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Chapter One: The Christian Genius
Chapter Two: The Grammar Of Faith
Chapter Three: The Recovery Of Form And Shape
Chapter Four: The Nerve To Submit
Chapter Five: Conflict And Tension
Chapter Six: Change And Revolution
Is the role of clergy best defined by power or by servanthood? Does the laity have a substantive or a decorative place in the mission of the church? Will the clergy let go of the church and trust it to a laity who alone can incarnationally live out her mission? Priests to Each Other raises these and other questions, urging laity and clergy to rethink life in the local church.
Carlyle Marney possessed the uncanny ability to see just beyond the horizon and anticipate issues churches would soon face. Who could have imagined when this book was first published all that would occur in Baptist life during the latter half of the twentieth century? Ahead of his time, Marney challenged us to embrace the priesthood of all believers.