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In good company : the Church as polis / Stanley Hauerwas.

By: Hauerwas, Stanley, 1940-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, �1995Description: 1 online resource (xv, 268 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780268082567; 0268082561; 0585300879; 9780585300870.Subject(s): Church | Christian ethics -- Methodist authors | RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- Ecclesiology | Christian ethics -- Methodist authors | Church | Ecclesiologie | Eenheid van de Kerk | Katholische Theologie | Katholische Kirche | RELIGION / Religion, Politics & StateGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: In good company.DDC classification: 262 Other classification: 11.61 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
What could it mean for the Church to be Christ's Body? A question without a clear answer -- The Church's one foundation is Jesus Christ her Lord or in a world without foundations all we have is the church -- Why Resident Aliens struck a chord -- Whose Church? Which future? Whither the Anabaptist vision? -- A homage to Mary and to the university called Notre Dame -- The importance of being Catholic: unsolicited advice from a Protestant bystander -- Work as co-creation: a critique of a remarkably bad idea -- In praise of Centesimus Annus -- Living in truth: moral theology as pilgrimage -- The liturgical shape of the Christian life: teaching Christian ethics as worship -- Casuisity in context: the need for tradition -- A Trinitarian theology of the chief end of all flesh -- The Kingship of Christ: why freedom of "Belief" is not enough.
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Part 1: In Protestant company -- What could it mean for the Church to be Christ's Body? A question without a clear answer -- The Church's one foundation is Jesus Christ her Lord or in a world without foundations all we have is the church -- Why Resident Aliens struck a chord -- Whose Church? Which future? Whither the Anabaptist vision? -- Part 2: In Catholic company -- A homage to Mary and to the university called Notre Dame -- The importance of being Catholic: unsolicited advice from a Protestant bystander -- Work as co-creation: a critique of a remarkably bad idea -- In praise of Centesimus Annus -- Living in truth: moral theology as pilgrimage -- Part 3: Ecclesial ethics -- The liturgical shape of the Christian life: teaching Christian ethics as worship -- Casuisity in context: the need for tradition -- A Trinitarian theology of the chief end of all flesh -- The Kingship of Christ: why freedom of "Belief" is not enough.

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