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  • n. Plural form of ecumenism.


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  • We seem to be back where we were before, namely, that in fact there *are* two ecumenisms.


  • From this we see that today there are two possible ecumenisms: an ecumenism of faith and an ecumenism of incredulity; one that unites all those who believe that Jesus is the Son of God, that God is Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and that Christ died to save all humankind, and an ecumenism that unites all those who, in deference to the Nicene Creed, continue to proclaim these formulas but empty them of their content.

    Archive 2008-03-16


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