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Dictionary of the Ecumenical Movement
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Dictionary of the Ecumenical Movement

By Nicholas Lossky, Jose Miguel Bonino, John Pobee, Tom Stransky, Geoffrey Wainwright, Pauline Webb (Editors)

This book is in very good condition. There is little to no wear on the front, back, spine, and edges of the coverboards. There is no bumping or fraying on the coverboards, but the previous owner has signed the inside of the front coverboard. The pages are crisp, white, and clear of any markings, "If church history continues to be written future historians will almost certainly regard the ecumenical movement as one of the remarkable features of Christianity in the 20th century. To a degree never witnessed before, Christianity became a worldwide religion, spread over the whole inhabited earth. And an unprecedentedly large number and range of Christian communities, hitherto separated by doctrinal and institutional factors, set about a serious process of consultation, co-operation, communion and even union among themselves, inspired by the prayer of the Lord that his followers "be one," "so that the world may believe" (John 17:21)…." - Introduction from Dictionary Of The Ecumenical Movement