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Product Description: A gift to the ongoing work of reconciliation among Christians: the textual fruits of ecumenical dialogue over the last decade are presented here in complete documents. The vast yield is here collected in two volumes, incorporating bilateral and multilateral dialogues of the churches across the Christian confessions—Orthodox, Catholic, and Reformation traditions—and evinces not only agreements and disagreements but also the new insights that dialogue itself reveals...read more
By Thomas F. Best (editor), Lorelei F. Fuchs (editor), John Gibaut (editor), Jeffrey Gross (editor) and Despina Prassas (editor)

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9782825416723 | World Council of Churches, April 15, 2016, cover price $60.00 | About this edition: A gift to the ongoing work of reconciliation among Christians: the textual fruits of ecumenical dialogue over the last decade are presented here in complete documents.

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Product Description: The breadth, depth, and vibrancy of ecumenical discussion - The historic ecumenical journey of the Commission on Faith and Order toward the goal of visible unity in one faith and in one eucharistic fellowship led them to the island of Crete in 2009 and to a fresh appreciation of many facets - historical, doctrinal, social, spiritual - of what it means to be called to be one Church today...read more
By John St. H. Gibaut (editor)

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9782825415702 | World Council of Churches, July 13, 2012, cover price $24.00 | About this edition: The breadth, depth, and vibrancy of ecumenical discussion - The historic ecumenical journey of the Commission on Faith and Order toward the goal of visible unity in one faith and in one eucharistic fellowship led them to the island of Crete in 2009 and to a fresh appreciation of many facets - historical, doctrinal, social, spiritual - of what it means to be called to be one Church today.

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