Ecumenical Testimony

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1991 - Religion - 329 pages
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Contents

Choose Life
3
Siding With the Suffering
14
Impressions of the Soviet Union and Reentry from the Soviet Union
22
Christian Citizens Crusades
28
R umors of War and Promises of Peace
31
Freedom of Religion
33
A Critique of Christianity and Democracy
36
The Race of Death
43
Some Stories About Sharing
163
Towards an Ecumenical Community of Sharing
167
Molded for Ministry
177
The Roman Catholic Church and Conciliar Ecumenism
187
An Ecumenical Greeting
197
No Longer Strangers
204
Surely the Lord is in This Place and I did not Know It
211
Can the Mainline Find New Life on the Ecumenical Way?
215

America the Beautiful
52
Summons to South Africa
56
Christ is Our Peace
79
The Bombing of Libya
85
Nonviolent Civil Disobedience
89
Freedom for Soviet Jews
93
We Shall Pray
97
Faith Hope and Love
101
Eight Essential Elements of Ecumenical Credibility
104
A Millennial Greeting to the Russian Orthodox Church
116
We Are Choosing Death for Our Children
121
On Signing the Williamsburg Charter
123
Mission in the USA
126
For the Unity of the Church
135
The Future of National Conciliar Ecumenism
137
Praying for One Another
141
Who Owns The Councils?
143
Why Work for the WCC?
147
The Councils of Churches as Centers of Conflict
152
Jesus Christthe Life of the World
155
For the Renewal of the Tradition
223
A LifeEmbracing Liturgy
225
An Ecumenical Consultation
232
A Denominational Priority
236
An Affirmation of Christian Unity
241
Geneva John Calvin and the World Council of Churches
244
Communication in Communion
247
Ecumenical By Accident and Incident
256
CRCRCATogether on the Way
258
The Lordship of Christ in the Reformed Church in America
264
Some Reformed and Reforming Perspectives on Church Order
274
Theological Education and Ecumenical Learning
283
An Interfaith Greeting
292
An Ecumenical Greeting
295
A Pilgrimage Toward Wholeness
301
On Being Reformed in the Ecumenical Movement
308
An Open Ending
323
Index
326
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