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Charles Gore and the Theology of Priesthood

PARKER-MCGEE, ROBERT,THOMAS (2016) Charles Gore and the Theology of Priesthood. Masters thesis, Durham University.

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The following dissertation is an investigation into the constitutive elements of a theology of priesthood to be found within the work of Charles Gore. Looking at Gore’s thought over a whole range of theological areas, this dissertation advances Gore’s theology of priesthood and develops his rich theological legacy with fresh insight into what he suggests the ordained priesthood may be called to be and do. As such it uncovers how the theology of priesthood is tied into Gore’s entire theological vision, connecting to his accounts of the Church, the sacraments and the incarnation. It uncovers fresh aspects to Gore’s understanding of the Church and its ministerial orders.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Award:Master of Arts
Keywords:Theology of Priesthood Ecclesiology Charles Gore Ministerial Orders The Church and the Ministry The Incarnation and the Priesthood The New Testament and Historical Basis for Ministerial Orders Sacramental Principles
Faculty and Department:Faculty of Arts and Humanities > Theology and Religion, Department of
Thesis Date:2016
Copyright:Copyright of this thesis is held by the author
Deposited On:22 Nov 2016 12:51

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