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The Routledge companion to the Christian church

Author: Gerard Mannion; Lewis Seymour Mudge
Publisher: New York ; London : Routledge, 2008.
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The nature and story of the Christian church is important to theology students and scholars alike. This book introduces students to the fundamental historical, systematic, moral and ecclesiological  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Routledge companion to the Christian church.
New York ; London : Routledge, 2008
(DLC) 2007021222
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gerard Mannion; Lewis Seymour Mudge
ISBN: 9780203936078 0203936078 0415374200 9780415374200
OCLC Number: 191541481
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 684 pages)
Contents: In search of the early church : the New Testament and the development of Christian communities / Paula Gooder --
The church in the early Christian centuries : ecclesiological consolidation / Gillian Evans --
The church in medieval theology / James Ginther --
Ecclesiology and the religious controversy of the sixteenth century / Christopher Ocker --
The church in the tridentine and early modern eras / Alison Forrestal --
The church in modern theology / Nicholas Healy --
Postmodern ecclesiologies / Gerard Mannion --
Ecclesiology in the Orthodox tradition / Kondothra M. George --
Lutheran ecclesiology / Risto Saarinen --
Reformed ecclesiology / Eddy Van Der Borght --
Anglican ecclesiology / Paul Avis --
Non-conformist ecclesiologies / Michael H. Montgomery --
Roman Catholic ecclesiology / Richard Lennan --
Ecclesiologies in the margins / Henk De Roest --
The church in an Asian perspective / Peter C. Phan --
Earth, water, fire and wind : elements of African ecclesiologies / Steve De Gruchy and Sophie Chirongoma --
The church in a Latin American perspective / David Tombs --
The church in a North-American perspective / Gregory Baum --
The church in an oceanic perspective / David Pascoe --
The church from a European perspective / Peter De Mey --
Comparative ecclesiology / Roger Haight --
Ecclesiology and ecumenism / Tom F. Best --
Liberation ecclesiology / Gerard Mannion --
Black ecclesiologies / Anthony Reddie --
Feminist ecclesiology / Natalie K. Watson --
Ecclesiology and religious pluralism / Hans Waldenfels --
Authority / Mark Chapman --
The laity / Paul Lakeland --
Magisterium / Michael A. Fahey --
Governance / Adam Hood --
Ministry / Eamonn Conway --
The sensus fidelium / John J. Burkhard --
Hermeneutics and ecclesiology / Simone Sinn --
Doctrine and ecclesiology / Gemma Simmonds --
Ecclesiology and ethics in the Western church / Lewis Mudge --
Ecclesiology and world mission/missio Dei / Paul M. Collins --
Ecclesiology and the social sciences / Neil Ormerod --
Ecclesiology and philosophy / Steven Shakespeare.
Responsibility: edited by Gerard Mannion and Lewis S. Mudge.
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