The Vision Of The Ecumenical Movement And How It Has Been Impoverished By Its Friends by Michael KinnamonThe Vision Of The Ecumenical Movement And How It Has Been Impoverished By Its Friends by Michael Kinnamon

The Vision Of The Ecumenical Movement And How It Has Been Impoverished By Its Friends

byMichael Kinnamon

Paperback | April 30, 2003

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Review Quotes: "Ecumenists, whether beginners or veterans and whether or not they agree with the thesis of this book, will profit enormously from Kinnamon's exceptional clarity in articulating the foundational convictions of the ecumenical pioneers and in unmasking the theological impoverishment he sees in the movement today."
Title:The Vision Of The Ecumenical Movement And How It Has Been Impoverished By Its FriendsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 9.02 × 6.1 × 0.52 inPublished:April 30, 2003Publisher:Chalice PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0827240066

ISBN - 13:9780827240063

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"Michael Kinnamon offers here a trenchant analysis and caring critique of the ecumenical movement. Up-to-date and well-informed, the fruit of long experience, and driven by a deep concern for unity, this book challenges the churches to recover their authentic ecumenical vision. It is essential reading for anyone concerned for the ecumenical movement--and for the church itself--today."