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by James Taylor Cox. Published 1964 by Printed for the Committee on General Administration by W. Blackwood in. .Church of Scotland, Government.
by James Taylor Cox. Blackwood in Edinburgh. 844 p. Number of pages. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.
Like many Western churches, the Church of Scotland has been divided in recent years over the ordination of gay clergy in committed relationships, and, more generally, over the status of homosexuality for Christian ethics
Like many Western churches, the Church of Scotland has been divided in recent years over the ordination of gay clergy in committed relationships, and, more generally, over the status of homosexuality for Christian ethics. This failure has resulted in theological and ecclesial impasse, which this paper seeks to remedy through a diagnostic analysis of division over homosexuality, drawing upon the analytic tools developed by R. G. Collingwood.
Church of Scotland, the established national church of Scotland .
Church of Scotland, the established national church of Scotland, Presbyterian (see Presbyterianism ) in form. The first Protestants in Scotland, led by Patrick Hamilton, were predominantly Lutheran. The origins of the Church of Scotland are not to be found in 1560, but much earlier, if not with the Scottish Lollards, at least shortly after Martin Luther's Theses of 1517.
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It is hoped that the volume will prove a sufficient guide both to the Courts and to the individual members of the Church in the discharge of their duties and the 'care of their interests. It will serve also to exhibit the developed working Of the Presbyterian System, which our forefathers established on the great fundamental principles laid down in the New Testament for the Church of Christ.
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