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  • Christian group structuring: Bishop, Congregationalist polity, Apostolic succession, Anglican Communion, Diocese, Presbyterian polity, Abbot, Parish,  
     

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    Lieferstatus:   i.d.R. innert 5-10 Tagen versandfertig
    Genre:  Philosophie 
    ISBN:  9781157086567 
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    9781157086567 
    Verlag:  Books LLC, Reference Series 
    Einband:  Kartoniert  
    Sprache:  English  
    Dimensionen:  H 246 mm / B 189 mm / D 8 mm 
    Seiten:  144 
    Zus. Info:  Paperback 
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    Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 143. Chapters: Bishop, Congregationalist polity, Apostolic succession, Anglican Communion, Diocese, Presbyterian polity, Abbot, Parish, Episcopal polity, Autocephaly, Full communion, Synod, The Reverend, Parish church, Orthodox Church organization, Patriarch, Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church, Christian Church, Christian denomination, Elder, Evangelical Christian Church in Canada, Ecclesiastical jurisdiction, Pastor, Church planting, House church, Ecclesiastical province, Cafe church, Church of England parish church, St. Edmund's Anglican Church, Annual Conferences of the United Methodist Church, Ecclesiology, Government of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Appointment of Catholic bishops, Church covenant, General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, Ordinary, Archdeacon, Non-denominational Christianity, Ecclesiastical polity, General conference, Philippines Central Conference, Archpriest, Anglican-German Bishopric in Jerusalem, Dean, Pastoral care, Notitiae Episcopatuum, Local church, General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Historical episcopate, Episcopal Area, Hegumen, Archimandrite, Evangelische Allianz, Superintendent, Protodeacon, Bulacan Philippines Annual Conference, List of Lutheran dioceses and archdioceses, Post-denominational churches, Lay presidency, Church union, Suburbicarian diocese, Continuing church, Session, Episcopal see, Modality, Middle judicatory, Cell church, Plurality, Circuit, Auxiliary bishop, Central Conferences, Total Ministry, Connectionalism, Assistant pastor, Chapelry, Surrogate, Metropolis. Excerpt: Apostolic succession (Hebrew: ┐, Greek: ) is a doctrine, held by some Christian denominations, which asserts that the chosen successors (properly ordained bishops) of the Twelve Apostles, from the first century to the present day, have inherited the spiritual, ecclesiastical and sacramental authority, power, and responsibility that were conferred upon them by the Apostles, who in turn received their spiritual authority from Jesus Christ. The Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox churches, Oriental Orthodox churches, the Anglican Communion and some Lutheran churches are the predominant proponents of this doctrine. To them, present-day bishops, as the successors of previous bishops, going back to the early days of Christianity, have spiritual and ecclesiastical power by this unbroken chain of ordinations stemming from the Apostles. This link with the Apostles guarantees for them their authority in matters of faith, morals and the valid administration of sacraments. This is reaffirmed every Sunday in the reciting of the Nicene Creed by priests and congregants, with the words, "We believe in one holy and catholic and apostolic Church..." The Catholic Church doubly believes that a bishop's authority on matters of faith and morals is infallible when what he teaches is universally taught by all the college of bishops in communion with the Bishop of Rome (the Pope), who in turn is seen as the successor of Saint Peter the Apostle and the Vicar of Christ on Earth. Essential to maintaining the apostolic succession is the proper consecration of bishops. Apostolic succession is to be distinguished from the Petrine supremacy (see Papacy and Coptic Pope). Most Protestants consider the authority given to the apostles as unique, proper to them alone. They reject any doctrine of a succession of their power. The Protestant view of ecclesiastical authority differs accordingly. A...

      



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