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Receptive Ecumenism: Listening, Learning and Loving in the Way of Christ (hardcover)

Receptive Ecumenism: Listening, Learning and Loving in the Way of Christ (hardcover)

Vicky Balabanski
9781925643923
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1/11/2018


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Vol 5 No 2 2018 A Forum for Theology in the World

Receptive Ecumenism—Listening, Learning and Loving in the Way of Christ is a response to the growing recognition of Receptive Ecumenism as a concept and process that has the potential to bring about the greater flourishing of the Church, both within denominations and across the Church universal.

Rev Dr Vicky Balabanski is Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies at Flinders University of South Australia and is ordained in the Uniting Church in Australia. Geraldine Hawkes is the Ecumenical Facilitator with the South Australian Council of Churches and Executive Secretary for Leaders of Christian Churches South Australia.

‘It is fitting that this book’s invitation to ecumenism arises from voices across the Christian tradition. Its significance, however, lies in the way it invites us to engage all of our senses in the practical reception of gifts each tradition has to offer. Indeed, it is one of the strengths of the receptive model of ecumenism that it lends itself to a variety of approaches ranging across the biblical, spiritual, ecclesial, and theological, all of which are ably represented in this volume. The idea that ecumenism starts in the recognition of our particular wounds is simple enough, but to carry it through, as the title suggests—listening, learning and loving—remains a challenge. With nuance and compassion these essays provide an engaging and practical point of departure.’
--Dr Marcus Pound, Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University, UK

Contributors
-Editors Vicky Balabanski & Geraldine Hawkes Introduction
-Paul D Murray Foreword
-Geraldine Hawkes A Meditation on the Water of Life
-Vicky Balabanski ‘Neither Greek nor Jew … for Christ is all and in all.’ (Col 3:11–17—A Bible Study)
-Vicky Balabanski Creation eagerly waits for the children of God to be revealed (Rom 8:18–30—A Bible Study)
-Denis Edwards Ecclesial Decision-Making: Exploring an Insight from Karl Rahner
-Karen Finch Bernard Lonergan, Decision, and Ecumenical Discernment
-Elizabeth Welch The Holy Spirit and Communion, shaping Receptive Ecumenism
-Antonia Pizzey Receptive Ecumenical Learning: A Constructive Way of ApproachingEcclesial Identity and Renewal
-Doru Costache Applied Synodality and Contemporary Orthodox Diaspora: Learning from a Lutheran–Roman Catholic Document
-Geraldine Hawkes Nurturing and Nourishing a Receptive Disposition through Process
-John Littleton Receptive Ecumenism, Ecumenical Learning and Learning Communities
-Sara Gehlin Receptive Ecumenism–A Pedagogical Process
-Gabrielle R Thomas ‘Receiving Women’s Gifts’: An Exploration of the Role of Hospitality in the Practice of Receptive Ecumenism
-Gregory A Ryan ‘Receiving with Dynamic Integrity’: Ecumenical Commitments and
-Reception Hermeneutics
-Callan Slipper The Means is the End: the Spiritual Heart of Receptive Ecumenism
-Paul D Murray Afterword






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