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A Deeper Christian Faith

eBook|Nov 2016
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Many Christians today do not have the confidence to state the most important, commonly held beliefs and practices of historic Christian communities. The appearance of large-scale and fundamental inconsistencies between Christian groups remains an obstacle to Christian commitment for persons...


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Many Christians today do not have the confidence to state the most important, commonly held beliefs and practices of historic Christian communities. The appearance of large-scale and fundamental inconsistencies between Christian groups remains an obstacle to Christian commitment for persons outside of traditional Christian churches. The purpose of this book and coordinated video and audio series is to enable Christians to enunciate with confidence the most central and most common beliefs and practices of traditional Christian communities by learning some of the deeper historic traditions of Christian faith.
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Ted Campbell

Ted A. Campbell (PhD., Southern Methodist University, MA., Oxford) is Associate Professor of Church History at Southern Methodist University. His research interests include Methodist history including Wesleyan studies; Pietism and movements for a "religion of the heart" in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; Ecumenical Christian doctrine. Selected Publications: Methodist Doctrine: The Essentials (Abingdon Press); Christian Confessions: A Historical Introduction (Westminster John Knox Press); The Religion of the Heart: A Study of European Religious Life in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (University of South Carolina Press); John Wesley and Christian Antiquity: Religious Vision and Cultural Change (Kingswood Books imprint of the Abingdon Press); Edited: Albert C. Outler as Historian and Interpreter of the Christian Tradition (volume 8 in The Albert C. Outler Library; Anderson, Indiana: Bristol Books), Wesleyan Essentials in a Multicultural Society and Charles Wesley: Life Literature and Legacy(edited with Kenneth Newport).