Barriers to Ecumenism: The Holy See and the World Council of Churches on Social Questions

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Orbis Books, 1983 - Religion - 102 pages
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Discusses the main obstacles to agreement by the Catholic Church and the World Council of Churches on issues such as human rights, racism, nationalism, violence, economic development, population growth and feminism

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Contents

METHODOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES
9
STRUCTURAL BARRIERS
24
SU BSTANTIVEISSU ES
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