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“That They May Be One”

Thinking Ecumenically for the 21st Century Week 1 Ecumenical Poetry, Prose, and Practice: An Opening Editorial, Rev. Dr. Chris Iosso Reconciled Diversity: An Ecumenical Vision for the 21st Century, Rev. Dr. Clifton Kirkpatrick Ecumenical Chaos and the Christian Ecosystem, Rev. … Continue reading

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Snapshots of the ‘New Ecumenism’: The Slate Project

New Worshiping Communities in Traditional Denominations One evening last spring, my brother and I were considering whether or not we wanted to go see Mad Max: Fury Road. It was opening that evening, and neither of us had heard much … Continue reading

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Te Deum: To Do ‘Em!

A New Worshiping Community Embracing (but not bound by) Denominational Affiliation “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” -African Proverb Write Blog Article Make Drs. Appointment for Mom Plan Ministerium Meeting … Continue reading

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The Hope of Something New

Feminism, Evangelism, and New Worshiping Communities If you were going to create a church that fully lived into gender equality as one of the central values, what would that look like? Who would preach? What language would you use to represent … Continue reading

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