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The adequacy of Christianity to meet the world"s needs

by E. R. Hendrix

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Published by Board of Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Evangelistic work

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    StatementE.R. Hendrix
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. ;
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25908967M
    OCLC/WorldCa24509101

    Introducing Christianity is an essential introduction to one of the world’s great religious traditions. James Adair narrates the history of Christianity, the intellectual and historical context of its origins, its triumph under the Romans, the upheavals of the Crusades, the Protestant and Catholic Reformations and the challenges of the. The two-fold unity also meant that man is "a self-determining being who learns by acceptance." For Jaarsma, learning was a process in which a person, who had "felt" or internalized needs (both inherent and acquired), would learn if and when his needs were satisfied and thereby accepted.

    Barnes’ Bible Charts Who is a Christian? A Christian is a FOLLOWER of Christ 1 Peter A Christian is a LEARNER Acts A Christian is a BELIEVER 1 Timothy A Christian is a SAINT 1 Corinthians A Christian is a BRANCH of the vine John A Christian is a NEW CREATURE 2 Corinthians A Christian is LIGHT Matthew A Christian is LEAVEN Matthew Part 2 of series: The Challenge and Opportunity of Virtual Church Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series. Yesterday I began a blog series focusing on the challenge and opportunity of virtual church. This series will be, in part, a conversation with the book SimChurch: Being the Church in the Virtual World by Douglas Estes.

    My argument for online church assumes, however, that a person is connected to an in-the-flesh church. Virtual worship services are an adjunct to actual worship services. But the trickier issue has to do with the adequacy of online church. Some have claimed that it is enough for someone to participate online.   A review of To Change the World: the irony, tragedy & possibility of Christianity in the late modern world, by James Davison Hunter, Oxford University Press, One can be thankful that sociologist James Davison Hunter has offered his scholarly corrective to ineffectual Christian activism in his book, To Change the World: the Irony, Tragedy.


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