The Church Event
Call and Challenge of a Church Protestant
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Is the church dying? Noted theologian Vtor Westhelle urges an emphatic no, and traces the church crisis to an "ecclesiological deficit," a lack of serious reflection on the real role of church as an ideal community and an institutional reality. He finds real consensus among the Reformers on what church should mean, and he traces the competing historical notions of church, their relations to the sources of Protestant religious conviction, and the gradual erosion of a sense for what it is the church actually "represents."
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