Perpetually reforming : a theology of church reform and renewal /

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Author / Creator:Bradbury, John P.
Imprint:London : Bloomsbury, 2013.
Description:1 online resource (xiv, 232 pages)
Series:Ecclesiological investigations ; volume 14
T & T Clark theology
Ecclesiological investigations ; v. 14.
T & T Clark theology.
Subject:Church renewal.
Christian theology.
RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- Ecclesiology.
Church renewal.
Evangelische Theologie
Kirchliche Erneuerung
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Summary:One of the slogans of the reformation was ecclesia reformata semper reformanda - 'the reformed church always reforming'. Churches throughout the western world are currently engaged in reform and renewal programmes through internal structural reforms as well as movements like 'emerging church'. This book presents a challenging theology of church reform and renewal that offers a contemporary understanding of this historic slogan. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, Bradbury discerns processes and practices which are perpetually reforming and renewing the identity of the church. It examines doc.
Other form:Print version: Bradbury, John P. Perpetually reforming. London : Bloomsbury, 2013 9780567644091