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Holy spirit, prayer syudent note book:: INRI By Matthew Crowner
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Philosophy and Theology and Christian and Ecumenical: A student of the Holy Spirit: a note book of encouragement searching ecumenical wisdom.... 1st book in a series to come? Respect for self beliefs... More > and and an attitude of curtsy and enocuragement of education for Wisdom: New and old.... INRI: Author: Matthew Crowner< Less
Holy spirit, prayer syudent note book:: INRI By Matthew Crowner
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Philosophy and Theology and Christian and Ecumenical: A student of the Holy Spirit: a note book of encouragement searching ecumenical wisdom.... 1st book in a series to come? Respect for self beliefs... More > and and an attitude of curtsy and enocuragement of education for Wisdom: New and old.... INRI: Author: Matthew Crowner< Less
Holy spirit, prayer syudent note book:: INRI By Matthew Crowner
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Black & White Text; Condensed Format Edition. Compare to Full and Color Edition. Syudent notes on Christianity and Ecumenicalism: INRI: Praise Jesus. Respect to Ecumenical wisdom... and respect... More > to the to the Catholic Church, Other Christian denominations, and as a Christian; a special side note: [God bless Israel and all God's Covenants (ie. including the "Covenant of Noah").] Also discus macro-microcosm mysteries of the Christian Trinity...."Faith vs. Works" is discussed in detail among other similar Topics of discourse....Using the Bible!, the Catholic Catechism, and referencing student notes....< Less
Holy spirit, prayer syudent note book:: INRI By Matthew Crowner
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Black & White Text; Condensed Format Edition. Compare to Full and Color Edition. Syudent notes on Christianity and Ecumenicalism: INRI: Praise Jesus. Respect to Ecumenical wisdom... and respect... More > to the to the Catholic Church, Other Christian denominations, and as a Christian; a special side note: [God bless Israel and all God's Covenants (ie. including the "Covenant of Noah").] Also discus macro-microcosm mysteries of the Christian Trinity...."Faith vs. Works" is discussed in detail among other similar Topics of discourse....Using the Bible!, the Catholic Catechism, and referencing student notes....< Less
From Tradition to Liberation By Jason Giannetti
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An ecumenical Passover Haggadah that is inclusive, gender-equal, and draws on the Jewish tradition as well as utilizing modern mythology, Buddhist ideas, and psychology. This Haggadah gets at the... More > core transformation that is the Passover: from slavery to freedom, bondage to liberation. The retelling of the story aims at self-reflection and social justice in order to achieve liberty in many senses of that term.< Less
As Pilgrims Progress - Learning how Christians can walk hand in hand when they don't see eye to eye By Stephen John March & David E. Bjork
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This book is for Roman Catholic and Evangelical Protestant lay people who wonder what relationship, if any, they might have with their friends who come from a different Christian faith tradition than... More > their own. The authors aim to address that question in a practical way. They believe that while disagreements remain, it is possible to preserve the integrity of the faith while relating positively to Christians who cherish other beliefs. The opinions expressed in this book grew out of nearly thirty years of experience as evangelical protestant missionaries ministering in catholic parish communities in France. The goal of the book is to move the readers beyond simply understanding each other, to a place where they might begin using their diversity to stimulate and encourage each other in our common pursuit of obedient discipleship. We know of no other book which targets ecumenical lay relations in this way.< Less
Christ and Culture By Georges Florovsky
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A difficult to find collection of Florovsky's works, of interest to Orthodox, Lutherans and other Protestants, Catholics, and history buffs.
Nicaea I Greek and English By Shaun Kennedy
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The first quarter of the fourth century was a turbulent time of expanding power for Christianity. Constantine had come to the head of the Roman Empire in 306. As a part of his reforms, he made... More > religion a matter of personal conviction rather than legislated loyalty. Instead of Christianity being an illegal and underground sect, it became a dominant and powerful force in the Roman Empire. Nicaea I became a new standard. Nicaea I called church leaders from the furthest reaches of the empire to discuss an issue that was crawling through Egypt. The bishop of Alexandria, named Alexander, was dealing with an upstart presbyter named Arius. Arius was teaching that Christ was not Divine, but a creature like us. According to Arius, Jesus didn’t exist before he was conceived in the virgin’s womb. He was fully human, and divine only by imputation, not nature.< Less
Texts on the Atonement of Jesus Christ and the Justification of Believers By Stephen Bolin
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Contains the following Texts (or Excerpts): Catholic Encyclopedia on Atonement, Why God Became Man, On the Incarnation, The Tome of St. Leo, The Catechism of the Council of Trent, A Treatise On the... More > Grace Of Christ, Institutes of the Christian Religion, Two Hundred Texts on Teology.< Less
Essay: Historical and Historic By Kurt E. Marquart
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The essays in this volume give just a glimpse of the role that Dr. Kurt Erik Marquart played in the Lutheran Church during his ministry of forty-seven years. Not least among... More > Dr. Marquart’s contributions were his lectures and articles devoted to the “public square.” If I would have any advice to pastors, seminary students, and laymen interested in theology, I would paraphrase the advice given to me and say: “Read Professor Marquart and study every article he offers! You can’t do better than that.” When you are finished with Marquart’s writings, then you will be ready for the grand tradition of orthodox Lutheran systematicians that he transmitted and epitomized. In Foreword by Martin Noland< Less

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