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Christian hope and the second coming /

by Minear, Paul S.
Published by : The Westminster Press, (Philadelphia (US) :) Physical details: 220 p. ; 21 x 14 cm. Subject(s): RELIGION | ESPERANZA CRISTIANA | SEGUNDA VENIDA Year: 1952
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Libros Libros Biblioteca Pr. Thomas Wood
Colección Obispo Federico Pagura
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During the past few years the Christian world has been engaged in extensive conversations concerning the nature and power on its hope. These conversations have been initiated by the World Council of Churches in preparation for this Assembly. "Jesus Christ, the Hope of the World", has already become the focus for the most thoroughly ecumenical discussion of modern times. Co-operative study of this theme has spread far beyond the denomination that belong to the Council. It is already clear that the momentum of interest and debate will continue long after the close of the Second Assembly. It is difficult to deny the importance and the relevance of this theme, yet many have been uneasy about the repercussions of the debate. Hope is a bond of peace, but is also has power to create division, to threaten old patterns, to underscore existing animosities, and to make Churches more aware than ever of their separate theological and cultural divisions.
Among the areas where American churchmen experience the greatest separation from churchmen to other continents, there are three to which special attention is directed on this book.

Structure of Christian Hope.

Return of Christ.

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