Get Discounts ! Latest Deals ! Allow Notifications to Stay Informed !!!❌
Templeism: Five Facets of Christian Formalism
Templeism: Five Facets of Christian Formalism Details
James Gall, 1808-1895, lived in Scotland and wrote this treatise in 1890 as part of a book entitled "The Synagogue, Not the Temple, the Germ and Model of the Christian Church." In "Templeism" he addresses five facets of Christian formalism: sacred men, sacred places, sacred things, sacred days, and sacred ceremonies. The tendency to venerate these things, and not Christ, is found in every corner of the church today---Catholic, Protestant, evangelical, and fundamentalist.
Similar Product From Amazon
Similar Product By Brand
VIEW ALL createspace independent pub christianity