The Catholicity of Protestantism

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James Clarke & Co., 2002 - Religion - 156 pages
This examination of Anglicanism from the perspective of the Free Churches details the tension that exists between its Catholic and Protestant characteristics, while at the same time drawing attention to an important ecclesiological message that is applicable to all the Christian churches.
 

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Contents

Archbishops Foreword
13
THE CONCEPT OF CATHOLICITY AND
21
THE CREATION OF MAN AND HIS FALL
40
THE THEOLOGY OF THE NATURAL
51
JUSTIFICATION AND SANCTIFICATION
67
THE CHURCH THE MINISTRY AND
91
THE DOCTRINE OF AUTHORITY
115
CONCLUSIONS
128
THE FREEDOM AND THE BONDAGE
148
LUTHERS TRANSLATION OF ROMANS
156
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