New Testament Pattern: An Exegetical Enquiry Into the Catholic and Protestant Dualism

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James Clarke & Co., 2002 - 164 pages
A stimulating examination of the nature of Christian unity based on the pattern revealed in the New Testament. The author sees a two-fold pattern of complementarity, not uniformity, that emphasises both aspect of religion: the institutional and particular, and the personal and universal.
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
THE UNITY OF THE CHRIST
32
The Lord is the Christ
42
PART TWO THE APOSTLES
51
THE UNITY OF THE APOSTLES
67
PART THREE THE CHURCH
93
THE UNITY OF THE CHURCH III
111
CONCLUSION
127
Notes
143
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