The issue of the church is one of the most divisive issues in Christendom. In this volume, Professor Fenison restricts his studies to pre-New Testament and New Testament uses of the Greek ekklesia. He then evaluates the more modern universal invisible church theory in its relationship to the historical usage of the term and in its relationship to the very fundamental basics of biblical soteriology. He demonstrates that his post-biblical theory is consistent with regard to the primary consequence of the fall (spiritual death/separation) and its only possible fundamental solution (restoration to spiritual union with God).
|Nonfiction, Religion/Spirituality/New Age
|Black and White
|6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)
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