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Ecumenical review

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Volume 65
No 2 (July 2013)
No 1 (March 2013)

Volume 64
No 4 (December 2012)
No 3 (October 2012)
No 1 (March 2012)

Volume 63
No 4 (December 2011)
No 3 (October 2011)
No 2 (July 2011)
No 1 (March 2011)

Volume 62
No 4 (December 2010)
No 3 (October 2010)
No 2 (July 2010)
No 1
(March 2010)

Volume 65 (2013)

Volume 65 No 2 (July 2013) The ecumenical movement beyond Busan
Tveit, Olav Fyske, 'Unity: a call to be strong or humble?', pp. 171-180
Chickera, Duleep Kamil de, 'Just peace: beyond rhetoric', pp. 181-198
Cunha, Magali do Nascimento, 'Navigating the ecumenical waters: a Latin American perspective', pp. 199-210
Gennadios of Sassima, Metropolitan Prof. Dr, 'God of life, lead us to justice and peace! An ecumenical process for transformation', pp. 211-224
Ma, Wonsuk, 'Life, justice, and peace in the Spirit: a Korean pentecostal reflection', pp. 225-243
Denis, Philippe, 'Ecumenical education and social change: the case of the Federal Theological Seminary of Southern Africa', pp. 244-257
Engdahl, Hans and Anders Goranzon, 'Ecumenical space: expanded for whom?', pp. 258-277
Huliselan, Beril, 'Imagining space in a fragmented landscape: an Indonesian perspective', pp. 278-288
Kosmidis, Nikos, 'Dream and reality: yet another ecumenical story', pp. 289-302


Volume 65 No 1 (March 2013)
Conradie, Ernst M., 'The God of life: a counter-intuitive confession', pp. 3-16
McFague, Sallie, 'Falling in love with God and the world: some reflections on the doctrine of God', pp. 17-34
Zachariah, George, 'Re-imagining God of life from the margins', pp. 35-50
Agyarko, Robert Owusu, 'God of life: rethinking the Akan Christian concept of God in the light of the ecological crisis', pp. 51-66
Pan-chiu, Lai, 'God of life and ecological theology: a Chinese Christian perspective', pp. 67-82
Deane-Drummond, Celia, and Barbara Rossing, 'The eco-theological significance of John 10:10: abundant life through the sabbath, trinitarian vestiges, and the tree of life', pp. 83-97
Vuola, Elina, '(The) breastfeeding God', pp. 98-113
Bergmann, Sigurd, 'Life-giving breath: ecological pneumatology in the context of feitshization', pp. 114-128
Edwards, Denis, 'The attractor and the energy of love: trinity in evolutionary and ecological context', pp. 129-144
Woloschak, Gayle E., 'God of life: contemplating evolution, ecology, extinction', pp. 145-159
Rakoczy, Susan, 'Christian faith and the Earth Conference: theological reflection and action', pp. 160-166


Volume 64 (2012)

Volume 64 No 4 (December 2012) Justice, peace and marginalized communities
Manchala, Deenabandhu, 'Editorial: God of life and peace, grant us courage to struggle for justice', pp. 423-426
Mitchell, Beverly E., 'Take not this prayer in vain', pp. 427-438
Clarke, Sathianathan, 'God of life, God in life, and God for life: lead all of us through the wisdom of the crushed ones to justice and peace', pp. 439-453
George, Samuel, 'God of life, justic and peace: a disability-informed reading of Christology', pp. 454-462
Longchar, Wati, 'Solidarity for justice and peace: an Asian indigenous perspective', pp. 463-471
Chang, Yoon-Jae, 'Toward the Pax Christi in North East Asian', pp. 472-488
Fritzon, Arne, 'Impairment and accessibility', pp. 489-499
Noort, Gerrit and Mark C. Noort, 'The "other contributes equally: some theological and psychological perspectives on constructing inclusive Christian identity', pp. 500-518
Malungo de Souza, Rolf, 'Representations of black masculinity in Brazil', pp. 519-529
Reddie, Anthony G., 'The quest for liberation and inclusivity', pp. 530-545
Rajkumar, Peniel In witness to God's "with-ness": Dalit theology, the God of life, and the path towards justice and peace', pp. 546-558
Chambe, Juan Jacobo Tancara, 'Resistence and reinvention: on being an urban indigenous Christian', pp. 559-561
Terrell, Vicki, 'Celebrating just living with disability in the body of Christ', pp. 562-574
Rivera-Pagán, Luis N., 'Xenophilia or xenophobia: towards a theology of migration', pp. 575-589


