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Thursday, March 7 • 11:30 - 13:00
#7/094.2 – Speaking, Discussing, Doing Ecumenism. Life and History of the Ecumenical Journals

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Ecumenism has always been animated by a large number of different souls. Every one of these incarnated – and still incarnate – a different aspect of the ecumenical movement, differing from one another by a large number of characteristics. Nevertheless, all have the same need: to be interconnected, and to have a platform to discuss and contribute to the common cause. In this aspect, journals have had a crucial role in the history of ecumenism: most of the institutions and the movements that compose the base of the ecumenical movement found their voice in the publication, and theologians often found a public space to discuss their thesis.The panel aims to gather papers that illustrate the life and history of journals published by ecumenical institutions or movements. Each paper must touch upon both the topics of the journals’ publication history and the major arguments debated on its pages.

Chair:
  • Bruno Cherubini (Fscire)

Panelists:
  • Stephen Brown (The Ecumenical Review) - A truly ecumenical conversation: The Ecumenical Review and the ecumenical movement
  • Dagmar Heller (Konfessionskundliches Institut Bensheim:) - Ökumenische Rundschau - a Protestant ecumenical journal in Germany
  • Fabrizio Barbieri  (Fscire) - One in Christ and its Mission for Unity

Language: English / French




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Speakers
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Stephen Brown

Editor Ecumenical Reveiw, The Ecumenical Review
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Dagmar Heller

Konfessionskundliches Institut Bensheim


Thursday March 7, 2019 11:30 - 13:00 GMT
Sala Lettura – Fscire Via S. Vitale, 114, 40125 Bologna BO
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