Confessing Our Faith: An Interpretation of the Statement of Faith of the United Church of Christ
This "reinterpretation" of the Statement of Faith adopted by the United Church of Christ in 1959 includes a description of the process that led to the original interpretation, and boldly indicates where the statement expresses firm convictions and where it encourages continuing discussions.
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Faith and Its Testimony
The Deeds of God
The Development of the Statement and Its Uses
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