Volume 64 No 3 (October 2012) Gendered perspectives: "God of life, lead us to justice and peace"
Moyo, Fulata Lusungu and Sarojini Nadar, 'Editorial', pp. 233-240
Gnanadason, Aruna, 'Violence against women in sin: God of life, accompany us on our journey toward a world free of violence', pp. 241-253
Moyo, Fulata Lusungu, 'We demand bread and roses when we are hired: gender justice in workplaces: a feminist perspective', pp. 254-266
Au, Connie, 'Justice and peace for global commercial sex workers: the plight of aboriginal migrant women in Taiwan', pp. 267-280
Peters, Rebecca Todd, 'Feminist critical discourse on globalization, economy, ecology and empire', pp. 281-298
Groody, Daniel G., 'Homeward bound: a theology of migration for fullness of life, justice and peace', pp. 299-313
Mayer, Annemarie C., 'Toward the difficult whole: "unity" in woman's perspective', pp. 314-327
Hewitt, Roderick R., 'My mother who fathered me: the road to justice and peace is paved with positive masculinities', pp. 328-337
Kurian, Manoj, 'An ecumenical framework for a liberative human sexuality: toward a culture of justice and peace', pp. 338-345
Kaunda, Mutale M. and Sarojini Nadar, 'Remembering and resistance: Lenshina Mulenga's search for justice and peace', pp. 346-356
Macule, Salvador Armando and Sarojini Nadar, 'Women oppressing women: the cultivation of esprit de corps in Xirilo (Women's Association) of the UCCSA in Mozambique', pp. 357-365
Tveit, Olav Fykse, 'Theology and unity in world Christianity', pp. 366-382
Ecumenical chronicle
Ham, Carlos, 'Colombo: theological perspectives on Diakonia in the twenty-first century', pp. 383-392
Werner, Dietrich, 'Oslo: the future of theology in the changing landscapes of universities in Europe and beyond', pp. 393-404
Kerber, Guillermo, 'Rio: ecumenical advocacy and witness at Rio+20', pp. 405-410


Volume 64 No 1 (March 2012) Christians in the Middle East
Hader, Jamal, 'The context of Kairos Palestine', pp. 3-6
Preda, Radu, 'Occupation as sin', pp. 7-13
Tsalampouni, Ekaterini G., '"Election" and the "People of God": an Orthodox theological perspective', pp. 14-26
Smith, Robert O., 'Anglo-American Christian Zionism: implications for Palestinian Christians', pp. 27-35
Kort, Nora, 'Palestinian Christians in Jerusalem', pp. 36-42
Mitri, Tarek, 'Christians in the Arab world: minority attitudes and citizenship', pp. 43-49
Kattan, Assaad Elias, 'Christians in the Arab world: beyond role syndrome', pp. 50-53
Mikhael, Mary, 'Women in Middle Eastern societies and churches', pp. 54-60
Kalaitzidis, Pantelis, 'Christians in the Middle East: building bridges between east and west, old and new', pp. 61-68


Volume 63 (2011)

Volume 63 No 4 (December 2011) HIV: ecumenical and interfaith responses
Njoroge, Nyambura, 'Editorial', pp. 363-366
Waweru, Lucy Wambui and Dissi Muankia Obanda, 'No love', pp. 367-368
Almadel, Calle, 'A thirty-year personal journey with HIV', pp. 369-377
Kebaneilwe, Mmapula Diana, 'The Vashti paradigm: resistance as a strategy for combating HIV', pp. 378-383
Messer, Donald E., 'Getting to zero: embracing science, breaking the silence, and overcoming stigma', pp. 384-396
Chitando, Ezra, 'Expanding and expounding resilience: theological institutions responding to HIV', pp. 397-407
Longchar, Wati, 'Unclean and compassionate hand of God', pp. 408-418
Gill, Robin, 'AIDS and religious virtues', pp. 419-431
Senturias, Erlinda N., 'Interfaith collaboration and challenges', pp. 432-442
Manning, Greg, 'Coverage for all who are marginalized', pp. 443-455


