'What becomes possible in that place': reflections on ecumenical location
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Taking as her starting point the physical shape of churches and Christian events (in particular last year's 9th Assembly of the WCC), Kathy Galloway goes on to use this concept of `shape' to examine the current make-up of the modern ecumenical movement as a whole; and, via the Christology of Rowan Williams, to assess where it needs to go and explore how it might get there.
Galloway, K. (2007). 'What becomes possible in that place': reflections on ecumenical location. Theology in Scotland, 14(1), pp. 35-48.
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