Announcement of Publication: Spirit, Law, and the Church Critiques of Rudolph Sohm

What is the place of “organization” in the church? To what degree does the church need to be “organized”? At bottom, that was the question addressed by the famed Lutheran legal scholar and church historian Rudolph Sohm (1841–1917). His conclusion was radical: organization was anathema to the church as a spiritual body, and was only …

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Announcement of publication: Ph. J. Hoedemaker, The Church and Modern Constitutional Law

Page link (Aalten, The Netherlands, October 14th, 2014) — WordBridge Publishing announces the publication of Philippus J. Hoedemaker’s The Church and Modern Constitutional Law. Translated from the Dutch edition of 1904. ABOUT THE BOOK: Philippus Hoedemaker (1839-1910) was a Dutch preacher and theologian, best known for his diametrical opposition to Abraham Kuyper. Having started their careers as friends, these two ended …

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