Ecclesiological Highs and Lows

Footnote

Don J. Payne, "Ecclesiological Highs and Lows: Thomas F. Torrance's Ecclesiological Influence on Ray S. Anderson," Participatio 6, "T. F. Torrance and Ecclesiology" (2016): 89-111

Bibliography

Payne, Don J. "Ecclesiological Highs and Lows: Thomas F. Torrance's Ecclesiological Influence on Ray S. Anderson." Participatio 6, "T. F. Torrance and Ecclesiology" (2016): 89-111

Abstract

This paper examines highlights of the ecclesiologies of Thomas F. Torrance and his student Ray S. Anderson. Torrance’s ecclesiology exhibits traits commonly understood as “high church” while Anderson’s ecclesiology can be characterized as “low church.” Yet Torrance and Anderson develop their respective ecclesiologies by way of common Christological and Pneumatological commitments, and do so in ways that allow them to differ from conventional high and low church ecclesiologies. Torrance's theological influence on Anderson's ecclesiology presents a fertile case study for both ecclesiology and theological method.

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T. F. Torrance and Ecclesiology

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