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  • Ecumenical perspectives on pentecostal pneumatology 

    Conradie, Ernst (SUN, 2015)
    This contribution responds to the unbearable but undeniable tension between the ecumenical movement and the Pentecostal movement by exploring the doctrinal differences in this regard. More specifically, the aim is to ...
  • Ecumenical space: expanded for whom? 

    Engdahl, Hans; Goranzon, Anders (World Council of Churches, 2013)
    In this article we are setting out to address the dire need for reorientation within the ecumenical movement. In so doing, we are going to argue for a shift of emphasis that will take the notion of “ecumenical space” ...
  • The God of life a counter-intuitive confession 

    Conradie, Ernst (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013)
    In ecumenical theology the conviction that the triune God may be described as the “God of life” is widely accepted. This became foregrounded with the theology of life initiative of the World Council of Churches (WCC) in ...