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Introduces the reader to the social, moral, missiological, sacramental, ecumenical, and eschatological dimensions of the church through the biblical story of bread.
Deacon Ed Faulk
Offers an introductory look at the the theology, practices and structures of the Eastern Catholic Churches.
Rev. Richard P. McBrien
Touches on every major aspect of the mystery of the church, its nature, mission, ministries, and structures.
Faith, Hope, & Life of the Earliest Christian Communities, 50-70 C.E.
Aaron Milavec, PHd
A fresh translation and extensive commentary of The Didache that places the text in the context of how the earliest Christians saw themselves in relation to the surrounding Roman, pagan society.
Richard S. Ascough
Surveys the scholarly literature that examines the different models available in the Greco-Roman period for understanding how Paul's early Christian groups structured their communities; the models are synagogues, philosophical schools, ancient ...
Baptist Johann Metz
A collection of Metz's writings of the last fifteen years, never before published in English, on the subject of the church in the world.
One Holy Catholic & Aspostolic
Rev. Francis A. Sullivan
An ecclesiology textbook establishing theological grounds for ecumenism.
A distinguished scholar looks at seven different New Testament churches after the death of the apostles.
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