The Present and Future Church

Pannenberg, Wolfhart
November 1991
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1991, Issue 17, p47
Describes the status of the Christian church. Missionary activities in Christian churches in the Third World; Religions that have become a formidable challenge to Christianity; Progress made by the forces of secularization in the Christian origins of Western culture.


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