Ecumenical Convergence and Theological Pluralism


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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
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Language and Literature  Philosophy and Religion  Religious Studies
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DOI 10.5840/thought19694443
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