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Document Report of sub-committee II
Located in Resources / / Special Commission on participation of Orthodox churches / Sub-committee II: Style & ethos of our life together
Document Doctrinal, social and ethical issues (Anna Marie Aagaard)
Located in Resources / / Special Commission on participation of Orthodox churches / Sub-committee III: Theological convergences and differences
Document Doctrinal, social and ethical issues (K.M. George)
Located in Resources / / Special Commission on participation of Orthodox churches / Sub-committee III: Theological convergences and differences
Document Origins and present basis of the WCC (Constantine B. Scouteris)
Located in Resources / / Special Commission on participation of Orthodox churches / Sub-committee III: Theological convergences and differences
Document Report of Sub-committee III
Located in Resources / / Special Commission on participation of Orthodox churches / Sub-committee III: Theological convergences and differences
Document Theological issues (Vasilios (Karayiannis))
Located in Resources / / Special Commission on participation of Orthodox churches / Sub-committee III: Theological convergences and differences
Document Theological conversations with Orthodox women
Orthodox Women Facing the Challenges & Ambivalences of the Post-Modern Societies: Looking for a Theology of Healing Tirana, Albania, 8-12 July 2010
Located in Resources / / Ecumenical movement in the 21st century / Women
Document AIDS-related stigma
This paper's primary aim has been to explore the kind of cultural and theological beliefs that have served to justify the continued existence of power relations that precipitate AIDS-related stigma. It also aims to encourage readers to identify the mechanisms by which institutions draw on those beliefs to justify this.
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Training/teaching material
Document HIV/AIDS curriculum for theological institutions
This is a revised edition of a first version of a curriculum published by MAP International in 2001 which was the result of two workshops sponsored by UNAIDS, World Council of Churches and MAP International.
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Training/teaching material
Document Integrating HIV/AIDS in theological programmes
In response to HIV/AIDS and its consequences, this collection of essays by young African scholars proposes a pattern of Christian education designed to equip churches for ministry in a time of crisis.
Located in Resources / / EHAIA / Training/teaching material