Posted on November 28, 2017 by PLT Staff
From the publisher:
The liturgical season called “ordinary time” consists mostly of the weeks between Easter and the beginning of Advent. This season, generally ignored by theologians, aptly symbolizes the church’s existence as God’s creature in the gap between the resurrection of Christ and the consummation of all things. In this book Amy Plantinga Pauw draws on the seasons of the church year and the creation theology elaborated in the Wisdom books of Scripture to explore the contours of a Trinitarian ecclesiology that is properly attuned to the church’s life amid the realities of today’s world.
- Publication Information
- Author: Amy Plantinga Pauw
- Publication Type: Book
- Publisher:Wm. B. Eerdman's Publishing Co.
- Date of Publication:September 2017
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