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Rediscovering the Reformation: Learning From the One Church in Its Struggles

Paperback|Mar 2018
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:This book will approach the Reformation from the perspective on last year's Spring Harvest theme, 'One in Christ', and therefore look not at how or why the church split, or whether the church should have split, but from the perspective...


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:This book will approach the Reformation from the perspective on last year's Spring Harvest theme, 'One in Christ', and therefore look not at how or why the church split, or whether the church should have split, but from the perspective that the church cannot split because it is Christ's one body. From this basis, the book will explore themes of Christianity such as the church, attitude to scripture and faith, belief, grace and works seeking wisdom from each of the incarnations of the church that resulted from the disagreements of the sixteenth century.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 501325
  • Product Code 9780857219053
  • ISBN 0857219057
  • EAN 9780857219053
  • Pages 160
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Monarch
  • Publication Date Mar 2018
  • Sales Rank 65758
  • Dimensions 198 x 130 x 17mm

Matthew Knell

Dr Matthew Knell is the lecturer in historical theology and church history at the London School of Theology, writing and teaching on the history of Christian thought from the Church Fathers to the modern day with a special focus on the medieval period. Prior to this he was a missionary for six years in Belarus and Austria, and also worked as an intercultural consultant.