Our Evangelical Faith

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Clements Publishing Group, 2006 - Religion - 80 pages
In recent years "evangelical Christians" have come to occupy a more prominent role in North American society. But what is an evangelical Christian? How does the movement define itself? What is relationship between evangelicalism and Catholicism? In Our Evangelical Faith Professor Victor Shepherd offers a concise and helpful introduction to the core ideas and beliefs that have historically defined this movement. He then explains the seven doctrinal affirmations that unite evangelicals worldwide. Victor Shepherd is Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Tyndale University College & Seminary, Toronto, and professor ordinarius for the Graduate Theological Foundation, University of Oxford. He is also on the faculty of the Toronto School of Theology, University of Toronto, where he supervises doctoral students.
 

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Evangelicalism is no denomination—it's something broader, which makes it that much more difficult to define. In Our Evangelical Faith, Victor Shepherd offers a brief commentary on the seven doctrinal ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
7
Introduction
9
The Holy Scriptures
25
The Holy Trinity
31
Our Lord Jesus Christ
37
Salvation by Faith
43
The Holy Spirit
49
The Church as Christs Body
55
The Day of Judgment
61
The Function of Doctrine
67

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