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The Role of the Bishop

Changing Models for a Global Church

Maria Erling & Kirsi Stjerna, Editors

The essays in this book describe, from several perspectives, the role of the bishop in leading the church. The writers, from their global perspective, bear witness to the fact that the role of the bishop is an ever-changing one as bishops work in the world as it is. The writers speak from their experience as leaders in a global church, rather than focusing on what will be an anachronistic concept of leadership. The essays hold up the evangelical principle that leadership in the church must be subject to the gospel.

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The Contributors: Maria Erling, Martin Lind, G.R. Evans, G√ľnther Gassmann, Michael Cooper-White, Kirsi Stjerna, Manas Buthelezi.

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ISBN: 188651335X
156 Pages
Size: 6 x 9
Binding: Perfectbound
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