Law, Liberty and Church: Authority and Justice in the Major Churches in England
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 214 страница
Law, Liberty and Church examines the presuppositions that underlie authority in the five largest Churches in England - the Church of England, the Roman Catholic Church, the Methodist Church, the United Reformed Church and the Baptist Union. Examining what has influenced their development, and how the patterns of authority that exist today have evolved, Gordon Arthur explores the contributions of Scripture, Roman Legal Theory, and Greek Philosophy.
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Authority in the New Testament
Authority in the Major English Churches
Justice in the Bible Roman Law and Greek Philosophy
Roman Canon Law Power and Justice
English Canon Law Since the Reformation
Liberty Democracy and Individualism
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