Retrieving the Tradition and Renewing Evangelicalism
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Retrieving the Tradition and Renewing Evangelicalism  -     By: Daniel Williams

Retrieving the Tradition and Renewing Evangelicalism

Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. / 1999 / Paperback

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This one-of-a-kind book is meant to help Protestant Christians read and receive the early church fathers as an essential part of their faith. Written primarily for the evangelical, independent, and free church communities, who remain largely suspicious of church history and the relationship between scripture and tradition, Retrieving the Tradition and Renewing Evangelicalism clearly explains why every branch of today's church is indebted to the doctrinal foundations laid by post-apostolic Christianity.

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Title: Retrieving the Tradition and Renewing Evangelicalism
By: Daniel Williams
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 248
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 1999
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Weight: 14 ounces
ISBN: 0802846688
ISBN-13: 9780802846686
Stock No: WW46688

Publisher's Description

A learned and uniquely constructive book that gently urges "suspicious" Christians to reclaim the patristic roots of their faith. This is the first book of its kind meant to help Protestant Christians recognize the early church fathers as an essential part of their faith. Writing primarily to the evangelical, independent, and free church communities, who remain largely suspicious of church history and the relationship between Scripture and tradition, D. H. Williams clearly explains why every branch of today's church owes its heritage to the doctrinal foundation laid by postapostolic Christianity. Based on solid historical scholarship, this volume shows that embracing the "catholic" roots of the faith will not lead to the loss of Protestant distinctiveness but is essential for preserving the Christian vision in our rapidly changing world.

Author Bio

D . H . Williams is assistant professor of patristics and historical theology at Loyola University of Chicago. An ordained Baptist minister, his other books include Arianism after Arius and Ambrose of Milan and the End of the Nicene-Arian Conflicts.
 

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