6 edition of A New Christianity for a New World found in the catalog.
September 18, 2001
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||304|
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In an important new book called “In Search of the Common Good,” the Christian writer Jake Meador upholds a traditional evangelical perspective in many ways — he is anti-abortion, for example. A New Christianity is a movement, a message, a possibility that transcends any human organization. I hope this issue leaves you inspired, enriched, and perhaps filled with even more questions. May you continue to approach sacred texts familiar and new to you for insights on your journey. Bronwen Henry Managing Editor & Creative Director.
6. The New Christianity will be made up of branches nearly like those that compose the various heretical associations existing in Europe and America today. The New Christianity will have, as the heretical associations do, its morality, its rituals and its dogma; it will have its clergy, and there will be leaders among this Size: KB. To my surprise, Calvin wrote a book (or it was the start of a later book) for this purpose called Truth for All Time: A Brief Outline of the Christian Faith. In 77 pages he writes about the basics of Christianity, the Ten Commandments, the Apostles Creed, The Lord’s Prayer and love of God.
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