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Church, ecumenism, and politics : new essays in ecclesiology

Author: Benedict, Pope
Publisher: New York : Crossroad, 1988.
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Benedict XVI, Pope, 1927-
Church, ecumenism, and politics.
New York : Crossroad, 1988
(OCoLC)568764375
Online version:
Benedict XVI, Pope, 1927-
Church, ecumenism, and politics.
New York : Crossroad, 1988
(OCoLC)627821108
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benedict, Pope
ISBN: 0824508599 9780824508593
OCLC Number: 17482753
Language Note: Translated from the German.
Notes: Translation of: Kirche, Ökumene und Politik.
Description: 278 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Part I: The Church's nature and structure. 1. The ecclesiology of the Second Vatican Council --
Appendix. Modern variations of the concept of the people of God --
2. The papal primacy and the unity of the people of God --
3. The structure and tasks of the synod of bishops --
Part II: Ecumenical problems. 4. Anglican-Catholic dialogue: its problems and hopes --
Postscript --
5. Luther and the unity of the Churches --
6. The progress of ecumenism --
Part III: The Church and politics. Section I: Fundamental questions. 7. Biblical aspects of the question of faith and politics --
8. Theology and the Church's political stance --
9. Conscience in its age --
Section II: Aspects of the concept of freedom: Church - State - Eschaton. 10. Freedom and constraint in the Church --
11. A Christian orientation in a pluralistic democracy? --
12. Europe: a heritage with obligations for Christians --
13. Eschatology and Utopia --
14. Freedom and liberation: the anthropological vision of the 1986 Instruction Libertatis conscientia.
Other Titles: Kirche, Ökumene und Politik.
Church, ecumenism & politics
Responsibility: Joseph Ratzinger.

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