The Extended Family

Why are There so Many Different Churches?

By Michael John Hooton

Foreword by Nigel G. Wright

The Extended Family

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  • Pages: 284
  • Publication Date: 5/9/2016
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The Extended Family

Why are There so Many Different Churches?

By Michael John Hooton

Foreword by Nigel G. Wright

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  • ISBN: 9781498280853
  • Pages: 284
  • Publication Date: 5/9/2016
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About-

"Why are there so many different churches?" Tracing the family tree of the modern church back to the early Christian centuries, The Extended Family explains how and why the various Christian denominations arose. It outlines the distinctive beliefs, traditions, practices, and values of the many church families in modern Britain, what they have in common, and where they have either disagreed or agreed to differ. It also examines the vital question: whether any of the differences between churches should still matter today.

Endorsements & Reviews-

"Michael Hooton has given us an encyclopedic guide to the origins, theologies, practices, and cultures of that astonishing phenomenon we call the Christian church. Whether you regard the church's diversity as a marked weakness or an unrivaled strength, this book cannot fail to inform and enlighten you."
--Nigel G. Wright, Principal Emeritus, Spurgeon's College, London

"Michael is wholly given, as a longstanding pastor, to what he writes about. His teaching gift, articulate manner, depth of research, and clarity of thought present a very credible addition to this great subject of the church--the extended family."
--Phil Pye, AOG National Leadership Team, UK

Contributors-

Michael John Hooton
Nigel G. Wright

Bio(s)-

Michael Hooton studied Modern Languages at Oxford and Theology at Spurgeon's College, London. He is the pastor of a Baptist church in the East Midlands in England.

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