By James A. Kelhoffer
By Various Various,Berni Georges,Jooles Tostevin,Deslea Maxwell,Paul Mortlock
'This specific booklet will supply major perception and a window into Salvation military programmes around the world. I commend this quantity, praying that it'll be either informative and engaging.
By Reuben J. Swanson
Reuben J. Swanson is a retired professor of latest testomony and non secular studies. An ordained Lutheran pastor, he has served parishes within the Midwest, the Southeast, New England, and California. Professor Swanson has got attractiveness and honors for his carrier to the church and for his writings. His works in ebook comprise The Horizontal Line Synopsis of the Gospels and 9 volumes within the sequence New testomony Greek Manuscripts. Dr. Swanson keeps to paintings at the subsequent volumes of New testomony Greek Manuscripts and on a brand new Horizontal Line Synopsis of the Gospels in Greek utilizing the textual content of Codex Vaticanus because the base.
By Gary B. McGee,George O. Wood,Charles M. Self,Charles Self
Who have been the lads and girls who laid the basis of the overall Council of the Assemblies of God? They have been traditional humans, many with very little ministry adventure or formal education, but they have been the uncooked fabric God utilized in the fashionable Pentecostal circulation. formed through the Holy Spirit, they grew to become His tools of imaginative and prescient and revival—from iteration to iteration. Their trip is a starting place we will construct on.
Ideal for school room use or own studying, this up to date model comprises up to date bios; new fabric protecting the time-frame because the unique writing of the ebook in 2000; and clean layout for simple reading.
Pick up the place this publication ends and your religion should be reinforced as you reside the heritage that has replaced the world.
By Jon Sweeney
Discover how Francis used to be first discovered by means of God after which joined through Clare regardless of the violent objections of her kinfolk. discover a number of matters that they confronted, together with the remedy of lepers in medieval society, corruption within the Church, and attitudes towards the created global. additionally, you will learn the way Clare's spirituality encouraged that of alternative renowned girls, how St. Francis misplaced keep an eye on of his personal circulation, and why Francis's physique used to be secretly buried upon his death.
The examples of early Franciscan spirituality problem any folks who might persist with Christ this present day. How could we view a teen at the present time who rejected relations for religious purposes? Is it attainable for women and men to have deep friendship and stay precise to a choice to chastity? Is intentional poverty of any price? Have we sentimentalized relatives to the purpose of ignoring what Jesus taught his disciples at the subject?
By Katsumi Fukasawa,Benjamin J. Kaplan,Pierre-Yves Beaurepaire
The non secular histories of Christian and Muslim international locations in Europe and Western Asia are frequently taken care of in isolation from each other. this may result in a restricted and simplistic realizing of the foreign and interreligious interactions at present happening. This edited assortment brings those nationwide and non secular narratives into dialog with one another, supporting readers to formulate a extra refined comprehension of the social and cultural elements keen on the tolerance and intolerance that has taken position in those components, and keeps at the present time.
Part one in every of this quantity examines the heritage of relatives among humans of alternative Christian confessions in western and valuable Europe. half then seems to be on the family members among Western and japanese Orthodox Christianity, Islam and Judaism within the substantial sector that extends round the Mediterranean from the Iberian Peninsula to western Asia. each one half ends with a end that considers the broader implications of the previous essays and issues the best way towards destiny study.
Bringing jointly students from Asia, the center East, Europe, and the United States this quantity embodies a global collaboration of surprising diversity. Its comparative process can be of curiosity to students of faith and historical past, rather people with an emphasis on interreligious family members and non secular tolerance.
By Chris Castaldo
In addition to advancing scholarship on numerous matters linked to Newman's and Vermigli's doctrines, and illuminating purposes and attendant conditions for conversion around the Tiber, the general conclusions of this learn supply a broader variety of soteriological probabilities to ecumenical discussion between Roman Catholics and Reformed Protestants via clarifying the typical floor to which either traditions may perhaps lay claim.
