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The Routledge companion to the Christian church

Author: Gerard Mannion; Lewis Seymour Mudge
Publisher: London [England] : Routledge, 2008
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The nature and history of the Christian church is of immense importance to students and scholars of theology and its related disciplines. The Routledge Companion to the Christian Church is the definitive handbook to the study of the Christian church. It introduces students to the fundamental historical, systematic, moral and ecclesiological aspects of the study of the church, as well as serving as a resource for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
xx, 684 p
(DLC) 2007021222
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gerard Mannion; Lewis Seymour Mudge
ISBN: 9781780343594 1780343590
OCLC Number: 764567601
Description: 1 online resource (50 entries) : 1 image, digital files
Contents: Historical ecclesiology --
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 --
Ecclesiological traditions --
Ecclesiology in the Orthodox tradition / Fr K.M. George --
Lutheran ecclesiology / Risto Saarinen --
Reformed ecclesiology / Eddy van Der Borght --
Anglican ecclesiology / Paul Avis --
Non-Conformist Ecclesiologies / Michael Montgomery --
Roman Catholic ecclesiology / Richard Lennan --
Sectarian ecclesiology and new religious movements / Henk De Roest --
Global perspectives --
The church in an Asian perspective / Peter Phan --
Earth, water, fire and wind: elements of african ecclesiologies / Steve DeGruchyl 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 in a European perspective / Peter De Mey --
Methods and debates --
Comparative ecclesiology / Roger Haight --
Ecclesiology and ecumenism / Tom Best --
Liberation ecclesiology / Gerard Mannion --
Black ecclesiologies / Anthony Reddie --
Feminist ecclesiology / Natalie Watson --
Ecclesiology and religious pluralism / Hans Waldenfels --
Authority / Mark Chapman --
Laity / Paul Lakeland --
Magisterium / Michael Fahey --
Governance / Adam Hood --
Ministry / Eamonn Conway --
The sensus fidelium / John Burkhard --
Hermeneutics and ecclesiology / Simone Sinn --
Doctrine and ecclesiology / Gemma Simmonds --
Ethics and ecclesiology / Lewis Mudge --
Ecclesiology and world mission/missio dei / Paul M. Collins --
The church in a trans-disciplinary context --
Ecclesiology and the social sciences / Neil Ormerod --
Ecclesiology and philosophy / Steven Shakespearey.
Responsibility: edited by Gerard Mannion and Lewis S. Mudge.

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The nature and history of the Christian church is of immense importance to students and scholars of theology and its related disciplines. The Routledge Companion to the Christian Church is the definitive handbook to the study of the Christian church. It introduces students to the fundamental historical, systematic, moral and ecclesiological aspects of the study of the church, as well as serving as a resource for scholars engaging in ecclesiological debates on a wide variety of issues.

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