Being Church: An Ecclesiology for the Rest of Us - eBook
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Title: Being Church: An Ecclesiology for the Rest of Us - eBook
By: Pablo R. Andinach
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Cascade Books
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781630876777
ISBN-13: 9781630876777
Stock No: WW111598EB

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This little book resulted from the conviction that we need to contemplate what it is to be the church in the contemporary world. We are aware that we are living in a time of crisis, with rapid social and cultural changes that challenge the way we have been a church: challenges that come not only from outside the institution--from the society where it acts--but from the inside as well. In this book we face old and new questions: What is the foundation of the church? Who are we as Christians? Who is this Jesus Christ in whom we believe? What is the mission of the church today? Proclaiming the Word: Is it another Sacrament? From what does Christ save us? What is sin?

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Pablo R. Andinach is Full Professor of Hebrew Bible at Instituto Universitario ISEDET, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2004 and 2011 he was invited to be a visiting professor at Perkins School of Theology, in Dallas, Texas. His publications include a commentary on Song of Songs (1997); Zechariah (International Bible Commentary, 1999); and Joel (Global Bible Commentary, 2005). He is an ordained minister in the Methodist Church in Argentina.

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