Catholic and Reformed by Anthony Milton download in iPad, ePub, pdf
The threefold office links the work of Christ to God's work in ancient Israel. The Roman Catholic Church teaches that we are justified by baptism and that justification must be supplemented and improved by works. This ended up being a pattern all over the world during de-colonization. The Reformed believe that Christ alone is head of the Church and that no man may claim universal primacy over the people of God.
Prayer and worship is to be offered to God through him alone. The Reformed honour Mary as the mother of our Lord and see her as an example of obedience and love to God. For example, baptism regenerates and justifies, and participants in the Mass actually feed on the body and drink the blood of Christ.
And of course the English ruled the seas and began to colonize the known world. The true apostolic succession consists not in the physical laying on of hands as understood by Rome, but in believing and preaching the gospel proclaimed by the apostles and recorded in Scripture. The Reformed hold that that in Scripture the Lord's Supper is a fellowship meal that is to be kept by believers in remembrance of the finished work of Christ.
Faith is personified as a woman to the right of a naked man on the ground asking Christ the way of salvation. Anglicans tend to define their church as both catholic and reformational, or both catholic and evangelical. The gold cross on a monde globe surmounting the tiara symbolises the sovereignty of Jesus. For Reformed Christians, such a belief denies that Christ actually became human.
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