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Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, 1977-1984

A Report

by Basil Meeking

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Published by Eerdmans Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion - Missions,
  • Missions & Missionary Work,
  • Evangelism,
  • Roman Catholic Church,
  • Theory,
  • Missions,
  • Relations,
  • Congresses,
  • Catholic Church,
  • Evangelicalism

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJohn Stott (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7877659M
    ISBN 100802801846
    ISBN 109780802801845

    On 7th October, Bishop Graham gave a lecture at the Pontifical Urbaniana University in Rome on Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, Insights and Significance. This is a translation of his paper, kindly provided by Gemma Debono. The English version is available here. Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission which has recently been published by Paternoster. Here at last is a document which takes seriously the theological differences which separate Evangelicals from Roman Catholics, which expresses differences in a .

      The best document, in my opinion, that summarizes the findings of interfaith dialogue for mission is the report about the dialogue between Evangelicals and Roman Catholics (ERCDOM), edited by John Stott and Basil Meeking: The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission (–). the book is an excellent contribution to the process of constructive evangelical-Roman Catholic dialogue and critique but also to all those interested in applied Neo-Calvinist thinking.-Jason Zuidema, Calvin Theological Journal. It is a good, informative and worthwhile reading.-PG Pandimakil, Mission.

    Our Evangelical friends see that we've surrendered to Jesus and say we are "born again" but some have trouble understanding why we became the other hand, some traditional Catholics are afraid that dialog with Evangelicals is flirting with truth is the body of Christ is divided. Anglican–Roman Catholic dialogue is within the scope of WikiProject Catholicism, an attempt to better organize and improve the quality of information in articles related to the Catholic more information, visit the project page. C This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's quality scale.


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Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, 1977-1984 by Basil Meeking Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, A Report. Basil Meeking He was ordained in the Church of England in He published over 70 books between and including Personal Evangelism, Becoming a Christian, Parochial Evangelism by the Laity, Basic Christianity, The Cross of Christ, Issues Facing Christians.

Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, A Report [Basil Meeking, John Stott] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, A Report. The Evangelical - Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission was a series of three meetings which took place over a period of seven years.

The first was held at Venice inthe second at Cambridge in and the third at Landévennec in France in Get this from a library. The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, a report. [Basil Meeking; John R W Stott;]. "EVANGELICAL — ROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE" SPONSORS: Evangelical Churches and Christian organizations "EVANGELICAL — ROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE ON MISSION " MEETINGS: April- Venice, Italy "Mission, with Particular Regard to the Meaning of Salvation and Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission "Meeting discussing the book Roman Catholicism: A.

EVANGELICAL — ROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE ON MISSION MEETINGS: 1. April– Venice, Italy “Mission, with Particular Regard to the Meaning of Salvation and Conversion” 2. March– Cambridge, England. "The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission was a series of three meetings which took place over a period of seven years.

The first was held at Venice inthe second at Cambridge in and the third at Landévennec in France in Dialogue with Evangelicals. International Consultation between the Catholic Church and the World Evangelical Alliance [] “Scripture and Tradition” and “The Church in Salvation” The Evangelical - Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission,A Report.

Basil Meeking and John Stott, The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans/Paternoster, ), p. ERCDOM offers a good tour of the issues which unite and divide our multiple communions: but it is equally plain that agreement is not right around the corner on most doctrines.

The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, – A Report (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, ). On Novemthe 25th anniversary of the Decree on Ecumenism, Unitatis Redintegratio, the group issued a pamphlet in an English/Spanish format titled “‘A Journey Just Begun’: A Reflective Statement by the Los Angeles.

These conversations included discussions on the Holy Spirit and were published in Basil Meeking and John Stott (eds), The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission A Report (Grand Rapids, MI: William B.

Eerdmans, ). The Augsburg Confession as a Catholic document. The Augsburg Confession found within the Book of Concord, a compendium of belief of the Lutheran Churches, teaches that "the faith as confessed by Luther and his followers is nothing new, but the true catholic faith, and that their churches represent the true catholic or universal church".

When the Lutherans presented the Augsburg Confession to. The three consecutive meetings () marked the start of a new era in Evangelical-Catholic dialogue.

The conversations were signs of a nascent ecumenism between Catholics and Evangelicals. The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, (Grand Rapids and Carlisle: William B Eerdmans and Paternoster Press, ).

It was translated by Rene Padilla into Spanish and this was checked by Father Pierre Duprey. Meeking, Basil and John Stott, The Evangelical Roman Catholic Dialogue on MissionExeter: Paternoster Press, Musasiwa, Roy, 'The Finality of Jesus in Africa', Evangelical Review of Theology, vol.

17, no. 1, January   Background In recent years a trend has emerged within the church to promote, support and take part in ecumenical dialog. The suggestion is that we are all 'close enough' to the same thing, and therefore we can work together on a common mission.

Closer to home, in late the Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue in Saskatoon. Translation of: The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, Description: 88 pages ; 21 cm: Other Titles: Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, Responsibility: editado por Basil Meeking y John Stott ; [traducción de C.

René Padilla]. The Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission held sessions from to and published its report under the overall theme of "mission." The following subjects were addressed: revelation and authority; the nature of mission; the gospel of salvation; response in the Holy Spirit — the church — and the gospel; the gospel and culture.

Stott contributed to the development of missiology through his international speaking and preaching (often to students); his books on mission theology, particularly Christian Mission in the Modern World (); and his deft, concise drafting of key mission statements in the Lausanne Covenant (), Willowbank Report on Gospel and Evangelical.

III.1 The Evangelical Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission () Between and representative groups of Evangelicals and Roman Catholics met on three occasions for intensive dialogue on mission under the leadership of John Stott and Basil Meeking. The Evangelical- Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission was a series of three meetings which took place over a period of seven years.

The first was held at Venice inthe second at Cambridge in and the third at Landévennec in France in 81 Roman Catholic-WCC Joint Working Group, "The Ecumenical Dialogue on Moral Issues: Potential Sources of Common Witness or of Divisions": Information Service, No.

91, /III, pp. THE EVANGELICAL-ROMAN CATHOLIC DIALOGUE ON MISSION, Edited b John R. W. Stott and BaslMeeking Born out of a desire to find a common ground between Evangelicals and Roman Catholics in their endeavors to be more faithful in their obedience to the church's mission, The Evangelical - Roman CatholicDialogue on Mission was a series of meet.