Evangelicals and Tradition The Formative Influence of the Early Church (Evangelical Ressourcement: Ancient Sources for the Churchs Future)

By: WILLIAMS, D. H.

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Dimensions: 160 x 232 x 12 mm Weight: 0.318 kilos Pages: 192

D. H. Williams considers the early church and the ancient tradition with an eye toward integrating these resources into the present-day life of the evangelical church. [Publisher] The past few years have seen a growing interest among evangelical leaders in the thought and life of the early Christian church. There is a desire to rediscover historical roots in the face of today's postmodern and increasingly post-denominational world. Evangelicals and Tradition is the first in a valuable new series of books edited by D. H. Williams. The series seeks to help today's church leaders recover the early church fathers' ancient understandings of Christian belief and practice for application to ministry in the twenty-first century. This first book traces the development and role of tradition in the early church, what kind of authority should be ascribed to tradition, and tradition's interaction with the Protestant hallmarks of "Scripture alone" and "by faith alone." [Publisher]

Title: Evangelicals and Tradition The Formative Influence of the Early Church (Evangelical Ressourcement: Ancient Sources for the Churchs Future)

Author: WILLIAMS, D. H.

Categories: Early Church,

Publisher: Baker Academic,: 2005.

ISBN Number: 0801027136

ISBN Number 13: 9780801027130

Binding: Softbound

Condition: NEW

Seller ID: 43737