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Stolen Churches or Bridges to Orthodoxy?

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Stolen Churches or Bridges to Orthodoxy?

Volume 2: Ecumenical and Practical Perspectives on the Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Dialogue
Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue

von: Vladimir Latinovic, Anastacia K. Wooden

117,69 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 15.01.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9783030554583
Sprache: englisch

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<div><p></p><p>Throughout their shared history, Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches have lived through a very complex and sometimes tense relationship –-not only theologically, but also politically. In most cases such relationships remain to this day; indeed, in some cases the tension has increased. In July 2019, scholars of both traditions gathered in Stuttgart, Germany, for an unprecedented conference devoted to exploring and overcoming the division between these churches. This book, the second in a two-volume set of the essays presented at the conference, explores the ecumenical and practical implications of the relationship between Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches. Like the conference, the volume brings together representatives of these Churches, as well as theologians from different geographical contexts where tensions are the greatest. The published essays represent the great achievements of the conference: willingness to engage in dialogue, general openness to new ideas, and opportunities to address difficult questions and heal inherited wounds.</p><br><p></p></div>
<p>Chapter 1: Church Unions Of The Early Modern Period In Relation And Contradiction To The Council Of Ferrara / Florence</p><p>Chapter 2:“They Shall Beat Their Swords Into Plowshares”: Orthodox – Eastern Catholics Conflicts And The Ecumenical Progress That They Generated</p><p>Chapter 3: Giorgio Agamben’s Stasis (Civil War): An Illuminating Paradigm For Ecumenical Studies?</p><p>Chapter 4: The Church Of England As A Bridge Church</p><p>Chapter 5: Kenotic Ecumenism: What Can Eastern Catholics And Orthodox Learn From The Parable Of The Grain Of Wheat?</p><p>Chapter 6: Eastern Catholic Churches And The Theological Dialogue Between The Latin Church And The Orthodox Church Seen Through The Category Of Prophetic Dialogue</p>Chapter 7: The Specificity Of The Greek-Catholic Ecclesiology In The Thinking Of The Romanian Theological School<p></p><p>Chapter 8: An Answer Of An Orthodox Missiologist To The Question “Stolen Churches” Or “Bridges To Orthodoxy”?</p><p>Chapter 9: How The Modern Orthodox Ecclesiology Hinders The Orthodox-Catholic Theological Dialogue On Uniatism: Romantic Approach, Nationalism, And Anti-Colonial Narrative</p><p>Chapter 10: Ordination Of Women: A ‘Bridge’ Or A ‘Brake’ For Christian Unity?</p><p>Chapter 11: Ecclesiological Differences And Law: Is The Eastern Churches Canon Law A Bridge Between The Western And The Eastern Canonical Tradition?</p><p>Chapter 12: The Principle Of Synodality: Similarities And Differences Between Eastern Catholic And Orthodox Canon Law</p><p>Chapter 13: The Canonical Territory Concept And The Eastern Catholic Churches: Challenges On The Ukrainian Example</p><p>Chapter 14: Fr. John Long On Ukraine Between The Three Romes</p><p>Chapter 15: An Ecumenical Revolution In Ukraine? - Perspectives For A Regional Greek-Catholic/ Orthodox Dialogue </p><p>Chapter 16: Orthodox-Catholic And Greek Catholic Relations After The Ukrainian Crisis</p><p>Chapter 17: The Eastern Catholic Churches And The Furtherance Of Catholic-Orthodox Unity: Three Possible Paths</p><p> </p><p>&nbsp;</p>
<p></p><p><b>Vladimir Latinovic</b> is lecturer in patristics at the University of Tübingen and project manager of the project "Treasure of the East" at the Academy DRS in Stuttgart, Germany.</p>

<p><b>Anastacia Wooden </b>is a Managing Director of the Institute for the Study of Eastern Christianity at the Catholic University of America, where she also teaches systematic theology.</p><p></p>
<div><p></p><p>Throughout their shared history, Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches have lived through a very complex and sometimes tense relationship –-not only theologically, but also politically. In most cases such relationships remain to this day; indeed, in some cases the tension has increased. In July 2019, scholars of both traditions gathered in Stuttgart, Germany, for an unprecedented conference devoted to exploring and overcoming the division between these churches. This book, the second in a two-volume set of the essays presented at the conference, explores the ecumenical and practical implications of the relationship between Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches. Like the conference, the volume brings together representatives of these Churches, as well as theologians from different geographical contexts where tensions are the greatest. The published essays represent the great achievements of the conference: willingness to engage in dialogue, general openness to new ideas, and opportunities to address difficult questions and heal inherited wounds.</p><br><p></p></div>
Brings together papers from the The Ecclesiological Investigations 2019 Conference in Stuttgart, Germany<div><br></div><div>Presents findings relating to the historical, canonical, and missiological elements of ecumenical dialoguge<div><br></div><div>Represents the great achievements of the conference:&nbsp;willingness to engage in dialogue and general openness for new ideas</div></div>

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