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The creedal imperative

Author: Carl R Trueman
Publisher: Wheaton, Ill. : Crossway, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The role of confessions and creeds is the subject of debate within evangelicalism today as many resonate with the call to return to Christianity's ancient roots. Advocating for a balanced perspective, Carl Trueman offers an analysis of why creeds and confessions are necessary, how they have developed over time, and how they can function in the church of today and tomorrow. --from publisher description
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl R Trueman
ISBN: 9781433521904 1433521903
OCLC Number: 773020600
Description: 205 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The cultural case against --
The foundations of creedalism --
The early church --
Classical Protestant confessions --
Confession as praise --
On the usefulness of creeds and confessions.
Responsibility: Carl R. Trueman.

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The role of confessions and creeds is the subject of debate within evangelicalism today as many resonate with the call to return to Christianity's ancient roots. Advocating for a balanced perspective, Carl Trueman offers an analysis of why creeds and confessions are necessary, how they have developed over time, and how they can function in the church of today and tomorrow. --from publisher description
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