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Chapter 1, “A Doctrine of the Church for Liberals” (1983)
by Conrad Wright, in Walking Together
(Skinner, 1989), pages 1 – 24
Not only does Wright Illuminate the historic and influential meanings found in the Platform, but his discussion of them in terms of the contemporary church, underlines the continuing import of the Platform’s heritage.
- Are there other major polity questions the Wright does not consider?
- Does Wright delineate the major tension points today between congregation and denomination?
- Can religious liberals really have a “doctrine of the church?”
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