On Christian Priesthood Paperback
A Contemporary Theology of Priesthood
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On Christian Priesthood
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The ideas which have defined and informed Christian priesthood in the past are now called into question more than at any time since the Reformation. Is there such a thing as a Christian cult? Is Christian worship in any other way sacrificial? How can ordained Christians be seen as part of a ministerial priesthood distinct from other believers? What does it mean to teach with authority within and on behalf of the Church?
When Michael Ramsey wrote The Christian Priest Today he could assume that the priest would be seen as a man of the Eucharist, a confessor, an intercessor and an exponent of the Church's teaching. In the contemporary Church none of these things can be taken for granted in the same say. This book seeks to re-pristinate the doctrine of ministerial priesthood by setting it within the context of fundamental moral theology - to recall readers from all Christian traditions to the fundamental soundness of the concept of ministerial priesthood and its importance in contemporary ecumenical duologue, liturgical reform and pastoral planning.
1. Why Christian Priesthood at all?
2. Ministerial Priesthood
3.The Priest in Absolution
4. Priest as Teacher
Dr Ward is Principal of St Stephen`s House Oxford, a constituent college of the University of Oxford.
On Christian Priesthood by Robin Ward was published by Continuum in March 2011 and is our 32940th best seller. The ISBN for On Christian Priesthood is 9780826499080.
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Details for On Christian Priesthood
|Author / Artist||Robin Ward|
|Publisher||Continuum (March 2011)|
|Number of Pages||224|
|Page last updated||3rd February 2018|