Ministry of the word in the New Testament - The word in the ante-Nicene church - The word in the patristic period - The word in the middle ages - The word in the reformation .
Ministry of the word in the New Testament - The word in the ante-Nicene church - The word in the patristic period - The word in the middle ages - The word in the reformation period - The word in the modern church - Theological reflections on God's word - Part three: Service to. the people of God. The New Testament ideal of service - The patristic period and the early middle ages - Medieval structures of church service - Reformation and post-reformation evolution - Theological reflections on human need - Part four: Ministering to God's judgment.
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Ministry to Word and Sacraments: History and Theology. University of Calgary. In this book the distinguished Roman Catholic theologian Bernard Cooke reassesses the long-standing Christian description of divine power. The word "power" evokes the spheres of economic, political. More). The Church: Catholic and Ecumenical. It is probably safe to say that theology will utilize religious experience as a starting-point even more than it has done in the past two decades. This will mean that the development of ecclesiolog.
In this book, Bernard Cooke exhibits courage and . Bernard J. Cooke is Professor of Theology at the college of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, and the author of Ministry to Word and Sacrament and The Distancing of God: The Ambiguity of Symbol in History and Theology.
In this book, Bernard Cooke exhibits courage and tenacity as he reconstructs, with full acceptance of historical criticism, the religious self-consciousness of Jesus and Jesus' awareness of the divine. Cooke focuses on the term "Abba" as descriptive of Jesus' relationship to the divine, considering it within the context of the Jewishness of Jesus' experience, Jesus' masculinity. Format Paperback 140 pages.
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