(PUBEerdmans)A stimulating exchange between an Anglican, a Methodist, a Lutheran, an Orthodox, and an evangelical concerning John Paul's encyclical Ut Unum Sint ("That All May Be One"). Deals with the entire question of the role of bishops and how authority should be established in the institutional church. 184 pages, softcover.
Church Unity and the Papal Office provides the first theological and ecumenical response to Pope John Paul II's encyclical Ut Unum Sint ("That All May Be One"). Scholars representing Anglican, Orthodox, Lutheran, Methodist, and Evangelical churches offer fresh perspectives on this pivotal document calling for a "patient and fraternal dialogue" concerning the ministry of the papal office in the service of church unity. Contributors: Carl E. Braaten Edward Idris Cardinal Cassidy Brian E. Daley, S.J. Joseph-Augustine DiNoia, O.P. Robert W. Jenson Richard J. Mouw Stephen W. Sykes Geoffrey Wainwright George Weigel David S. Yeago
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