The church in the first century chose the leadership similar to the way they do it today. The organizational structure of pastors, deacons, and cardinals was almost identical to what churches are today. One of the major differences between the church of present and the beginning of the church was that the early church was much more evangelistic. Evangelism was taken more seriously because the Great Commission given by Jesus was still present with the apostles, “you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth” (Acts 1:8). The early church was much more evangelistic than the church is now. The early church did not tolerate open sinning as some churches do today. Many churches accept unrepentant homosexuals and even ordained, openly homosexual pastors and members. This would have never been allowed in the previous church.
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