The victory of faith and other sermons

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The third was favoured by the Reformers, and looks back to the biblical word koinonia (meaning 'fellowship' or 'participation') Because Holy Communion is so familiar to most Christian worshippers, it can be helpful to ask ourselves just what it is all about. Some Protestant reformers choose to believe that Jesus was speaking to St. Lay liberals have a high regard for Jesus, but they do not affirm that He is God’s only son and that salvation is available only through Him.” The title of their report points to the quandary of liberal Protestantism.

Pages: 367

Publisher: Robert Carter & brothers (1887)

ISBN: B00089LA48

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