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Corpus Christi: The Nature of the Church according to the Reformed Tradition

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Published in 1959: "One result of the present conversations between the Church of England and the Church of Scotland on re-union or some measure of inter-communion has been that both Churches have been canonically enjoined by their respective authorities to study the theological principles involved. The present work is written in a spirit of obedience to this injunction. Professor MacGregor has made a thorough examination of the continuity that his church, the Church of Scotland, insists upon; but this question is also of vital importance to Anglicans whose fidelity to the common Western past includes lively respect for and understanding of the common Reformation heritage. The author sets out to explain the doctrine and tradition of the 'Reformed' Churches, i.e. those Protestant bodies deriving from Calvin, especially as regards the nature of the Church and the Ministry, and the Sacraments of Baptism and the Eucharist. This book will be welcomed by scholars and by all those who are particularly anxious to understand what is the authentic doctrine of the Presbyterians and how it was derived."

Book in good condition, although there is wear to the dust jacket and foxing on the page edges.

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Author(s):
MacGregor, G.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1959
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
302
Publisher:
Macmillan

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Published in 1959: "One result of the present conversations between the Church of England and the Church of Scotland on re-union or some measure of inter-communion has been that both Churches have been canonically enjoined by their respective authorities to study the theological principles involved. The present work is written in a spirit of obedience to this injunction. Professor MacGregor has made a thorough examination of the continuity that his church, the Church of Scotland, insists upon; but this question is also of vital importance to Anglicans whose fidelity to the common Western past includes lively respect for and understanding of the common Reformation heritage. The author sets out to explain the doctrine and tradition of the 'Reformed' Churches, i.e. those Protestant bodies deriving from Calvin, especially as regards the nature of the Church and the Ministry, and the Sacraments of Baptism and the Eucharist. This book will be welcomed by scholars and by all those who are particularly anxious to understand what is the authentic doctrine of the Presbyterians and how it was derived."

Book in good condition, although there is wear to the dust jacket and foxing on the page edges.

Author(s):
MacGregor, G.
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1959
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
302
Publisher:
Macmillan

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