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