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No Turning Back

The Future of Ecumenism

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ISBN-13: 9780814683132
Published: 14/10/2014
Offer ends: 21/01/2021
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Jesus' prayer on behalf of his of followers is "that all may be one. As you, Father are in me and I am in you, may they also be one in us" (John 17:21). No Turning Back illustrates significant developments in ecumenism during the thirty-plus years of ecumenical theologian Margaret O'Gara's own engagement in ecumenical dialogue. This collection of selected papers from the final fifteen years of O'Gara's work before her untimely death in 2012 aims to illustrate the broad lines of ecumenism for general readers to share concrete details of recent ecumenical developments with specialist readers to encourage both groups of readers in their commitment to the pursuit of full communion among the Christian churches An invaluable resource for academic and ecclesial specialists in ecumenism, teachers and students of theology and religious studies, Christian ministers, and all educated Christian adults who take seriously Jesus' prayer "that all may be one."
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Margaret O'Gara, Michael Vertin

Margaret O'Gara was born in Chicago in 1947. She completed undergraduate studies at Trinity College, Washington, DC; master's studies at Yale Divinity School; and doctoral studies at the University of St. Michael's College , Toronto. For thirty-six years she was a member of the Faculty of Theology at St. Michael's. During that time she also served on six different ecumenical dialogues. She died in 2012 after suffering from cancer for two years.

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