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  2. Leonard Swidler
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  1. Remembering Our Divided Past: Looking to Our Ecumenical Future
  2. Thomas F. Best
  3. pp. 215-219
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  1. "Commemorating" the Reformation: Churches Looking Together toward 2017—and Beyond
  2. William G. Rusch
  3. pp. 220-230
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  1. Our Ecumenical Future: Lessons to Be Learned from the Events of 1517
  2. John A. Radano
  3. pp. 231-251
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  1. Re-Membering for a Common Future: Lutherans and Catholics Commemorate the Reformation, 2017
  2. Catherine E. Clifford
  3. pp. 252-272
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  1. What Is in It for the Rest of Us?: Interconfessional and Global Perspectives on the 2017 Commemoration
  2. Robert K. Welsh
  3. pp. 273-286
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  1. Creative Remembering—and Prudent Forgetting—on Our Way to Christian Unity
  2. Patrick Henry
  3. pp. 287-309
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  1. Hospitality in Islam as Based on Cornille's Conditions for Constructive Interreligious Dialogue
  2. Adis Duderija
  3. pp. 310-328
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  1. Guru Nanak's Vision of God as a Model for Christian Ecumenism
  2. Alonzo L. Gaskill
  3. pp. 330-343
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  1. The Emptied Christ of Philippians: Mahayana Meditations by John P. Keenan (review)
  2. Paul Knitter
  3. pp. 346-347
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  1. Pilgrimage of Awakening: The Extraordinary Lives of Murray and Mary Rogers by Mary V. T. Cattan (review)
  2. Bradley Malkovsky
  3. pp. 347-349
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  1. Announcement
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