Ecumenical Convergence and Theological Pluralism

Thought: A Journal of Philosophy 44 (4):531-545 (1969)
The author argues that since previous ecumenical approaches—conflict, conversion, collaboration, compromise—have been minimally effective, the new one of convergence may be more successful
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DOI 10.5840/thought19694443
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