The Process of Admission to Ordained Ministry: The first Lutheran, Reformed, Anglican and Wesleyan rites

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Liturgical Press, 1996 - 227 من الصفحات
The Process of Admission to Ordained Ministry, in volumes for the early and Medieval periods, the Reformation period, and contemporary times, analyzes the liturgico-canonical institutions of the particular time and the complex structure of the ordination and the relational dimension of the ordained ministry in the Church. Ordination links communion in a process that is also communitarian, liturgical, and juridical, and, through these traits, sacramental. It examines how Christian ordination cannot be reduced to a rite of installation or the acceptance of a charge but is an ecclesial process whereby a Christian receives a charism for the edification of the whole church.
 

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Installation of a Bishop
14
Structuring of the Church
27
Ordination of a Bishop Superintendens
34
Relationship to the Formulary of Luther
40
Relationship Between the Ministry of Pastor
50
Later Influence of the Formulary of Petri
61
E OVERALL CONCLUSIONS
64
FORMULARIES INSPIRED BY
71
THE FIRST ORDINALS OF THE CHURCH
111
Prayers of Ordination or Consecration
123
B THE ORDINAL OF 1661
131
FIRST FORMULARY OF THE METHODIST
147
THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION
163
USE OF THE CATEGORY OF PRIESTHOOD
172
E ESCHATOLOGICAL MEANING OF THE INDIVIDUAL
175
FRAMEWORK OF ORDINATION
193

B THE FORMA AC RATIO 1550AN LASKI
75
Structuring of the Church
83
THE FORMULARY OF MIDDLEBURGH 15861602
95
STUDIES
212
INDEX
225
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