Volume 63 No 3 (October 2011) Greed and global economics
Sung, Jung Mo, 'Greed, desire and theology', pp. 251-262
Larrea, Carlos, 'Inequality, sustainability and the greed line: a conceptual and empirical approach', pp. 263-277
Raiser, Konrad, 'Theological and ethical considerations regarding wealth and the call for establishing a greed line', pp. 278-294
Taylor, Michael H., 'On greed: toward "concrete and contemporary guidance for Christians"', pp. 295-305
Dommen, Edward, 'Calvin's views on greed', pp. 306-311
Andrianos, Lucas, 'Structural greed and creation: a theological reflection', pp. 312-329


Volume 63 No 2 (July 2011) Ecumenical horizons - prospects and perspectives
Kim, Kirsteen, 'Globalization of protestant movements since the 1960s', pp. 136-147
Ueberschär, Ellen, 'There's not much time left: we cannot afford an ecumenism of lethargy', pp. 148-152
Oxley, Simon, 'Getting nowhere?', pp. 153-159
Matthey, Jacques, 'The necessity of a world council of churches', pp. 160-168
Dumitrascu, Nicu, 'A Romanian perspective on ecumenism, patristics and academic theology', pp. 169-176
Gibaut, John St-Helier, 'Catholicity, faith and order, and the unity of the Church', pp. 177-185
Ih-Ren, Ambrose Mong, 'Crossing the ethical-practical bridge: Paul's Knitter's regnocentrism in Asian perspective', pp. 186-199
Hwang, Jae-Buhm, 'The first Asian ecumenical confession of faith: the so-called twelve articles of faith of many Asian protestant churches', pp. 200-210


Volume 63 No 1 (March 2011) Peace on earth - peace with the earth
Kässmann, Margot, 'Creative thinking for peace or Blessed are the peacemakers', pp. 5-15
Moltmann, Jürgen, 'A common earth religion: world religions from an ecological perspective', pp. 16-24
Younan, Munib A., 'Do justice, love kindness, walk humbly: just peace in the Middle East', pp. 25-34
Kerber, Guillermo, ' "Peace with the earth" in the context of the decade to overcome violence', pp. 35-43
Enns, Fernando, 'The Internationa Ecumenical Peace Convocation: towards an ecumenical theology of just peace?', pp. 44-53
LeMasters, Philip, 'Orthodox perspectives on peace, war and violence', pp. 54-61
Mejía, Milton, 'Armed conflict and human rights in Colombia', pp. 62-70
Mombo, Esther, 'Reflections on peace in the decade to overcome violence', pp. 71-76
Waweru, Lucy W., 'The blessed artisans of shalom', pp. 77-83
Winright, Tobias, 'Just policing and the responsibility to protect', pp. 84-95
Sintado, Carlos A., 'Social ecology: a hermeneutical framework for reading biblical texts? A Latin American perspective', pp. 96-110
Flacke, Heino, ' "My" Bonhoeffer: discipleship, peace freedom', pp. 111-119


Volume 62 (2010)

Volume 62 No 4 (December 2010)The winds of Crete: the work of Faith and Order, reflections from younger theologians

