The Unity We Have and the Unity We Seek: Ecumenical Prospects for the Third Millennium

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Jeremy Morris, Nicholas Sagovsky
A&C Black, 2003 M07 1 - 244 pages
This book contains twelve studies by well-qualified authors, many of them already very well-known in the field of ecumenism. It represents a stocktaking at the end of the twentieth century of "the unity we have" and a reassessment of "the unity we seek." It provides a well-documented overview of the field: a thorough and accessible introduction for everyone with an interest in ecumenism and an invaluable resource for everyone involved at any level. A substantial section charts some of the major ecumenical developments of the twentieth century and some of the new problems that have emerged.
 

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Contents

a Joint Declaration
27
Methodists and the Ecumenical Task
53
Prospects for the Local Church
91
The Future of Ecumenism in Europe
119
Ecumenism Encountering African Myths and Realities
135
Testing Ecumenical
167
Yet Again
179
Ecumenism Enters a New Phase
191
RoutePlanning the Future Ecumenical Journey
203
Peter and the Third Millennium
221
the Charta Oecumenica
227
Index
239
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Dr. Jeremy Morris is currently Vice-Principal of Westcott House, Oxford, and shortly to become Dean of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

Nicholas Sagovsky is Canon Theologian at Westminster Abbey and Visiting Professor in Theology and Public Life at Liverpool Hope University.

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