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Ecumenical Dialogue at Harvard

The Roman Catholic–Protestant Colloquium

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Publication Date: 01/01/1964

385 pages

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  • Editors’ Introduction
  • The Charles Chauncey Stillman Lectures on the Unity of Christians
    • Introduction [George H. Williams, Harvard Divinity School]
    • The Academic Pursuits and Christian Unity [Augustin Cardinal Bea, President, Vatican Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity]
    • The Second Vatican Council and Non-Catholic Christians: Preparation and the Work in the First Period [Augustin Cardinal Bea]
    • The Second Vatican Council and Non-Catholic Christians: Evaluation and Prognosis [Augustin Cardinal Bea]
  • Addresses and Papers
    • Theological Reflections on the Second Vatican Council [Gregory Baum, O.S.A., St. Michael’s College, Toronto]
    • Interpretation of Scripture in Biblical Studies Today [James M. Robinson, Southern California School of Theology at Claremont]
    • Challenge to Dialogue in the New Testament [W. D. Davies, Union Theological Seminary, New York City]
    • Word and Sacrament in Protestant Worship [Cyril C. Richardson, Union Theological Seminary, New York City]
    • “Reformatio” [Gerhart B. Ladner, University of California at Los Angeles]
    • Who Reforms the Church? [Martin A. Schmidt, San Francisco Theological Seminary]
    • Conscience in a Pluralistic Society: Theological and Sociological Issues [John L. Thomas, S.J., St. Louis University]
    • The Apostle Paul and the Introspective Conscience of the West [Krister Stendahl, Harvard Divinity School]
    • Some Reflections on the Introspective Conscience from New Testament Data [David M. Stanley, S.J., State University of Iowa]
    • The Problem of Conscience and the Twentieth-Century Christian [Charles E. Curran, St. Bernard’s Seminary, Rochester]
    • Integrity of Heart: A Comment upon the Preceding Paper [Paul L. Lehmann, Union Theological Seminary, New York City]
    • The Ecumenical Movement: A Layman’s View [Nathan M. Pusey, Harvard University]
  • The Seminar Discussion Summaries
    • Seminar I. Biblical Studies: Record and Interpretation
    • Seminar II. Symbol and Sacrament
    • Seminar III. “Reformatio”
    • Seminar IV. Conscience in a Pluralistic Society: Theological and Sociological Issues
  • Colloquium Participants
  • Colloquium Program
  • Index

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