What is the church?

Heim, S. Mark
October 1996
Christian Century;10/23/96, Vol. 113 Issue 30, p1000
Focuses on the faith and order agenda agreed upon by members of the World Council of Churches's Faith and Order Commission during a meeting held in Tanzania in August 1996. Promotion of full, visible unity of the Christian churches; Reconciliation of church divisions over baptism, Eucharist and ministry; Mutual recognition of sacraments among the Christian churches.


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