The Kenotic trajectory of the Church in Donald MacKinnon's theology : from Galilee to Jerusalem to Galilee /
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The Kenotic trajectory of the Church in Donald MacKinnon's theology : from Galilee to Jerusalem to Galilee /

The book explores those aspects of Donald MacKinnon's theological writings which challenge the claim of the liberal Catholic tradition in the Church of England to have forged an ecclesiological consensus, namely that the Church is the extension of the incarnation. MacKinnon destabilized this cl...

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Main Author: Connor, Timothy G. (Author)
Corporate Author: Bloomsbury Religion Collection
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: London ; New York : T & T Clark, 2011.
Series:T & T Clark studies in systematic theology ; v. 12.
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