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A People Called Episcopalians: A Brief Introduction To Our Peculiar Way Of Life

A People Called Episcopalians: A Brief Introduction To Our Peculiar Way Of Life

Who are we as Episcopalians? What is the Anglican Communion? This concise booklet answers these questions and more. Scholar and priest John Westerhoff explores five main areas of Episcopal life: identity, authority, spirituality, temperament, and Episcopal political structure.

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Is the “Church of Christ” the Real Church? #1 (introduction)

Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel CANSWERSTV, see websites: BIBLEQUERY.ORG, HISTORYCART.COM & MUSLIMHOPE.COM) interviews Bob L. Ross, author of “Campbellism, Its History & Heresies” (website: PILGRIMPUBLICATIONS.COM) about his week long debate with nationally known “Church of Christ” speaker & author Bill Jackson. Episode one covers televised events that led to the Ross-Jackson debate. Highlights of a previous debate between Robert A. Morey with Bob Ross versus “Church of Christ” preachers Don Bennett & George Williams is included. Type “LARRY WESSELS CAMPBELLISM” for many more videos on this subject & full length videos.

The Trinity: An Introduction to Catholic Doctrine on the Triune God (Thomistic Ressourcement)

The Trinity: An Introduction to Catholic Doctrine on the Triune God (Thomistic Ressourcement)

Representing the highest quality of scholarship, Gilles Emery offers a much-anticipated introduction to Catholic doctrine on the Trinity. His extensive research combined with lucid prose provides readers a resource to better understand the foundations of Trinitarian reflection. The book is addressed to all who wish to benefit from an initiation to Trinitarian doctrine.

The path proposed by this introductory work comprises six steps. First the book indicates some liturgical and biblical ways for entering into Trinitarian faith. It then presents the revelation of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in the New Testament, by inviting the reader to reflect upon the signification of the word “God.” Next it explores the confessions of Trinitarian faith, from the New Testament itself to the Creed of Constantinople, on which it offers a commentary. By emphasizing the Christian culture inherited from the fourth-century Fathers of the Church, the book presents the fundamental principles of Trinitarian doctrine, which find their summit in the Christian notion of “person.”

On these foundations, the heart of the book is a synthetic exposition of the persons of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit in their divine being and mutual relations, and in their action for us. Finally, the last step takes up again the study of the creative and saving action of the Trinity: the book concludes with a doctrinal exposition of the “missions” of the Son and Holy Spirit, that is, the salvific sending of the Son and Holy Spirit that leads humankind to the contemplation of the Father.

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