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The condemnations of the Reformation era : do they still divide?

Author: Karl Lehmann; Wolfhart Pannenberg; Ökumenischer Arbeitskreis Evangelischer und Katholischer Theologen (Germany)
Publisher: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, 1990.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Lehmann; Wolfhart Pannenberg; Ökumenischer Arbeitskreis Evangelischer und Katholischer Theologen (Germany)
ISBN: 0800623983 9780800623982
OCLC Number: 20093657
Notes: Translation of: Lehrverurteilungen, kirchentrennend?. 1, Rechtfertigung, Sakramente, und Amt im Zeitalter der Reformation und heute.
Description: x, 214 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction. The condemnatory pronouncements of the sixteenth century which stand between the Roman Catholic Church and the churches of the reformation. I. The presuppositions for a reevaluation of the disputed questions of the reformation period. --
II. The form of the condemnatory pronouncements, the need for their reexamination, and the procedure to be adopted. --
III. The authority of Holy Scripture and its interpretation as foundation for an understanding of the beliefs disputed in the mutual condemnations. --
2. Justification. The justification of the sinner. I. The antitheses, as they were hitherto understood. --
II. New insights, and the paths leading to them. --
III. Ancient condemnations, and why they no longer apply to our partner today. --
IV. A summing up, and its scope. 3. The sacraments. I. The doctrine of the sacraments in general. --
II. The Eucharist/The Lord's Supper. --
III. Confirmation. --
IV. The anointing of the sick. --
V. Marriage. --
4. The ministry. The differences between the churches in the doctrine of the ministry. --
Appendixes. I. The results of the voting. --
II. Members of the Ecumenical Study Group of Protestant and Catholic Theologians (as of spring 1985). --
III. Members of working parties I-III. --
Documentation. I. Official documentation of the Joint Ecumenical Commission with regard to the assignment "the condemnations in the protestant confessions and in the doctrinal decisions of the Council of Trent which no longer apply to our partner today". --
II. Correspondence between the chairmen of the Joint Ecumenical Commission and the Ecumenical Study Group at the conclusion of the study. --
III. Final report of the Joint Ecumenical Commission on the examination of the sixteenth-century condemnations.
Other Titles: Rechtfertigung, Sakramente, und Amt im Zeitalter der Reformation und heute.
Responsibility: edited by Karl Lehmann and Wolfhart Pannenberg ; translated by Margaret Kohl.

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