2 edition of Some historical reflections on the Church in the Caribbean found in the catalog.
Some historical reflections on the Church in the Caribbean
Eric Eustace Williams
by Public Relations Division, Office of the Prime Minister in [Port-of-Spain
Written in English
|Statement||by Eric Williams to the Synod of the South Caribbean District of Methodist Church at the Tranquillity Church, Port-of-Spain, on 24 Jan. 1973.|
|LC Classifications||BR640 .W54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||75330043|
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Some Historical Reflections on the Church in the Caribbean ERIC WILLIAMS SOME HISTORICAL REFLECTIONS ON THE CHURCH IN THE CARIBBEAN An Address by Dr. the Rt. Hon. Eric/Williams, Prime Minister of Trinidad- and Tobago, to the Synod of th 'South Caribbean District of Methodist Church at the Tranquillity Church, Port-of-Spain, on 24 January, Some historical reflections on the Church in the Caribbean.
[Port-of-Spain]: [Public Relations Division, Office of the Prime Minister], [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Eric Eustace Williams.
Some historical reflections on the Church in the Caribbean: an address / by Eric Williams to the Synod of the South Caribbean District of Methodist Church at the Tranquillity Church, Port-of-Spain, on 24 Jan.
Public Relations Division, Office of the Prime Minister [Port-of-Spain Australian/Harvard Citation. Williams, Eric.
This paper proposes that the formation of the Caribbean Conference of Churches was to be the prophetic voice to address socio-political, economic and religio-cultural issues within the Caribbean region in an ecumenical framework. University of the West Indies Press, - History - pages 0 Reviews This is a collection of essays on the history of Christianity and the role of the Church in the processes of colonization and decolonization in the Caribbean.
The Methodist church in the West Indies revived somewhat after the excesses of the Great Revival of – had passed. Never among the largest Protestant denominations in the Caribbean, the Methodist church is, nevertheless, an important religion in the region.
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A church will inevitably reflect to some extent the society in which it exists. This reflection need not necessarily be in direct proportion; indeed, it dare not be. The redemptive fellowship known as a New Testament church possesses a dimension unknown to the world; consequently, the church must not be conformed to its environment.
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The lasting legacy of their history is in Tainos features that can be found in the faces of some Dominicans and Cubans. Caribbean History: Selected full-text books and articles.
Hispaniola: Caribbean Chiefdoms in the Age of Columbus By Samuel M. Wilson University of. First, the method is outlined. Second, an introduction discusses the key features of the method. The substantial third section — “Reflections from History” — offers biblical and historical illustrations of the method.
Fourth, “The Method Realized” provides more recent examples of the method, indicating its continuing relevance. Maxwell () describes the situation as the historical "whitewashing" of the Church's involvement in slavery.
Father John Francis Maxwell in published "Slavery and the Catholic Church: The history of Catholic teaching concerning the moral legitimacy of the institution of slavery", a book that was the product of seven years research.
Christian History magazine asked a number of their past contributors to help identify the most influential works in Christian history (aside from the Bible). The results are now in, and they have recently posted a Top 25 List. Here are the Top 25 writings as selected by Christian History.
Augustine, Confessions (c. ) Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae (–). All the major religions of the world as well as some indigenous outgrowths of these faiths are found in the Caribbean. In this book, Dr. Bisnauth covers the history of a wide range of religions, from the vanished beliefs of the Caribs and Arawaks to the Rastafarianism of today.
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In addition, I do not necessarily want to limit myself to five books on a topic. There may be more than five. There may be less. So, what are some of the more helpful books for students of church history.
General Church History. Cross, F.L. The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church. Gonzales, Justo. The Story of Christianity (2 volumes).
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Author: Jay P. Dolan Publisher: Image ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF Category: Religion Languages: en Pages: View: Get Book.The Catholic Church and the state in the Dominican Republic, / William Wipfler; Protestantism in Cuba, / Theo Tschuy. Summary This is a collection of essays on the history of Christianity and the role of the Church in the processes of colonization and decolonization in the Caribbean.