Church, College, and Clergy: A History of Theological Education at Knox College, Toronto, 1844-1994
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 01/05/1995 - 288 páginas
Using the public writings of faculty members, Fraser describes the evolution of theological education at Knox College and, by extension, the ministry and mission of the Presbyterian Church of Canada. Fraser argues that Knox College, with its mission to uphold and spread the great evangelical truths of the Gospel, played a crucial role in the development of Presbyterian culture and in shaping the dominant views of the church.
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Preserving and Propagating the Great Evangelical Truths
1 Founding Visions 18441850
2 Conflicting Strategies 18501870
3 Broadening Perspectives 18701890
4 Creating a Progressive College 18901905
5 Promoting the United Church of Canada 19051925
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Brian John Fraser
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