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Rhythm Of Doctrine, The

John E Colwell

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  • Dimensions: 10 x 159 x 229 mm
  • Weight: 0.227kg
  • Pages: 216

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Traditionally, Systematic Theology has been structured around the articles of the Creed: the doctrine of God, the doctrine of Christ, the doctrine of the Spirit, the doctrine of the Church, and so on. Whilst this approach has its benefits it is not without flaws. One weakness is that the roots and context of theology in Christian worship can be lost sight of and discussions can become abstract and disconnected from the life of faith. But there is another way to structure Systematic Theology, an approach more explicitly and self-consciously rooted the pattern of liturgy followed by most Christians for most of the Church's history.


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Traditionally systematic theology is structured around the Creeds articles. While this approach has its benefits it is not without flaws. One weakness is that the roots of theology in Christian worship can be lost sight of and discussions become abstract. But there is another way to structure systematic theology an approach explicitly rooted in the rhythm of the pattern of liturgy.John Colwell provides a short inspiring introduction to a systematic theology that is built around the worshipful rhythms of the Christian Year. In this ancientfuture way Christian worship theology and discipleship are woven into a seamless garment.
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Traditionally, Systematic Theology has been structured around the articles of the Creed: the doctrine of God, the doctrine of Christ, the doctrine of the Spirit, the doctrine of the Church, and so on. Whilst this approach has its benefits it is not without flaws. One weakness is that the roots and context of theology in Christian worship can be lost sight of and discussions can become abstract and disconnected from the life of faith. But there is another way to structure Systematic Theology, an approach more explicitly and self-consciously rooted the pattern of liturgy followed by most Christians for most of the Church's history.
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