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the branch of theology concerned with the nature and the constitution and the functions of a church

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It is difficult to know why exactly this classical approach has generally fallen from view among many contemporary ecclesiologists.
Much of this book is a conversation with other academic ecclesiologists.
Joseph Komonchak, an eminent American ecclesiologist, and the late Fr.
A fine example of an Episcopal debate over the use of the cross can be found in the pamphlet Puseyite Developments, or Notices of the New York Ecclesiologists.
White's Cambridge Movemerit: The Ecclesiologists and the Gothic Revival (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1962).
White, The Cambridge Movement: The Ecclesiologists and the Gothic Revival (Cambridge, 1962).
On the one hand, in the post-Vatican II period, ecclesiologists and the magisterium have been estranged for a long time.
Ecclesiologists tend to converge on the eucharist as the source for expressing this theology.
But the issues and procedures that led to his forced retirement have been taken up by theologians, ecclesiologists, canonists, commentators and interested Catholics well beyond Australia.
The book is a courageous and laudable effort by a select group of ecclesiologists to explore and to analyze Roger Haight's Christian Community in History, whose third volume appeared practically simultaneously to the book under review.
The Commissioners disliked the long chancels that Pugin and the Ecclesiologists made fashionable, but were generally unprejudiced in the matter of style, showing a preference for Classical in the cities and gothic in the country.
So could ecclesiologists still show an unseen face?
In that symposium's title, the word "local" refers not to the most local level, that of the diocese, as it otherwise often does--and as it generally does in this article, since the ecclesiologists I cite use it that way; rather, it refers to a grouping or communion of churches at the regional level.
Ten essays written by premier ecclesiologists in Denomination answer most of these questions.