Quispe, Maria Chavez, 'Guest editorial', pp. 333-339
Tinker, Tink, 'Towards and American Indian indigenous theology', pp. 340-351
Hernández, Eleazar López, 'Indigenous theology in its Latin American setting', pp. 352-360
Cebrián, Dina Ludeña, 'The sources and resources of our indigenous theology', pp. 361-370
Anno, Ferdinand, 'Indigenous theology: sources and resources perspective from the Philippines', pp. 371-378
Jernsletten, Jorunn, 'Resources for indigenous theology from a Sami perspective', pp. 379-389
Parkin, Evelyn, 'The sources and resources of our indigenous theology: an Australian aboriginal perspective', pp. 390-398
Longkumer, Atola, 'Not all is well in my ancestors' home: an indigenous theology of internal critique', pp. 399-410
Salazar, Marilú Rojas, 'Experiences and reflections on a Latin American feminist theology of liberation using an ecofeminist key towards an indigenous women's perspective', pp. 411-422


Volume 62 No 3 (October 2010) The winds of Crete: the work of Faith and Order, reflections from younger theologians

Tanner, Mary and Aikaterini Pekridou, 'Guest editorial', pp. 243-251
Pekridou, Aikaterini, 'The plenary discussion on the ecclesiology study of Faith and Order, The nature and mission of the Church: the meeting and its process', pp. 254-269
Hawkey, James, 'Excabating apostolicity: Christian communities and secular cultures', pp. 270-281
Presa, Neal D., 'Take, bless, break, give: reflections from a reformed perspective on "Why the Church?" ', pp. 282-288
Moiso, Aimee, '"Getting personal"', pp. 289-295
Vlantis, Giorgos, 'The apophatic understanding of the Church and ecumenical dialogue', pp. 296-301
Bairactaris, Augustinos, 'Ecumenical dialogue: a necessity of our era and the inner source of the renewal', pp. 302-307
Gehlin, Sara,'Quest for unity, quest for diversity: ecumenical challenges in a time of globalization', pp. 308-316


Volume 62 No 2 (July 2010) Churches caring for creation and climate justice

Kerber, Guillermo and Martin Robra (eds), 'Guest editorial', pp. 113-118
Rossing, Barbara, 'God laments with us: climate change, apocalypse and the urgent Kairos moment', pp. 119-130
Wolf, Jakob, 'Theology and climate change', pp. 131-136
Tveit, Olav Fykse, 'The ecumenical movement as a movement that cares for creation', pp. 137-140
Kennedy, Joy, 'Renew the face of the earth: the long road through Copenhagen to whole earth justice', pp. 141-158
Conradie, Ernst M., 'Climate change and the church: some reflections from the South African context', pp. 159-169
Sipiläinen, Ilkka, 'Gratitude, respect, moderation: the Christian added value to climate discussion', pp. 170-173
Pereira, Nancy Cardozo, 'My people shall be as trees: commitment and biblical interpretations from Brazil', pp. 174-187
De Gruchy, Steve, 'Water and spirit: theology in the time of cholera', pp. 188-201
Gibaut, John and Maike Gorsboth, 'Water - holy and wholesome?' pp. 202-213
Chryssavgis, John, 'A new heaven and a new earth: orthodox theology and an ecological world view', pp. 214-222


Volume 62 No 1 (March 2010): Towards an ecclesiology of united churches

Mateus, Odair Pedroso, 'Guest editorial', pp.1-3
Durber, Susan, 'Baptism, unity and the United Reformed Church', pp. 4-13
Majiza, Charity, 'Unity and mission', pp. 14-20
Mortimer, Richard, 'Episcope and unity', pp. 21-29
Veliko, Lydia, 'Criteria for unity and the limits of diversity: towards an ecclesiology of united churches', pp. 30-40
Kalmbach, Pedro, ' "Towards the ecclesiology of united churches" Evangelical Church of the River Plate: challenges and vision', pp. 41-48
Stephens, Norbert, 'The experiece of the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands', pp. 49-56
Assel, Heinrich, 'The sources and exercise of authority and the limits of sustainable diversity', pp. 57-65


What's On

February '15

Introduction to Church History and Doctrine
Living theology in mundane life or living faith through holiness
Suffering and Evil, Part 1
The Catholic Church since Vatican II

March '15

From Passiontide to Pentecost
Introduction to the New Testament
Angels and the Fourth Lateran Council
Discipleship in the Gospel of Mark

April '15

What Bible Translation is Best
Jane Austen on Salvation: the theology of community