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Title: Some Aspects of Protestant-Orthodox Relations in Modern Times: A Historical Analysis
Other Titles: بعض مظاهر العلاقات البروتستانية_الأرثوذكسي في العصر الحديث: تحليل تاريخي
Authors: Traboulsi, Berge
Keywords: Protestant-Orthodox
Modern Times
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of Balamand
Part of: Chronos
Issue: 16
Start page: 69
End page: 94
"Today, in many quarters, it is fashionable to be 'ecumenical', but a superficial 'ecumenism' too often hides from us the tragic nature of our situation", said a Greek ecumenist, Professor Nikos Nissiotis. (Patelos 1978:213) The 'unity' of the Church is the main goal of almost all ecumenists, a unity that could be achieved, if not during this lite, probably in the hereafter. A whole century of ecumenical work has just passed, and the desire of Christ in John 17: 21 "that they all may he one" has yet to be fulfilled.
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Type: Journal Article
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