Open heaven/closed hearts: theological reflections on ecumenical relations.

Graeme Garrett

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Abstract

Australian Christians live in a pluralist culture. This makes the issues of faith, freedom and their interrelationship all the more critical. In a pluralist context, Christian faith and freedom must be expressed and embodied in a coherent rather than discordant way. The authors of these reflections on key ethical concerns represent the Anabaptist, Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic and Uniting Church traditions, yet there is harmony within this plurality of theological and ecclesialogical voices.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFaith and freedom
Subtitle of host publicationChristian ethics in a pluralist culture. ATF Series: 9
EditorsDavid Neville, Philip Matthews
Place of PublicationHindmarsh, SA
PublisherATF Press
Pages63-80
Number of pages18
Edition6
ISBN (Print)1920691162
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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