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Baptism : historical, theological, and pastoral perspectives

Author: Gordon L Heath; James D Dvorak
Publisher: Eugene, Or. : Pickwick Publications, ©2011.
Series: Theological studies series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this book, Gordon Heath and James Dvorak bring together three traditions that are not often brought together under one roof: Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant. Authors from a number of Protestant traditions, as well as one from Orthodoxy and one from Catholicism, have contributed to a volume that provides a grander vision of the diversity of the church as well as a deeper sense of the differences that divide and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gordon L Heath; James D Dvorak
ISBN: 1608994864 9781608994861
OCLC Number: 703218672
Description: xvii, 271 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Gordon L. Heath, James D. Dvorak --Baptism in Orthodox Christianity / Irenaeus M.C. Steenberg --
Baptism in the Roman Catholic Church / Gerard Kelly --
The Lutheran theology of baptism / Robert Kolb --
Baptism in the Reformed tradition / John Vissers --
Baptism in the Anglican Communion / Alan L. Hayes --
Baptism among Baptists / Anthony R. Cross --
Baptism and Quakers / Howard R. Macy --
Baptism in the Restoration movement / Curt Niccum --
Baptism among Pentecostsals / Steve Studebaker --
Conclusion: Author responses.
Series Title: Theological studies series.
Responsibility: edited by Gordon L. Heath and James D. Dvorak.

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In this book, Gordon Heath and James Dvorak bring together three traditions that are not often brought together under one roof: Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant. Authors from a number of Protestant traditions, as well as one from Orthodoxy and one from Catholicism, have contributed to a volume that provides a grander vision of the diversity of the church as well as a deeper sense of the differences that divide and the similarities that unite.

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