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laity and the law

Gregory Okereke

laity and the law

a survey of the legal status of the laity in the Nigerian Church, towards the relevance of law in evangelization within the context of a developing country

by Gregory Okereke

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Published by P. Lang in Frankfurt am Main, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Lay missionaries -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Nigeria.,
    • Ecclesiastical law -- Nigeria.,
    • Laity -- Nigeria.,
    • Laity (Canon law),
    • Evangelistic work -- Nigeria.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliograhical references (p. 243-261).

      StatementGregory Okereke.
      SeriesEuropean university studies. Series XXIII, Theology,, vol. 336 = Europäische Hochschulschriften. Reihe XXIII, Theologie ; Bd. 336, Europäische Hochschulschriften., Bd. 336.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKTA2166 .O37 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination267 p. ;
      Number of Pages267
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1639806M
      ISBN 10382041407X
      LC Control Number91192719

      (Liber Legis)THE BOOK OF THE LAW SUB FIGURA XXXI AS DELIVERED BY 93 - AIWASS - TO ANKY0F0N-KHONSU THE PRIEST OF THE PRINCES WHO IS Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. The study of this Book is forbidden. It is wise to destroy this copy after the first reading. Whosoever disregards this does so at his own risk and peril File Size: KB. 1. A new offertory collect in the Lutheran Book of Worship has the praying people saying this: “We dedicate our lives to the care and redemption of all that you [God] have made.” Those two words, care and redemption, designate the twin tasks on which God sends the laity in the Christian tradition. The two terms might appear to be synonyms.

      book ii. the people of god liber ii. de populo dei. part i. the christian faithful (cann. - ) special norms for associations of the laity; part ii. the hierarchical constitution of the church. penal law and penal precept (cann. - ) title iii. the subject liable to penal sanctions (cann. - ). The Second Vatican Council [–] devoted its decree on the apostolate of the laity Apostolicam actuositatem and chapter IV of its dogmatic constitution Lumen gentium to the laity in a sense narrower than that which is normal in the Catholic normal definition of laity is that given in the Code of Canon Law. By divine institution, there are among the Christian faithful in Confraternities: Confraternities of the .

      Using a mass of transcribed legal testimonies, taken from hitherto unexplored court records, this book uncovers the means by which laity and lawyers reformed the divorce laws, and offers insights into our ancestors' changing views about what makes a : Lawrence Stone. What is a Lutheran? While there are a variety of ways one could answer this question, one very important answer is simply this, "A Lutheran is a person who believes, teaches and confesses the truths of God's Word as they are summarized and confessed in the Book of Concord." The Book of Concord contains the Lutheran confessions of faith.


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RobbRyder here: This video focuses on certain “Church Law” canons and how they affect your “status” within the Catholic Church. I say - just as someone can claim Israeli “Citizenship. Catholic Church, Canon Law and the Laity Catholic-Legate ^ | November 5, Yet let us return to the Code of Canon Law, which covers canon law for the Latin Church.

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LAITY, CANON LAW The Code of Canon Law is unique in the history of Church legislation in the prominence it gives to lay members of the Christian Faithful. In the Code, laity. THE LAITY IN CHURCH LAW CANONICAL STATUS The second book of the Code begins with a series of introductory canons,the last of which forecasts the division of the three classes of persons with whom that book is going to be concerned: "Though not.

The first five books of the Old Testament are called "The Law." In Judaism, they're called The Torah (which means law) or The Pentateuch (which means five scrolls). Although they are called The Law, they also include the history from creation to the arrival of the Israelites in the Promised Land.

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For his reason the Fathers often address letters or treatises to the laity and emphasize the duty of every Christian, without distinction, to work for the. The aggrieved laity face a further disadvantage in that they lack knowledge of such subjects as canon law, theology, liturgy or Church history.

They rightly fear that they would be made to look foolish if they attempted to plead their own case.Book III: Teaching Office * Ecclesiae Munere Docendi - it is the task of the complete church, ecclesiae. Three munera was developed in the 19th C protestants in Germany, later brought into Catholic usage.

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