The Catholicity of the Reformation
The Catholicity of the Reformation   -     By: Carl Braaten
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As the title of this engaging book suggests, "catholicity" was the true intent of the Reformation. The Reformers did not set out to create what later came to be known as Protestant Christianity. Theirs was a quest for reformation and renewal in continuity with the "one holy catholic and apostolic church" of ancient times. The authors of the essays collected here demonstrate this catholicity of the Reformers and stress the importance of recovering the church's catholic tradition today.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 1996
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
ISBN: 0802842208
ISBN-13: 9780802842206

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As the title of this engaging book suggests, "catholicity" was the true intent of the Reformation. The Reformers did not set out to create what later came to be known as Protestant Christianity. Theirs was a quest for reformation and renewal in continuity with the "one holy catholic and apostolic church" of ancient times. The authors of the essays collected here demonstrate this catholicity of the Reformers and stress the importance of recovering the church'scatholic tradition today.Contributors: Robert W. Jenson, David S. Yeago, Frank C. Senn, Carl E. Braaten, James R. Crumley, Robert L. Wilken, G]nther Gassmann

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