Missing Glory in the Missional Church Jason Unzicker

ISBN: 9781937064167

Published: February 1st 2012

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96 pages


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Missing Glory in the Missional Church  by  Jason Unzicker

Missing Glory in the Missional Church by Jason Unzicker
February 1st 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 96 pages | ISBN: 9781937064167 | 8.49 Mb

The very act of giving God praise and glory is what has shaped the Churchs thought and motivation for centuries. Above all else, Gods people have been drawn to do what they do and say what they say in order that God might be glorified. Yet, inMoreThe very act of giving God praise and glory is what has shaped the Churchs thought and motivation for centuries. Above all else, Gods people have been drawn to do what they do and say what they say in order that God might be glorified. Yet, in recent years the world has experienced a theological shift.

Because the connection between doxology (promoting the glory of God) and the doctrine of the Church has been so strong, contemporary theology has been affected by the doxological assumption. The assumption is that since it is clearly understood, as substantiated through previous centuries of theological thought, that doxology is the primary motivation for the Church, there is a tendency to neglect expounding on doxological implications in many theological writings today.

Such neglect is justified by the thought that no further development is needed in addressing why the church is doxological. Missing Glory in the Missional Church addresses these assumptions and unveils the missing doxology in the Missional Church movement while encouraging the Missional Church to strengthen the doxological implications behind its theology.



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