6 edition of Spirituality in ecumenical perspective found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||E. Glenn Hinson, editor.|
|Contributions||Hinson, E. Glenn.|
|LC Classifications||BV4510.2 .S665 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||93019483|
About Ecumenical Perspectives on the Filioque for the 21st Century The volume presents a range of theological standpoints regarding the filioque. With some contributors arguing for its retention and others for its removal, still others contest that its presence or otherwise in the Creed is not what is of central concern, but rather that how it. Working from this perspective, the book introduces readers to pneumatology, the theology and spirituality of the Holy Spirit, in current international theology. As such, the work offers a biblical, historical, and theological assessment of the Third Person of the Trinity/5(12). The first version of the text on which this appendix is based was originally published in Czech as an article entitled “Ecumenical Theology at the Turn of the Twentieth Century”, 1 written together with my colleague Martin Vaňáč for the journal Teologická reflexe [Theological Reflection]. In the first decade of the twenty-first century this journal published a series of articles.
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Christian Spirituality takes the second course. It is one of the component peaks of a veritable mountain range of Spirituality in ecumenical perspective book — the volume Crossroad History of World Spirituality, one of the most massive undertakings of its kind in the history of religious publishing.
The carefully chosen selections in this volume seek to define the robust nature of Christian spirituality. Gathering together contemporary contributions from mainline Protestant, evangelical, Roman Catholic, and Orthodox writers, this ecumenical anthology, unlike others available, is unique in the clear definitional focus that it brings to its subject and in the diversity of authors, genders Cited by: What is Spirituality - Definition and Types of Spiritual.
the interrelated questions of ecumenism and spirituality. And it is consciously from within Protestantism that ecumenism and spirituality are here regarded.
This Protestant perspective is limited neither to Europe nor to America. The differences of the two hemispheres, great as they may still be, seem to be disappearing more and more in favorAuthor: Egon W.
Gerdes. Resources for Ecumenical Spirituality is a non-profit corporation established to foster mutual understanding among religious faiths through shared spiritual practice and dialogue. RES sponsors retreats, conversation, workshops, publications, meditation classes, and other projects related to spiritual practice and study.
Intercommunion, in other words, is not something we should regard as the prize to be gained at the end of the ecumenical road; it is the very paving of the road itself.
If we wonder why we haven't been travelling very fast down the road of late, maybe it's because, without the proper paving, we've got stuck in.
Spirituality in Ecumenical Perspective Paper - E. Glenn Hinson: Westminster John Knox Press These essays explore many themes in spirituality--the ecumenical nature of spirituality, theological perspectives, listening, spirituality in the dialogue of religions, action and contemplation, contemplation and work, discernment, eucharistic spiritua.
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This article we will reflect on how Eucharistic spirituality and ecumenical spirituality can enrich both the living of the Christian life with God in Christ and realize the prayer of Jesus that all Christians be one as the Father, Son and Spirit are one.
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Orbis, This book is about ecumenical hospitality - those "generous and cordial actions between hosts and guests" that foster the healing of divisions among Christians and their churches for the sake of the world.
What is the history of hospitality as found in the Bible. In Christian tradition. What are the theological reasons for its exercise. What does it look like when practised well. Ecology and Religion\Systematic Theology and Climate Change: Ecumenical Perspectives\Avatar and Nature Spirituality Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Contemporary Religion 30(3) September Author: Tony Watling.
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Spirituality and social ethics in John Calvin: a pneumatological perspective. [Paul S Chung] the bond of the Father and the Son --The Spirit in relation to Christ's hypostatic unity --The filoque controversy in ecumenical perspective. Simon Chan's book is a very edifying read.
A unique book of a kind that marries theology and spirituality almost seamlessly. He sets a good theological basis for our understanding of God, church, salvation and sin before drawing out an 'ascetical'(spiritual disciplines) program, that is /5(5).
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The carefully chosen selections in this volume seek to define the robust nature of Christian spirituality. Gathering together contemporary contributions from mainline Protestant, evangelical, Roman Catholic, and Orthodox writers, this ecumenical anthology, unlike others available, is unique in the clear definitional focus that it brings to its subject and in the diversity of authors, genders /5(6).
This project encourages traditional and newer expressions of spirituality in the churches and explores how these relate to their search for unity. It develops and gathers materials for worship, and encourages theological reflection on the significance of worship and spiritual life in ecumenical contexts, building on earlier WCC and ecumenical.
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This book puts four important theologians from various Christian traditions into a conversation about the nature of Christian spirituality. Spiritual Ecumenism Is Soul Of Ecumenical Movement The Holy Father's Homily on Januduring the celebration of Vespers in the Basilica of St.
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Dudley’s book explores, in depth, key elements of ethical. Faith, Spirituality, and Religion: A Model for Understanding the Differences Leanne Lewis Newman * The terms faith, spirituality, and religion are often used interchangeably, though their definitions are unique and distinct.
This article discusses the nuanced differences among the. Working from this perspective, the book introduces readers to pneumatology, the theology and spirituality of the Holy Spirit, in current international theology.
As such, the work offers a biblical, historical, and theological assessment of the Third Person of the by: Exploring Christian Spirituality book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A broad based, ecumenical anthology on spirituality that /5.
Mutual appreciation means "appreciation for one's own tradition and for that of others." See E. Glenn Hinson (ed), Spirituality in Ecumenical Perspective (Louisville, KY: Westminster/John Knox Press, ), 3.
See Hinson (ed), Spirituality in Ecumenical Perspective, Hinson cites Emmanuel Sullivan, S.A. as observing that mutual. Pneumatology: The Holy Spirit in Ecumenical, International, and Contextual Perspective - Ebook written by Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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In simple terms, spirituality is a worldview and a way of life based on the belief that there is more to life than what meets the senses, more to the universe than just purposeless mechanics, more to consciousness than electrical impulses in the brain, and more to our existence than the body and its needs.
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Historically, the word was originally used in the context of large ecumenical councils that were organized under the auspices of Roman Emperors to clarify matters of Christian theology and doctrine. These "Ecumenical Councils" brought together bishops from around the inhabited world (that is, οἰκουμένη) as they knew it at the time.
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the author explores spirituality in.Attempts to make an ecumenical contribution by reclaiming Calvin's pneumatology as it pertains to the mutual relationship between spirituality and human social and ethical life.
Explicates how Calvin integrated spirituality to Christian ethics within a pneumatological perspective, and demonstrates the theoretical relevance of spiritual theology Author: Paul Chung.
Another influential 12th-century book by a Carthusian monk, Guigo II, a more adequate spirituality. 24 In terms of rereading classic Christian spiritual or mystical texts from a feminist perspective, the works of Dorothee Sölle, the field of spirituality has become thoroughly ecumenical, Author: Philip Sheldrake.