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unarticulated ecclesiology

“If personal faith plays a decisive role in the salvific experience, then this exclusive soteriological-ecclesiological concentration on Christ can, strictly speaking, ground only the salvation of the individual, but not the ecclesial salvific community itself. Each person stands directly under the dominion of Christ; what all together are to be remains unarticulated, emerging rather simply from that which each is to be in and for himself or herself.”

|| Miroslav Volf, After Our Likeness: The Church as the Image of the Trinity


About david b. clark

a husband and father || a student of philosophy, theology, history, literature, music, art, computer science


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