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World Council of Churches' contributions to the discussions on human sexuality From Harare to Porto Alegre Background Document. Historical background: From new delhi to canberra. It was over forty years ago when, at the request of its member churches, the World Council of Churches (WCC) began to address the issues of human sexuality. The foci and nature of the work done have been influenced by the aspects the churches felt challenged to address at a given time. Alan Brash also produced a statement on the issues at stake that was later published in the Risk Series under the title Facing Our Differences.
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Publisher: World Council of Churches/Conseil Oecumenique des Eglises.
The deep controversies within many churches have created a reluctance in many quarters to place the issue of homosexuality on the ecumenical agenda. Yet an essential vocation of the ecumenical movement is to enable a dialogue among the churches at precisely those points where their differences of conviction are sharpest. This book seeks to encourage just such a dialogue. Publisher: World Council of Churches/Conseil Oecumenique des Eglises.
Published 1970 by World Council of Churches in Geneva. World Council of Churches. 36 p. Number of pages.
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An informative theological article in relation with the misunderstanding of Ecumenism and the World Council of Churches considering the fundamentalist perspective from historical Protestant and Evangelical Churches in Latin America.
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