World Council of Churches
World Council of Churches (Switzerland) produces books appropriate for Christian religious studies. The World Council of Churches is a fellowship of 342 churches in more than 120 countries embracing virtually all Christian traditions. The aim of the WCC is promote world wide Christian unity. Their titles are particularly appropriate for Bible colleges and theological libraries.
Opportunities for Ecumenical Commemoration: Proceedings of the International Ecumenical Symposium, Monastery of Bose, 29 October - 2 November 2008
Commemorating the martyrdom and witness of Christians, both past and present, is a vital yet untapped source of Christian self-understanding and courage for the future....
Paper - 9782825415337 - $ 29.00
Elisabeth Behr-Sigel Ecclesiology
Learning from a master: The work of Orthodox theologian Elisabeth Behr-Sigel still has radical implications for how we understand being church today.
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Paper - 9782825416884 - $ 25.00
Profiles of Ecumenical Relationships
Edited by: Huibert Van Beek
It has often been said-and rightly so-that the World Council of Churches (WCC) is first and foremost a fellowship of churches. This book is a vivid illustration of that reality. The descriptions, lists, statistical data, and other information presented in these pages...
Paper - 9782825414804 - $ 43.00
Vol III: 1968-2000
This volume presents the history of the ecumenical movement worldwide over the last three decades. Leading theologians and ecumenists from a variety of traditions have come together to describe and analyze the movement's most recent developments. Together...
Paper - 9782825413555 - $ 45.00
The Indian Presence in the Ecumenical Movement in the Twentieth Century
Edited by: Jesudas M. Athyal
Contributions by: Michael Kinnamon
This volume focuses, for the most part, on figures who have been known for their contributions to global ecumenism; but such global leadership is clearly rooted in their response to a...
Paper - 9782825416709 - $ 25.00
The same dynamic drives all kinds of economies and wars: it is cumulative causation, along the lines of "Those who have will receive more and they will have more than enough; but as for those who don't have, even the little they have will be taken away...
Paper - 9782825416396 - $ 7.00