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House Church and Mission: The Importance of Household Structures in Early Christianity

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House Church and Mission: The Importance of Household Structures in Early Christianity - Gehring, Roger W
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For nearly three hundred years, early Christians met almost exclusively in private homes initially built only for domestic use. In this study, Roger Gehring investigates the missional significance of house churches from the time of Jesus through Paul in light of both theological and socio-historical considerations. All church structures take shape in the tension between preestablished theological requirements and the concrete social situation. Even in the New Testament, the emergence of separate house churches involved the ...

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House Church and Mission: The Importance of Household Structures in Early Christianity 2012, Baker Academic & Brazos Press, Grand Rapids

ISBN-13: 9780801046322

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House Church and Mission: The Importance of Household Structures in Early Christianity 2005, Hendrickson Publishers

ISBN-13: 9781565638129

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