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That They May All Be One

Walter Kasper

That They May All Be One

Walter Kasper

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Taking the view that the future shape of the Church depends on the ecumenical endeavour aimed at the visible unity among divided churches, this text explains that there is no viable alternative to ecumenism and the Spirit of God leaves no doubt as to the all-embracing nature of Christianity.

- Publisher Cardinal Kasper is a distinguished theologian who was a colleague of Cardinal Ratzinger, Karl Rahner, and Hans Kung at The Universities of M?nster and T?bingen. Kasper now heads the Vatican's Council for Promoting Christian Unity, with the specific task of fostering relations between the Catholic Church and other Christian Churches and Ecclesial communities. Here he outlines his vision for the unity of Christian Churches. A man with an open mind, Kasper covers one of the major responsibilities of the contemporary Catholic Church. His perspective of the uniqueness of The Catholic Church and its magisterium is presented here as a modern inquiry into the nature of truth. His views are enlightening and engaging, and reflect the important role of dialogue as understood by the Catholic Church, which also listen to other traditions and learn from them.

- Publisher Cardinal Waler Kasper is a distinguished theologian who has been a colleague of Cardinal Ratzinger, Karl Rahner and Hans Kung at the Universtities of Munster and Tubingen. Kasper now heads the Vatican's Ponitifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, with the specific task of fostering relations between the Catholic Church and the other Christian Churches and Eccesiastical communities. By any reckoning, Kasper is a key leader in the eccumenical movement today. In this new book, he outlines his vision for the unity of Christian Churches. A man with an open mind, Kasper covers one of the major responsibilities of the contemporary Catholic Church. His perspective of the uniqueness of the Catholic Church and its magisterium is presented here as a modern inquiry into the nature of truth. His views are enlightened and engaging, and reflect the important role of dialogue as understood by the Catholic Church, which must also listen to other traditions and learn from them. But Kasper also r

- Publisher

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About "That They May All Be One"

Taking the view that the future shape of the Church depends on the ecumenical endeavour aimed at the visible unity among divided churches, this text explains that there is no viable alternative to ecumenism and the Spirit of God leaves no doubt as to the all-embracing nature of Christianity.
- Publisher

Cardinal Kasper is a distinguished theologian who was a colleague of Cardinal Ratzinger, Karl Rahner, and Hans Kung at The Universities of M?nster and T?bingen. Kasper now heads the Vatican's Council for Promoting Christian Unity, with the specific task of fostering relations between the Catholic Church and other Christian Churches and Ecclesial communities. Here he outlines his vision for the unity of Christian Churches. A man with an open mind, Kasper covers one of the major responsibilities of the contemporary Catholic Church. His perspective of the uniqueness of The Catholic Church and its magisterium is presented here as a modern inquiry into the nature of truth. His views are enlightening and engaging, and reflect the important role of dialogue as understood by the Catholic Church, which also listen to other traditions and learn from them.
- Publisher

Cardinal Waler Kasper is a distinguished theologian who has been a colleague of Cardinal Ratzinger, Karl Rahner and Hans Kung at the Universtities of Munster and Tubingen. Kasper now heads the Vatican's Ponitifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, with the specific task of fostering relations between the Catholic Church and the other Christian Churches and Eccesiastical communities. By any reckoning, Kasper is a key leader in the eccumenical movement today. In this new book, he outlines his vision for the unity of Christian Churches. A man with an open mind, Kasper covers one of the major responsibilities of the contemporary Catholic Church. His perspective of the uniqueness of the Catholic Church and its magisterium is presented here as a modern inquiry into the nature of truth. His views are enlightened and engaging, and reflect the important role of dialogue as understood by the Catholic Church, which must also listen to other traditions and learn from them. But Kasper also r
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Walter Kasper

Cardinal Walter Kasper is President of The Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity. A German by birth, he spends much time lecturing and giving conferences in the English speaking world. He is the author of Jesus the Christ (Burns&Oates/Crossroad)

Table Of Contents

  • 1. The Current Situation In Ecumenical Theology; 2. Its Nature And Purpose; 3. Communion: The Guiding Principle; 4. Open Questions In Ecclesiology; 5. A Rapprochement Between East And West; 6. The Joint Declaration On Justification; 7. Petrine Ministry; 8 Spiritual Ecumenism; 9 Contemporary Pluralism

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 221270
  • Product Code 0860123790
  • EAN 9780860123798
  • Pages 192
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Church Life/issues
  • Publisher Bloomsbury Continuum Publishing Group
  • Publication Date Feb 2005
  • Dimensions 140 x 216 x 16 mm
  • Weight 0.123kg

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