Table of Contents
Introduction: The Role of Ecclesiology in (Systematic) Theology

Part 1: Ecclesiological Traditions
1. The Church as an Icon of the Trinity: Eastern Orthodox Ecclesiology
2. The Church as the People of God: Roman Catholic Ecclesiology
3. The Church as Just and Sinful: Luteran Ecclesiology
4. The Church as Covenant: Reformed Ecclesiology
5. The Church as the Fellowship of Believers: Free Church Ecclesiologies
6. The Church in the Power of the Spirit: Pentecostal/Charismatic Ecclesiologies
7. The Church as One: The Ecumenical Movement Ecclesiologies

Part 2: Leading Contemporary Ecclesiologists
8. John Zizioulas: Communion Ecclesiology
9. Hans Küng: Charismatic Ecclesiology
10. Wolfhart Pannenberg: Universal Ecclesiology
11. Jürgen Moltmann: Messianic Ecclesiology
12. Miroslav Volf: Participatory Ecclesiology
13. James McClendon Jr: Baptist Ecclesiology
14. Lesslie Newbigin: Missionary Ecclesiology
Concluding Reflections on Leading Ecclesiologists

Part 3: Contextual Ecclesiologies
15. The Non-Church Movement in Asia
16. Base Ecclesial Communities in Latin America
17. The Feminist Church
18. African Independent Churches' Ecclesiology
19. The Shepherding Movement's Renewal Ecclesiology
20. "A World Church"
21. The Post-Christian Church as "Another City"

Epilogue: Ecclesiological Challenges for the Third Millennium

Names Index

Subject Index
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