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The Church Beyond Division


James L. Fleming 2005

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From the Preface: As never before since the sixteenth century, religious people are concerned with the question of the church. In recent years the great conferences on Life and Work, and Faith and Order, held in Stockholm, Geneva, Oxford, and Edinburgh, have stirred the Protestant world to its depths. Volume after volume written by the foremost theological scholars and church leaders of the age have gone out in various languages to the farthest limits of civilization, bringing this moving subject of the church, its unity, its message and its work, into the remotest hamlets and the humblest homes of evangelical Christendom everywhere. I am happy to have the privilege of making a timely, even if limited, contribution to this epoch-making discussion.—Charles Ewing Brown


  • The Beloved Community
  • The Church in Old Testament Symbolism
  • Figures of the Church in the New Testament
  • Is There a Visible and an Invisible Church?
  • The Historical Marks of Orthodoxy
  • Some New Testament Principles Of the Church
  • How Do We Enter the Church?
  • The Local Church
  • The Orders of the Ministry
  • The Church in Society

Product Details

  • Title: The Church Beyond Division
  • Author: Charles E. Brown
  • Publisher: Gospel Trumpet
  • Publication Date: 1939
  • Pages: 213

About Charles E. Brown

Charles E. Brown was a lecturer in Christian Doctrine at Anderson College and Theological Seminary. He also authored Can We Talk with the Dead?, Christian Science Unmasked, and Reds and Religion.

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