ has tackled the subject of the Alliance decision to ordain women on several podcasts. While a number of Alliance churches have left over the decision, some desire to remain and by remaining, seek to influence change. In this BYQ podcast, Pastor Jeremy Muncy and I discuss the formation of 1:9 Alliance and its purpose. 1:9 Alliance comes out of Titus 1:9. “He must hold firm to the trustworthy word as taught, so that he may be able to give instruction in sound doctrine and also to rebuke those who contradict it.” I love how 1:9 Alliance seeks to go beyond just the topic of complementarianism versus egalitarianism, but to also “help God’s people value, interpret, proclaim, and apply the Word of God in fulfillment of the Great Commission.

There are eight core commitments in 1:9 Alliance. 1. Scripture 2. Hermeneutics 3. Expository preaching 4 Christ-centeredness 5. Holy Spirit dependance 6. The Great Commission 7. Complimentary design 8. Church leadership. You can find the breakdown of these core commitments and tap resources as well as join as an affiliate on the 1:9 Alliance website here.

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About Jeremy: Jeremy Muncy loves Jesus, his wife, his children, and his church.  He pastors at Westwood Alliance Church in Mansfield, OH where he has served for the past eleven years. 

 

3 thoughts on “Podcast Ep.120: The Alliance; Changing From the Inside (Pastor Jeremy Muncy)”

  1. Mitch, I enjoyed this podcast and hearing from Jeremy. I am interested in 1:9 Alliance and the commitment to the Complimentarian view. I was curious about one point in your discussion that appears to link a “Reformed” view with “1:9 Alliance.” I am not of a Reformed bent. Is an associate with 1:9 Alliance also an implied sympathy to Reformed Theology? Thanks and Blessings!

    1. Jeff, I caught this comment by you and I am listening to the Podcast now. I am also not of the Reformed bent & would find that concerning. I also seek clarification on that. I’m currently looking through the documents now that are provided on the link to see if there is further mention of this. Did you receive an answer? Thx!

      1. Hi Sara, thanks for your comment. I do see you are responding to Jeff, but thought I would chine in. 1:9 Alliance is not a reformed group but I would say that many who are affiliates would probably lean reformed. Feel free to message me directly if you want to dialogue more at mitch@beforeyouquit.us. Look forward to hearing from you. Mitch

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