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Bearing The Marks Of The Church








Who or what is the church?  By what stars shall we navigate as we seek to be the church here and now?  The three essays gathered in "Bearing the Marks of the Church" use Nicene marks of the church - one, holy, catholic, apostolic - as navigation points as we seek to be the church now and into the future.


 



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