The Peace Church and the Ecumenical Community: Ecclesiology and the Ethics of Nonviolence

Book, 2007, 360 pp
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In 1998, at the eighth Assembly of the World Council of Churches in Harare, Zimbabwe, a motion was tabled - and subsequently accepted by the delegates - that the World Council designate 2001 -2010 as the "Decade to Overcome Violence." In this book Enns, the delegate who proposed the motion in Harare, presents the theological foundations underlying his call for the churches of the world to work toward overcoming violence. Enns proposes that both Christian ethics and ecclesiology need to be based on a trinitarian view of God as creator of the world, incarnated in Christ, and present in the Holy Spirit, urging all Christian churches to heed the call to peace and nonviolence.
GenreAcademic Theory/Thesis
TopicChristian Ecumenism
PublisherPandora Press

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