Journal of Ecumenical Studies
Contents of Volume 53 (2018)


Volume 53, Number 1 (Winter 2018)

EDITORIAL:

The Movement for a Global Ethic
Leonard Swidler

ARTICLES:

A Chrismatic Framework for Understanding the Intersection of Baptism and Ministry in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Churches
Nathan Chase

. . . And All Its Paths Are Peace
Gilbert S. Rosenthal

Living-in-Between: Rethinking “Dual Belonging” and a Confucian Christian’s Struggle in Late Ming China
Amy Yu Fu

The “Order of Melchizedek”: Hebrews 7 as a Model for Thinking Ecumenically about Priesthood
Merryl Blair

Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy’s Religious Integrative Thinking
Clementina Alexandra Mihăilescu and  Alina Pătru

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

The Concept of Unity in the Anglican, Methodist, Lutheran, and Reformed Dialogues with the Roman Catholic Church
Hector Scerri

BOOK REVIEWS

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES


Volume 53, Number 2 (Summer 2018)

ARTICLES:

Religious Discourse, power Relations, and Interreligious Illumination

Paul S. Chung and Peter Watters

Forty Years of Interfaith Experience in the Grater Toronto Area

Helene Ijaz

SPECIAL SECTION ON “WORSHIP IN ECUMENIUCAL CONTEXTS”: NORTH AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ECUMENITSTS’ 2017 ANNUAL MEETING:

Worship in Ecumenical Contexts: Inspiration- and Challenge- on the Way to Christian Unity

Thomas F. Best

Worship in Ecumenical Contexts: Impetus to Unity or Focus of Difficulty?

William H. Petersen

The Sacramentality of the Word: An Ecumenical Approach

John F. Baldovin

“Through the Church the Song Goes On”: Ecumenical Implications of Singing Together

Karen B. Westerfield Tucker

Ecumenical Prayer: Notes from the Battleground

Paul Meyendorff

100 years of Worshiping Together: Where Do We Stand? Why Does It Matter?

Gordon W. Lanthrop

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

Whose God? Buber’s “Eternal Thou” as “Absolute Person”

Kenneth P. Kramer