Port Alegre and after
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In a highly personal paper taking in an account of his own ecumenical formation, Norman Shanks considers both the progress of and outcomes from the 9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches in Porto Alegre, Brazil, and looks at its significance for the development of the ecumenical movement in a time when it is faced by a number of significant challenges.
Shanks, N. (2011). Port Alegre and after. Theology in Scotland, 13(2), pp. 17-29.
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