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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Congar, Yves, 1904-1995.
Diversity and communion.
Mystic, Conn. : Twenty-Third Publications, 1985
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|Notes:||Translation of: Diversités et communion.
|Description:||viii, 232 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Diversity and unity according to the New Testament --
Diversity and communion in the early church --
Diversity has always been accepted in the unity of faith --
Pluralism in ethnic and cultural areas --
'Pluralism,' intrinsic value of unity --
Some relevant Eastern concepts --
A structure of duality in unity? East and West, 'complementarity' --
What is a rite? --
The Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church --
Diversity of dogmatics in the unity of faith between East and West --
Agreement on 'fundamental articles' or on the positions of the early church --
The 'hierarchy of truths' --
Tradition and traditions --
Theological 'agreements' --
A Catholic 'recognition' of the Augsburg Confession? --
'Reconciled diversity.' How would Möhler have reacted? --
Harding Meyer on the idea of 'reconciled diversity' --
Our present situation --
The unity of faith and the unity/diversity of its formulation.
|Other Titles:||Diversités et communion.|
|Responsibility:||Yves Congar ; [translated by John Bowden from the French].|