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Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 21 avhandlingar innehållade orden Sven-Erik Brodd.
Sammanfattning : The Social Democratic party of Sweden (SAP) was from its starting point in late 19th century oppositional to the Swedish Church and its position in Swedish society. But soon two different views were formed. The first view was to cut all ties between state and church. The second view was to perform a democratic reformation of the Church. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Axner, Torbjörn, Ordo Missæ. Missal supplements in Church of Sweden 1942–1967This work is a study of a certain aspect of the liturgical movement in the Church of Sweden during the years 1942–1967. In 1942 a new Book of Order was published to some extent influenced by the international liturgical movement. LÄS MER
3. Församlingen som sakrament : Dop, medlemskap och ekumenik bland frikyrkokristna vid 1900-talets slut
Sammanfattning : In the dissertation Free Church ecclesiology is examined from the point of view of three themes: faith, baptism and membership with certain concern for ecumenical experience.The essential source material in the dissertation consists of 30 qualified interviews with members from five Swedish Free Church denominations. LÄS MER
4. Catholicity Challenging Ethnicity : An Ecclesiological Study of Congregations and Churches in Post-apartheid South Africa
Sammanfattning : This thesis deals with the relationship between the catholicity of the Church and ethnicity. South African congregations and churches have been studied two decades after the advent of democracy to discern their ecclesiological practices. LÄS MER
5. Apostolic Succession in the Porvoo Common Statement : Unity through a deeper sense of apostolicity
Sammanfattning : A number of ecumenical dialogues have identified apostolic succession as one of the most crucial issues on which the churches need to find a joint understanding in order to achieve the unity of the Church.When the Porvoo Common Statement (PCS) was published in 1993, it was regarded by some as an ecumenical breakthrough, because it claimed to have established visible and corporate unity between the Lutheran and Anglican churches of the Nordic-Baltic-British-Irish region through a joint understanding of ecclesiology and apostolic succession. LÄS MER