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Methodists in Dialog

Geoffrey Wainwright

Methodists in Dialog

Geoffrey Wainwright

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'Geoffrey Wainwright here brings together in one book the account of Methodists in Dialogue with various churches during this century. This is a scholarly, insightful, and encouraging book about Methodists in theological conversation, written by a fellow ecumenist whom I greatly admire.'--The Most Reverend James W. Malone, Bishop of Youngstown, and Co-Chair Joint Commission Between the Roman Catholic Church and the World Methodist Council

- Publisher This book illustrates the characteristic contribution of Methodism to ecumenical dialogue--the combination of doctrinal responsibility, spiritual engagement, missionary orientation, and the glorification of the Trinitarian God--and ends with a plea that in the face of contemporary challenges, Methodists will be Wesleyan enough to keep walking with historic Christianity. The book includes dialogue between Methodism and Roman Catholicism, Lutheranism, the Reformed Church, Orthodoxy, ecumenism, and several multilateral movements.

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This book illustrates the characteristic contribution of Methodism to ecumenical dialogue--the combination of doctrinal responsibility, spiritual engagement, missionary orientation, and the glorification of the Trinitarian God--and ends with a plea that in the face of contemporary challenges, Methodists will be Wesleyan enough to keep walking with historic Christianity. The book includes dialogue between Methodism and Roman Catholicism, Lutheranism, the Reformed Church, Orthodoxy, ecumenism, and several multilateral movements.



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About "Methodists in Dialog"

'Geoffrey Wainwright here brings together in one book the account of Methodists in Dialogue with various churches during this century. This is a scholarly, insightful, and encouraging book about Methodists in theological conversation, written by a fellow ecumenist whom I greatly admire.'--The Most Reverend James W. Malone, Bishop of Youngstown, and Co-Chair Joint Commission Between the Roman Catholic Church and the World Methodist Council
- Publisher

This book illustrates the characteristic contribution of Methodism to ecumenical dialogue--the combination of doctrinal responsibility, spiritual engagement, missionary orientation, and the glorification of the Trinitarian God--and ends with a plea that in the face of contemporary challenges, Methodists will be Wesleyan enough to keep walking with historic Christianity. The book includes dialogue between Methodism and Roman Catholicism, Lutheranism, the Reformed Church, Orthodoxy, ecumenism, and several multilateral movements.
- Publisher

This book illustrates the characteristic contribution of Methodism to ecumenical dialogue--the combination of doctrinal responsibility, spiritual engagement, missionary orientation, and the glorification of the Trinitarian God--and ends with a plea that in the face of contemporary challenges, Methodists will be Wesleyan enough to keep walking with historic Christianity. The book includes dialogue between Methodism and Roman Catholicism, Lutheranism, the Reformed Church, Orthodoxy, ecumenism, and several multilateral movements.


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Meet the Author

Geoffrey Wainwright

Geoffrey Wainwright is an ordained minister of the British Methodist Church, in addition to being the Cushman Professor of Christian Theology at Duke University Divinity School. He is the author of Doxology: The Praise of God in Worship, Doctrine, and Life (Oxford, 1980), coeditor of The Study ofýLiturgy (revised edition, Oxford and SPCK, 1992). ýKaren Westerfield Tucker is a United Methodist elder in the Illinois Great Rivers Conference, Professor of Worship at Boston University School of Theology, and Chair of the Worship and Liturgy Committee for the World Methodist Council. She is al

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  • Catalogue Code 143867
  • Product Code 0687011337
  • EAN 9780687011339
  • Pages 340
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Kingswood Books
  • Publication Date May 1995
  • Dimensions 229 x 152 x 19 mm
  • Weight 0.506kg

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