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The Nature of the Church


James L. Fleming 2005

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From the Introduction: It is our purpose to examine these developments to discover, as best we can, what were normal and good in contrast with those that reveal apostasy. With these results in view we hope to be in a better position to analyze our present condition and to point out at least some of the things needed to produce the conditions in the church that reasonably might have been expected to exist had their been only normal development without apostasy. It is the author’s hope that he may contribute something toward this end.—Albert F. Gray

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  • The New Testament Church
  • The Unity of the Church
  • The Post-Apostolic Age
  • The Early Catholic Church
  • The Great Upheaval in the Church
  • The Present Divisions in the Church
  • Efforts Toward Christian Unity
  • The Kind of Unity Required
  • The Problem of Organic Unity
  • The Quest for Unity in a Typical Community

Product Details

  • Title: The Nature of the Church
  • Author: Albert F. Gray
  • Publisher: Warner Press
  • Publication Date: 1960

About Albert F. Gray

Albert F. Gray was President of Pacific Bible College in Portland, Oregon. He also authored How to Study the Bible, Studies in Christian Theology Book One, and Studies in Christian Theology Book Two.

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