Abstract

precis:

Ecumenical dialogues often appear to be stalled by the inability of churches to make necessary transition fr om consensus to reception. This essay delves into the problematics of reception, addresses the key obstacles to ecumenical reception, and identifies openness as a necessary criterion for making the transition to reception. It represents an attempt to deepen the narrow idea of openness toward the ecumenical other by reconceptualizing openness as a form of spirituality, one that is essential for ecumenical fruitfulness.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2162-3937
Print ISSN
0022-0558
Pages
pp. 348-369
Launched on MUSE
2018-12-03
Open Access
No
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