Now showing items 1-4 of 4
Church and secondary societies in Korean ecclesiology and the Christocentric perspective of Karl Barth.
My purpose is to critically map out the relationship between Church and society in the current Korean context in light of three models: difference, identity, and harmony, and to propose a better relationship between Church ...
Ontology, ecclesiology, nonviolence : the witness against war in the theologies of John Howard Yoder, Dorothy Day, and William Stringfellow.
This dissertation argues that nonviolence bears witness to a particular form of social existence visible in the church. War, I argue, describes a form of social existence which is a counter social ontology to the existence ...
Authority, unity and truthfulness : the body of christ in the theologies of Robert Jenson and Rowan Williams with a view toward implications for free church ecclesiology.
Those within the free church tradition have often appealed to the notion of the invisible church to account for the unity of Christ's Body. A growing number of free church theologians, however, are arguing for the necessity ...
A re-membering sign : the Eucharist and ecclesial unity in Baptist ecclesiologies.
This dissertation argues for the Lord’s Supper, or Eucharist, as a vital basis of the church’s unity as the body of Christ. It focuses especially on the theology of James Wm. McClendon, Jr., who, though a member of a ...