By World Council of Churches
Lots of ultra-modern conflicts mirror the strain among ethnic teams or international locations. In such events, Christians and the church buildings are referred to as to be brokers of reconciliation. yet occasionally the fault strains among the church buildings coincide with, instead of problem and heal, these in society. of their department, the church buildings usually replicate, or maybe accentuate, tensions among specific ethnic teams and countries. the implications are frequently harmful, even lethal. This research attracts on biblical scholarship, theological mirrored image, and social clinical learn in addition to the event and mirrored image of neighborhood church buildings in Fiji, the Sudan, Northern eire, Sri Lanka, and somewhere else. Grounded within the primary for cohesion, it bargains theological and useful assets for Christians and church buildings in events of clash. bearing on the quest for Christian cohesion to the church's paintings for simply reconciliation and therapeutic, this booklet can be a helpful instrument for all who search to supply a Christian witness in the course of clash.
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12 Cf. A Treasure in Earthen Vessels: An Instrument for an Ecumenical Reflection on Hermeneutics, Faith and Order Paper no. , and the draft text from the Faith and Order study on Ethnic Identity, National Identity and the Search for the Unity of the Church: “Participation in God’s Mission of Reconciliation: An Invitation to the Churches”, FO/2005:11, June 2005, Section II. (To be published in revised form as a Faith and Order Paper). 13 A Treasure in Earthen Vessels, §38. 14 See Confessing the One Faith.
38-42). 16 Cf. §12 of the present study document. 17 “Baptism” section, in Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry, §9. 18 Cf. the text-in-process from the Faith and Order study on Baptism: “One Baptism: Towards Mutual Recognition”, FO/2005:06, June 2005, §35. 19 It is hoped that the Faith and Order study on Baptism presently underway will help to resolve these outstanding problems. Cf. the text-in-process from the Faith and Order study on Baptism: “One Baptism: Towards Mutual Recognition”, FO/2005:06, June 2005.
20 John Paul II, Ut Unum Sint: Encyclical Letter of the Holy Father John Paul II on Commitment to Ecumenism, London, Catholic Truth Society, 1995, §96. 21 Any “universal ministry of Christian unity” needs to be exercised in a communal and collegial way, resembling Faith and Order’s perspective on ministry as expressed in Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry, “Ministry” Section, §26. 34 22 Cf. the study document from the Faith and Order study on theological anthropology: “Ecumenical Perspectives on Theological Anthropology”, Faith and Order Paper no.
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