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Document Pentecost message 2008
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Document Pentecost message 2007
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Document Pentecost message 2009
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Document Pentecost message 2010
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Document Pentecost message 2011
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Document Pentecost message 2012
Message of the presidents of the World Council of Churches at Pentecost 2012
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Document Pentecost message 2013
Message of the presidents of the World Council of Churches at Pentecost 2013
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Document Inter-Orthodox consultation after the Canberra assembly
Located in Resources / / Special Commission on participation of Orthodox churches / Sub-committee II: Style & ethos of our life together
Document Response by Arne Fritzson
The Vocation of the Laity in Church and World: Towards an Inclusive Community on Different Levels" - a response by by Arne Fritzson to the paper "Baptism, Ecclesiology and Vocation"
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical lay formation / Baptism, Ecclesiology and Vocation
Document Baar Statement: Theological Perspectives on Plurality
The Dialogue sub-unit of the WCC undertook a four-year study programme on 'My Neighbour's Faith and Mine - Theological Discoveries through Interfaith Dialogue'. As the apex of this study, delegates from the Orthodox, Protestant and Roman Catholic traditions were brought together to reflect on some of these issues. A week of intense discussions centred on questions such as the significance of religious plurality, christology, and the issues in understanding the activity of the Spirit in the world. The document which follows is a statement made by the members of this consultation, which was held in Baar, near Zurich, Switzerland in January 1990. It is hoped that the statement will help to animate and facilitate the discussion of these important issues as we face the Seventh Assembly in Canberra in February 1991.
Located in Resources / / Interreligious dialogue and cooperation / Christian identity in pluralistic societies