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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Perspectives of a political ecclesiology.
[New York] Herder and Herder 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Johannes Baptist Metz
|Notes:||On cover: The New concilium: religion in the seventies.|
|Description:||155 p. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Extra-ecclesial interests and maintaining the status quo of the churches / Francois Houtart --
Outside criticism of the church / Joseph Comblin --
On so-called 'partial identification' with the church / Heinz Schlette --
Christianity without the church? / Trutz Rendtorff --
Reflections on ambiguities in the use of the word 'church' / Alfonso Alvarez Bolado --
The church as a cognitive minority? / Leo Laeyendecker --
Is there a new openness to the church's charismatic testimony? / Joseph Arntz --
Orthodoxy and freedom in theology / Karl Rahner --
Attempts to realize human rights within the church / Michael Raske, Ludwig Rutti [and] Klaus Schafer --
Criteria for reforming the church / Walter Hollenweger --
A social science model for the consideration of religious apostasy / Andrew M. Greeley --
The end of church-building and the start of building up the church? / Barbel Kopetzky.
|Series Title:||Concilium (Glen Rock, N.J.), v. 66.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Johannes B. Metz.|