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The Bible\'s Authority in Today\'s Church
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The Bible's Authority in Today's Church

By Frederick Houk Borsch (Editor)

This book is in very good condition. There is little to no wear on the cover. The previous owners name and motto is affixed to the inside of the front cover. The pages are white, crisp and clear of any markings. "For several intense days in the fall of 1993 the House of Bishops of the Episcopal Church gathered to reflect on the central role of scripture for our life as a church, and to look at the various ways in which the authority of scripture is expressed. Working in groups of eight, we had an opportunity to share our understandings and being informed by one another. At the conclusion of our time together we were in full accord that it had been time well spent. I believe we were enriched, both individually and as a House of Bishops, by our discussions...." - Preface from The Bible's Authority in Today's Church


Doctrine In The Church Of England
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Doctrine In The Church Of England

By The Report Of The Commission On Christian Doctrine

This book is in fairly good condition. There is some wear on the front, back, edges, and spine of the cover boards. There is almost no bumping and fraying on the cover boards. The previous owner has signed the inside front cover board. The pages are yellowing, and tanning, also several pages contain underlining. "The faith and doctrine of Christianity are handed down to us in the context of a living fellowship. In its widest sense this fellowship is that of the Church Universal; to us as Anglicans the tradition is handed down through the Anglican Communion as a part of Western Christendom. This involves for us two consequences. The first is that in interpreting our own tradition we must give attention to the background of the universal tradition of Christendom. The second is that in discussion of doctrine today we are bound to consider its historical sources and the authority which these should carry...." - Chapter One from Doctrine In The Church Of England