Free from Dogma

Theological Reflections in the Christian Community

By Tom Ravetz

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How does The Christian Community, which doesn't demand adherence to a doctrine or creed, answer the great spiritual and religious questions?

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The Christian Community is a religious movement which draws on the help and inspiration of Rudolf Steiner. One way in which it differs from other churches is that it does not demand adherence to any creed or view of the world from its members.

Nevertheless, spiritual, philosophical and religious questions arise, and by thinking about and discussing them, members can become part of the spiritual conversation that has been underway for the last 2000 years, since human beings have grappled to understand what they experience in Jesus Christ.

This book, the first of its kind to explore the theology of The Christian Community in a systematic way, asks such questions and offers many insights into religious life and experience. In the first half, Tom Ravetz addresses questions about God, the Trinity, the Incarnation, the Holy Spirit and evil. In the second half, he traces humanity's journey from oneness, to multiplicity, and to a new oneness through community.

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Format Paperback
Imprint Floris Books
Publication Date 26 Mar 2009
ISBN 9780863156908
Number of Pages 144

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