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Young ecumenists address new realities of global movement

Young ecumenists address new realities of global movement

A new generation of ecumenical Christians has engaged preeminent issues of contemporary global Christianity in a new publication from Globethics.

Papal encyclical sparks reflections in International Review of Mission

Papal encyclical sparks reflections in International Review of Mission

Ecumenical cooperation among Christian traditions is “an indispensable path to evangelization,” according to the 2013 apostolic exhortation from Pope Francis titled Evangelii Gaudium, or “the joy of the gospel.” The latest issue of the journal International Review of Mission analyses the encyclical’s teaching in light of two other documents on mission agreed by the Commission on World Mission and Evangelism and the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization.

Current Dialogue explores the phenomenon of multiple religious belonging

Current Dialogue explores the phenomenon of multiple religious belonging

The latest issue of Current Dialogue explores the phenomenon of “multiple religious belonging,” in which people participate or identify with the practices and beliefs of more than one religious tradition.

Юрген Мольтман проводит в Женеве Размышления об экуменизме

Юрген Мольтман проводит в Женеве Размышления об экуменизме

В среду 13 января, в самом начале нового рабочего года Экуменического центра в Женеве, Юрген Мольтман, почитаемый немецкий теолог, гость Всемирного совета церквей (ВСЦ) провел однодневную серию презентаций и дискуссий. Он также ответил на комментарии и вопросы по своей новой книге Живой бог и полнота жизни (Публикации ВСЦ, 2016 г.) (The Living God and the Fullness of Life).

Mapping Migration: New publication from CCME and the World Council of Churches

Mapping Migration: New publication from CCME and the World Council of Churches

The Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe and the WCC have published a revised and updated edition of their joint study, Mapping Migration: Mapping Churches’ Responses in Europe. The 2016 text explores challenges and changes in the European church landscape in light of international migration.

Jürgen Moltmann leads ecumenical reflections in Geneva

Jürgen Moltmann leads ecumenical reflections in Geneva

At the start of a new year of work at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva, respected German theologian Jürgen Moltmann led a day-long series of presentations and discussions as a guest of the WCC on Wednesday, 13 January. He also responded to comments and questions on his new book, The Living God and the Fullness of Life (WCC Publications, 2016).

Edward Dommen receives Colladon award for A Peaceable Economy

Edward Dommen receives Colladon award for A Peaceable Economy

Edward Dommen has been honoured for writing A Peaceable Economy, his 2014 book on the potential for peacemaking through economics. The work appears in the Voices and Visions series of WCC Publications, the World Council of Churches book publishing programme.

Dual and duelling dialogues? Guidelines offer aid

Dual and duelling dialogues? Guidelines offer aid

How does the on-going quest for Christian unity relate to the search for interreligious understanding? How can these two distinct forms of dialogue be related and practiced?

Inspirations for Earth Stewardship

Inspirations for Earth Stewardship

A new publication provides collected reflections on ecology and ethics, including a chapter by Dr Guillermo Kerber, programme executive for Care for Creation and Climate Justice at the WCC.

Inspirations for an “economy of life” in The Ecumenical Review

The possibility of a new economic framework is the chief focus of the newly published issue of The Ecumenical Review. Informed by years of ecumenical work on the relationship of poverty, wealth and ecology (including the proposal for a “greed line”), the 14 contributors offer an array of insights from specific contexts and religious standpoints – Dalits, South Africans, Latin Americans, Indigenous spirituality, feminist theology and non-Christian religions – into the values and structures that can create an “economy of life” for all.