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Embassy Hospitality And Dialogue Christians And People Of Other Faiths

Christian engagement with people of other faiths goes back to the very origins of Christianity. The Christian faith was born in a plural environment and had to relate not only to Judaism and to "classical" Graeco-Roman religion but also to the various "mystery" cults of the Mediterranean world as well as state religions such as Zoroastrianism in the Persian Empire

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09 AUG 1998 89 KB

Called to Full Communion (The Waterloo Declaration) - 1997

As approved by the National Convention of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada and the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada. Waterloo, Ontario, 2001.

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16 JUN 1997 37 KB

Common Declaration - December 1996

The Common Declaration by Pope John Paul II and the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr George Carey

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05 DEC 1996 36 KB

'Sharing in The Apostolic Communion'- 1996

The International Dialogue between Anglicans and Methodists had its beginning in the Lambeth Conference of 1988. The invitation by the Anglican bishops to begin formal conversations was enthusiastically accepted by the World Methodist Council.

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21 OCT 1996 145 KB

The Hanover Report - 1996

Lutherans and Anglicans, like Christians of many other traditions, have been engaged during recent decades in much debate about the nature of ministry - both the ministry of the whole people of God and that of specific ordained ministers. This debate was intensified by the publication in 1982 of the Lima document Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry (BEM), which intentionally raised many fundamental issues of ecciesiology, ministry and ordination

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17 JUN 1996 120 KB

ARCIC II - Life in Christ, Morals, Communion and the Church

As we reach the end of ten years in the life of ARCIC-II it may be opportune to recall the words of Pope John Paul II and Archbishop Robert Runcie in their Common Declaration at Canterbury in May, 1982

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06 SEP 1993 148 KB

Resolutions ACC-9

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22 JAN 1993 131 KB

Porvoo Common Statement

This is the name given to a report issued at the conclusion of theological conversations by official representatives of four Anglican Churches and eight Nordic and Baltic Churches in 1989-1992. The Porvoo Common Statement included the text of the Porvoo Declaration, which the participants commended for acceptance to their Churches

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13 OCT 1992 99 KB

ARCIC II - The Church as Communion

During the past four years the members of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission have considered the mystery of communion which is given and made visible in the Church. This has not been an easy task, because of the inherent complexity and depth of the mystery

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06 SEP 1990 103 KB

Resolutions ACC-8

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24 AUG 1990 88 KB