Description - Protestant Tradition by David Rhymer
THIS BOOK WILL HELP YOU to discover how Protestantism developed and spread from Europe to America to appreciate the wide range of interpretations of Protestantism, and the core beliefs and practices shared by the principal Protestant Churches to understand the special history of the Church of England to gain a perspective on the evangelical movements of the twenty-first century ACCESS THE WORLD S RELIGIONS Simple Guides: Religion is a series of concise, accessible introductions to the world s major religions. Written by experts in the field, they offer an engaging and sympathetic description of the key concepts, beliefs and practices of different faiths. Ideal for spiritual seekers and travellers alike, Simple Guides aims to open the doors of perception. Together the books provide a reliable compass to the world s great spiritual traditions, and a point of reference for further exploration and discovery. By offering essential insights into the core values, customs and beliefs of different societies, they also enable visitors to be aware of the cultural sensibilities of their hosts, and to behave in a way that fosters mutual respect and understanding."
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Author Biography - David Rhymer
David Rhymer claims the distinction of being (probably!) the only confirmed Anglican, ordained Baptist, working Methodist minister in Britain. As such he has a wide experience of life in three of the main Protestant traditions, and has encountered a number of others through his ecumenical connections which extend to a French Roman Catholic monastery. Having worked as a teacher, a Baptist minister and a Methodist minister, he is currently involved in adult theological education with Exeter University, and with adult training and education in the Methodist Church."