Theological Perspectives on the Proposed Lutheran-Episcopal Concordat. Discusses issues such as: The Apostolate of bishop and people as a sign of the Kingdom of God --S.W. Sykes The Lutheran-Episcopal Concordat --Bruce Marshall Conditions of communion...
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Theological Perspectives on the Proposed Lutheran-Episcopal Concordat. Discusses issues such as:
The Apostolate of bishop and people as a sign of the Kingdom of God --S.W. Sykes
The Lutheran-Episcopal Concordat --Bruce Marshall
Conditions of communion --Michael Root
Gospel and Church --Wolfhart Pannenberg
The Evangelical significance of the historic^episcopate --R. R. Reno
Episcopalians, Lutherans and full^communion for mission -- George R. Sumner, Jr.
Episcopal oversight^and ecclesiastical discipline -- Philip Turner
The cost of^communion -- Ephraim Radner
Magisterium --J.A. DiNoia
The lectionary as theological construction --Christopher Seitz
On the efficacy of the Gospel -- Kenneth G. Appold
Theological renewal in^communion -- David S. Yeago
Appendix: the Concordat of agreement.
Ephraim Radner (PhD., Yale University) is professor of historical theology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, an Episcopal priest he was formerly rector of Church of the Ascension, Pueblo, Colorado. and is the author of The End of the Church: a pneumatology of Christian division in the West (Eerdmans), The Fate of Communion:The Agony of Anglicanism and the Future of a Global Church(Eerdmans), Hope among the Fragments: The Broken Church and Its Engagement of Scripture (Brazos), and Leviticus (Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible).
Russell R. Reno, (Ph.D., Yale University) is professor of theological ethics at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He is the co-author of Heroism and the Christian Life and has published essays in First Things and Pro Ecclesia. He has written In the Ruins of the Church: Sustaining Faith in an Age of Diminished Christianity; The Ordinary Transformed: An Inquiry into the Christian Vision of Transcendence. and Genesis (Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible).