There are certainly points in Scripture that we wish were better defined, whether they be doctrinal or moral. But when it comes to church discipline, we have a pretty clear response. Unfortunately, that fact alone is still not a huge motivator for us to do the act of church discipline. Maybe because it’s difficult. Maybe it’s because we live in a culture that attempts to be non-confrontational. It’s true, though, that Paul is disciplining the churches by sending letters which serve as responses to various points in crisis and question, on the ground, in their daily lives. We probably can agree that people then and now need direction, accountability… and rebuke. I’ve provided a quick rundown of a few passages with one main question in mind while I collected them: can there be church discipline in an undisciplined culture?