Published May 30, 2007
by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Get this from a library! The Trinity and ecumenical church thought: the church-event. [William C Ingle-Gillis] -- "Some hundred years from inception, the ecumenical movement is stagnating. William C. Ingle-Gillis argues that the problem lies in modern ecumenism's treatment of denominational Churches . The Trinity and Ecumenical Church Thought (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology, and Biblical Studies) Some hundred years from inception, the ecumenical movement is stagnating. William C. Ingle-Gillis argues that the problem lies in modern ecumenism's treatment of denominational Churches as provisional entities requiring reunion to be more fully Christ's Body. The Trinity and ecumenical church thought: the church-event. [William C Ingle-Gillis] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for 'This book is a challenge to the current climate in ecumenism. The Trinity and Ecumenical Church Thought: the Church‐Event – By William C. Ingle‐Gillis. Mark S. Medley. Baptist Seminary of Kentucky. Search for more papers by this author. Mark S. Medley. Baptist Seminary of Kentucky. Search for more papers by .
The Trinity and Ecumenical Church Thought: The Church Event The Trinity and Ecumenical Church Thought: The Church Event Greggs, Tom Book Reviews / Journal of Reformed Th eology 3 () William C. Ingel-Gillis, Th e Trinity and Ecumenical Church Th ought: Th e Church Event (Ashgate New Critical Th inking in Religion, Th . This article examines the relevance of the doctrine of the Trinity for modern ecumenism. It explains that the doctrine of the Trinity has featured prominently in modern ecumenical conversation because theologians and Church leaders have engaged in bilateral and multilateral dialogues have drawn upon the rich seam of Trinitarian thought. It shows how the agreement of Christians regarding the. The doctrine of the Trinity as received and confessed by the ecumenical Church was not a point of dispute between Rome and the Protestant Reformers. Despite occasional claims to the contrary, the major theologians of the Reformation era (c–78), including Martin Luther (–), Philip Melanchthon (–), Martin Bucer (–), Ulrich Zwingli (–), Heinrich. A health crisis may be defining how we are church, but it cannot stop us from being the church! Our building may be closed, but we are active in ministry and staying in contact. We invite you to enter our site to learn more about Trinity Ecumenical Parish, where you are always welcome.
Faithful to the doctrinal tradition of the Orthodox Church, The Mystery of the Trinity reflects the thought of the Eastern Fathers from the time of the Apostles to the end of the Byzantine theology of the Fathers cannot be separated from public prayer, and it is in liturgical creation that they have expressed the common faith of the Church in the most authentic, living manner. Books; Journals; Additional Products; Titles No Longer Published by Brill; Librarians. Librarians; How to Manage your Online Holdings; The Trinity and Ecumenical Church Thought in Ecclesiology. E-ISSN: Print ISSN: Publisher: Brill Author: Paul Avis. The Trinity and Ecumenical Church Thought: The Church-Event (Routledge New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology and Biblical Studies) View larger image By: William C. Ingle-Gillis. A monograph on Dumitru Stăniloae’s Trinitarian ecclesiology, which reflects on the ecumenical relevance of the Romanian Orthodox theologian’s views on the filioque, the Trinity, and the Church, was recently published by Viorel talked to Coman about his book .