Growth in Agreement III: International Dialogue Texts and Agreed Statements, 1998-2005
This volume contains the official dialogue results and common statements issued between 1998 and 2005 by an astonishingly wide range of Christian churches and communions. Reflected here are the solid advances made by well-established dialogue partners, as well as explorations in dialogue by churches new to the dialogue process at world level. Also included is the ecclesiology text adopted by WCC member churches at their assembly in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
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Memorandum of Convergences between the Ecumenical Patriarchate
ANGLICANORIENTAL ORTHODOX DIALOGUE
ANGLICANROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE
Grace and Hope in Christ
International AnglicanRoman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission
METHODISTROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE
EASTERN ORTHODOXROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE
ORIENTAL ORTHODOXROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE
MENNONITEROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE
EVANGELICALROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE
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Expressions et termes fréquents
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