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Violence and Christian spirituality : an ecumenical conversation /

[edited by Emmanuel Clapsis].

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Names: Clapsis, Emmanuel
Published: Geneva, Switzerland : WCC Publications ; c2007.
Topics: Violence - Religious aspects - Christianity - Congresses. | Ecumenical movement - Congresses. | Peace - Religious aspects - Christianity - Congresses. | Family violence - Religious aspects - Christianity - Congresses. | Freedom of religion - Congresses
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111 2 |aInternational Conference on Violence and Christian Spirituality|d(2005 :|cBrookline, Mass.)
245 10|aViolence and Christian spirituality :|ban ecumenical conversation /|c[edited by Emmanuel Clapsis].
260 |aGeneva, Switzerland :|bWCC Publications ;|aBrookline, MA :|bHoly Cross Orthodox Press,|cc2007.
300 |axvii, 329 p. ;|c22 cm.
500 |aPapers presented at the International Conference on Violence and Christian Spirituality sponsored by the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in cooperation with the World Council of Churches and the Boston Theological Institute and held October 27-29, 2005, at Holy Cross.
500 |aStatement of responsibility taken from cover.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 00|gForeword /|rBartholomew, Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch --|gPreface /|rJane Love --|gGreetings /|rNicholas C. Triantafilou --|tChristian spirituality of peace and justice in a violent world /|rArchbishop Demetrios of America --|tOvercoming violence: an ecumenical Christian task /|rSamuel Kobia --|tViolence, religion and globalization /|rNikos Kotzias --|tPeace, human development and overcoming violence /|rIoannis Petrou --|tNew paths in spirituality and peacemaking /|rMarc Gopin--|tInterreligious discourse: hermeneutics and fundamentalism /|rRichard Kearney --|tNon-violence in the Orthodox tradition /|rGeorges Tsetsis --|tWitnessing the peace of God in a violent world /|rAntonios Kireopoulos --|tBranding identity for the twenty-first century: church as neighbourhood centre for forgiveness and reconciliation and for restorative justice /|rRodney L. Petersen --|tChristian anthropology for a culture of peace: considering the church in mission and dialogue today /|rAthanasios N. Papathanasiou --|tSpirituality and suffering /|rLucien J. Richard --|tViolence and the Freudian "death instinct": a Christian Orthodox point of view /|rAdamantios G. Avgoustidis --|tDomestic violence: violence against women /|rPaulette Geanacopoulos --|tDomestic violence: Orthodox pastoral perspectives /|rPhilip Mamalakis --|tDomestic violence at home: cursory observations /|rKyriaki Karidoyanes FitzGerald --|tEcumenical perspective on domestic violence /|rDiane C. Kessler --|tDickensian era of religious rights: Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox contributions /|rJohn Witte, Jr. --|tEcumenical perspectives on religious freedom and human rights: response to John Witte /|rDavid Hollenbach --|tResponse to John Witte /|rDavid Little --|tBeyond the Dickensian paradoxes of human rights: reconceptualizing proselytism, rediscovering evangelism /|rElizabeth H. Prodromou --|tEcumenical spirituality for a culture of peace /|rKonrad Raiser --|tTrinitarian approach to ecumenical peace church ecclesiology /|rFernando Enns --|tAmbivalence, subjectivity and spiritual life /|rEmmanuel Clapsis --|tBlessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God /|rThomas Fitzgerald --|tForgiveness and reconciliation according to the patristic tradition /|rGeorge Dion. Dragas --|tExperiencing the justice of God in the liturgy /|rAlkiviadis C. Calivas --|tSaints: an embodied presence of God's peace /|rJames C. Skedros --|tSpirit of compassion in the canonical tradition of the church /|rLewis Patsavos --|tSpirituality, violence and the desire for nonviolence: another view and perspective /|rMetropolitan Gennadios of Sassima --|gListener's report /|rAnton C. Vrame.
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