"Christopher Castaldo has written a deeply unique e-book . . . He has convincingly explored the character and bounds of the typical flooring that may be pointed out among the Anglican, after which Catholic, Newman writing in Victorian instances, and the Italian Protestant exile Peter Martyr Vermigli writing in Tudor England. A trip throughout this sort of timespan might sound not going to end up fruitful. . . . Castaldo's success is to wreck clean floor and express the fruit. . . . this can be a outstanding contribution to precise ecumenism."
--Dermot Fenlon, Fellow and instruct of Gonville and Caius collage Cambridge and college Lecturer in ecu History
"The doctrine of justification has been a subject of especial curiosity in Protestant-Catholic discussion. This examine seems to be at Peter Martyr Vermigli, a Roman Catholic who turned a Protestant and prompted the English Reformation, and John Henry Newman, an Evangelical who turned a Roman Catholic and likewise prompted the Church of britain. either wrote on justification and their perspectives aren't as various as one may have meant. Chris Castaldo expounds them skillfully and issues to invaluable classes that may be realized for brand new situation."
--Tony Lane, Professor of old Theology, London institution of Theology
"Peter Martyr Vermigli and John Henry Newman seem to be extraordinary fellow-sojourners. . . . during this booklet, Chris Castaldo, as well as offering an invaluable advent to either writers, issues out how genuine similarities (as good as striking alterations) are observable of their writings concerning the doctrine of justification."
--Kenneth J. Stewart, Professor of Theological stories, Covenant College
"Castaldo is familiar with the doctrine of justification as articulated by means of either evangelicalism and Catholicism. whereas the tendency of many at the present time is to hurry to stress the weather of justification held in universal through those traditions, Chris handles well both the commonalities and the adjustments. A must-read!"
--Gregg R. Allison, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Chris Castaldo (PhD) serves as Lead Pastor of recent Covenant Church in Naperville, Illinois. Chris blogs at www.chriscastaldo.com.
By Robert Alvis
Filling a large hole within the literature, White Eagle, Black Madonna is a scientific examine of the Catholic Church in Poland and one of the Polish diaspora. Polish Catholicism has no longer been rather good understood open air of Poland, and definitely no longer within the Anglophone global, previously. Demonstrating an remarkable mastery of the subject, Robert E. Alvis bargains an illuminating vantage element at the dynamic stress among centralization and variety that lengthy has characterised the Catholic Church’s background. Written in transparent, concise, available language, the e-book sheds gentle at the relevance of the Polish Catholic culture for the worldwide Catholic Church, a phenomenon that has been significantly greater via Pope John Paul II, whose theology, ecclesiology, and piety have been formed profoundly by way of his studies in Poland, and people reports in flip formed the process his lengthy and influential pontificate.
Offering a brand new source for figuring out the ancient improvement of Polish Catholicism, White Eagle, Black Madonna emphasizes the folk, areas, occasions, and formality activities that experience lively the culture and that also resonate between Polish Catholics this present day. From the baptism of Duke Mieszko in 966 to the controversial
burial of President Lech Kaczyński in 2010, the Church has observed the Polish humans in the course of their lengthy and infrequently tumultuous historical past. whereas frequently debatable, Catholicism’s effect over Poland’s political, social, and cultural existence has been no doubt profound.
By Kaya Oakes
By Simon Gerber
Simon Gerber legt den Schwerpunkt auf Schleiermachers drei kirchengeschichtliche Vorlesungen, die bisher (besonders used to be die materiale Darstellung der Kirchengeschichte betrifft) wenig erforscht waren; er nimmt aber auch Schleiermachers übriges Werk in den Blick (u.a. die philosophische Ethik, die theologische Enzyklopädie, die Glaubenslehre und christliche Sittenlehre, die Praktische Theologie und die Predigten), ebenso die zeitgenössischen geschichtstheoretischen und theologischen Debatten.
Schleiermacher betont, das wirksame Prinzip in der Kirchengeschichte sei der christliche Glaube und nicht, wie oft behauptet, politischer Ehrgeiz, Aberglaube oder dogmatistische Streitsucht. Besonderes Interesse hat er für die Entstehung der Kirchenorganisation, das altkirchliche Dogma, die Scholastik und die Reformation.