The Oxford Handbook of Ecumenical Studies
Edited by Geoffrey Wainwright, of blessed memory, and Paul McPartlan, Catholic University of America
This Oxford Handbook
- Offers the most comprehensive account and assessment of the ecumenical movement
- Provides a rich source of information and reflection on many aspects of ecumenism from 50 expert contributors of many nationalities and traditions
- Offers a global perspective, showing how ecumenism is a feature of the Church in all parts of the world, with different geographical areas specifically considered in chapters focusing on Europe, The Middle East, Africa, and Asia
- An invaluable guide to one of the most important Christian activities of today: work for unity and reconciliation within the Church itself and as a witness in the world at large
A remarkable work, accomplished over many years by the once professor of theology at Duke University and Paul McPartlan of our own Catholic University of America! A must have for any ecumenical scholar, theological library, pastor, or lay activist.