Ecumenism 101: A Handbook about the Ecumenical Movement
Luthern pastor Alton M. Motter, a veteran of decades of ecumenical efforts, offers a short, readable book giving the basic facts about the ecumenical movement. a valuable resource including 71 often asked questions and their answers.
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