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To Build Christ’s Kingdom: An F. D. Maurice Reader
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To Build Christ’s Kingdom: An F. D. Maurice Reader

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Canterbury Press 2007

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Overview

Frederick Denison Maurice had a significant influence on the understanding and practice of Anglicanism. Maurice shaped the theology of ministry, its doctrines of atonement, Incarnation, and the Trinity, its ideas of heaven and hell, its exercise of social responsibility—the defining qualities of Anglicanism. This volume draws on Maurice’s sermons, pamphlets, and classic texts. An introductory essay explores the man and his remarkable legacy.

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Key Features

  • Focuses on Maurice’s sermons, pamphlets, and classic texts
  • Offers an introduction to Maurice’s life and work
  • Discusses the history of the Anglican church

Contents

  • Introduction: Maurice’s Life and Work
  • An F. D. Maurice Reader
  • A Note on the Texts
  • Early Life and Views
  • Faith, Fellowship and Theology
  • The Incarnation
  • The Sacrifice of Christ
  • The Holy Trinity
  • Eternal Life
  • The Church
  • The Sacraments
  • Church Unity
  • The Church of England
  • Social Theology
  • Prayer

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About Jeremy Morris

Jeremy Morris is dean of Trinity Hall, Cambridge and is author of the recently published F. D. Maurice and the Crisis of Christian Authority.