Church, The: A Theological and Historical Account
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Renowned evangelical theologian Gerald Bray provides a clear and coherent account of the church from a biblical, historical and theological perspective.
This introduction to the church from an evangelical perspective explores ecclesiology through the lenses of church history and doctrine to reveal what it means for us today. Bray discusses the church as a living reality, offering practical ways churches and individuals can cooperate and live together.
"Solid, shrewd, and most thorough, this superlative survey of God's people on earth past and present will be a boon not only for seminarians but also for many more of us besides. It is a truly outstanding performance."
- J. I. Packer, Regent College
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