A Way of Transformation: A Theological Evaluation of the Conciliar Process of Mutual Commitment to Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation, World Council of Churches, 1983-1991

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P. Lang, 1995 - Christianity and justice - 379 pages
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The book provides a lively contribution to the ecumenical task of correlating theology and culture, ethics and ecclesiology. Focussing on the World Council of Churches conciliar process of justice, peace and the integrity of creation between the assemblies of Vancouver, 1983, and Canberra, 1991, the author combines historical analysis, theological critique and renewal, and a sensitivity to the role of symbol in seeking a way of transformation in today's church and world.

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Contents

A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH
1
THE ROAD FROM VANCOUVER
35
THE INTEGRITY OF CREATION
59
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The Author: Geraldine S. Smyth is an Irish dominican theologian, and director of the Irish School of Ecumenics in Dublin. Active in the ecumenical movement in Ireland and further afield, she is particularly interested in the correlation of theology with ecology, gender and political issues, and is co-author of a World Council of Churches book on ecumenical social ethics. With a background in English literature, psychology, and ecumenical theology, she also holds a Ph.D. in theology from Trinity College Dublin and has contributed to theological publications and ecumenical consultations at regional and global level.

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