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The Ecumenical Review

The Ecumenical Review is a quarterly theological journal published by the World Council of Churches.

For almost 70 years, readers of The Ecumenical Review have had access to a thought-provoking variety of reflections by Christian authors from every part of the globe. Founded at the same time as the World Council of Churches, this publication explores the potential and reality of Christian cooperation in faith and action.

The Ecumenical Review is a quarterly theological journal. Each issue focuses on a theme of current importance to the movement for Christian unity, and each volume includes academic as well as practical analysis of significant moments in the quest for closer church fellowship and inter-religious dialogue.

Contents of the latest issue: "Reformation"

Read a free sample article from the latest issue: 'Putting the Protest Back into Protestant' by Christine Helmer

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