Who Is This Man?: Christ in the Renewal of the Church

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William Davage, Jonathan Baker
A&C Black, 2006 M08 10 - 130 pages
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One of the concerns of Archbishop Rowan Williams has been for theological renewal in the Christian Churches.  The Catholic authors of this book look at the topic they consider crucial - Christology.

The study of the person of Christ and in partiular the union in him of the Divine and human natures is of the greatest importance today as Christians face the challenges of secularism. The Gospels indicate that the historical Christ claimed to be both God and man and the earliest Christians regarded him as such.

This profound book will cause much debate and may well have a lasting influence on the way people think.

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Contents

Keith Newton
23
The Architecture of the Priesthood
29
Consecration Coherence Catholicity
39
Anglicans ARCIC and Ecclesiology
61
Learning from the Arts
67
Do You Love Me?
103
Bluh Bluh Hail Rejoice
117
Be Still and Know That I am God
129
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Dr Jonathan Baker is Warden of Pusey House, Oxford. A theologian of the first rank, he is a member of The Society of the Sacred Cross and has recently edited a collection of essays for SPCK on women bishops. Fr William Davage is Priest Librarian of Pusey House, Oxford.

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