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Historical Models For The Priest as Pastor: From The Major Works of Gregory the Great, Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas à Kempis, George Herbert, Richard Baxter, William Law and Urban T. Holmes,III Henry Chan

Historical Models For The Priest as Pastor: From The Major Works of Gregory the Great, Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas à Kempis, George Herbert, Richard Baxter, William Law and Urban T. Holmes,III

Henry Chan

Published May 28th 2014
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184 pages
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This work focuses on historical models for the priest as pastor based on the study of Gregory the Great’s The Book of Pastoral Rule, Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, Thomas à Kempis’ The Imitation of Christ, George Herbert’s The CountryMoreThis work focuses on historical models for the priest as pastor based on the study of Gregory the Great’s The Book of Pastoral Rule, Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, Thomas à Kempis’ The Imitation of Christ, George Herbert’s The Country Parson, Richard Baxter’s The Reformed Pastor, William Law’s A Serious call to A Devout and Holy Life, and Urban T. Holmes’ The Future Shape of Ministry, Ministry and Imagination, The Priest in Community: Exploring the Roots of Ministry, and Spirituality for Ministry.