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eBook Nothing Beyond the Necessary: Roman Catholicism and the Ecumenical Future download ISBN: 0809135760
Author: Jon Nilson
Publisher: Paulist Press (September 1, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 120
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Author Jon Nilson believes that it is time for Roman Catholic Church leaders to put their commitment to Church unity . Nothing Beyond the Necessary helps chart this course of action.

Author Jon Nilson believes that it is time for Roman Catholic Church leaders to put their commitment to Church unity into action and move beyond simply engaging in ecumenical dialogue. This clear survey of the ecumenical scene is important reading for Roman Catholic leaders, leaders of other Christian Churches, and laity with an interest in ecumenism.

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Nothing Beyond the Necessary book. Proposes specific initiatives that the Roman Catholic Church can and should be undertaking to advance the unity of the Christian churches. Roman Catholicism and the Ecumenical Future, Jon Nilson.

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Nothing Beyond the Necessary: Roman Catholicism and the Ecumenical Future. New York: Paulist, 1995. Rita C. Cliggett (a1). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 September 2014.

Nilson, Jon. 1995: Nothing Beyond the Necessary: Roman Catholicism and the Ecumenical Future. Paulist Press, Mahwar, New York Paul, Elie. 1998: John Paul's Jewish Dilemma. New York Times Magazine, 26 April. 1999: The Official Vatican Prayerbook for the Jubilee Year 2000. Continuum, Publishing Group, Washington. Concise History of the Catholic Church Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II. Jan 1977.

Roman Catholicism and the Protestant Reformation. The form of Christianity they had adopted in the 4th century, generally known as Arianism, was, according to the ecumenical Council of Nicaea, heretical in its doctrine of the Trinity. The Roman Catholic Reformation. The Council of Trent. Therefore, the future of medieval Europe belonged not to the tribes that had converted to an unorthodox Christianity but to the tribes, particularly the Franks, that had adhered to traditional Germanic religion and later became Christian. The Franks, after their arrival in Gaul, accepted Catholic teaching on the doctrine of the Trinity as well as the authority of the Catholic bishops of Gaul.

The Catholic Church's position specifically on homosexuality built on scripture and developed in substance from the teachings of the Church Fathers, which was in stark contrast to Greek and Roman attitudes towards same-sex.

The Catholic Church's position specifically on homosexuality built on scripture and developed in substance from the teachings of the Church Fathers, which was in stark contrast to Greek and Roman attitudes towards same-sex relations including the "(usually erotic) homosexual relationship between an adult male and a pubescent or adolescent male" that is called pederasty. Medieval and Early Modern period.

Roman Catholicism and the Ecumenical Future, Jon Nilson. Proposes specific initiatives that the Roman Catholic Church can and should be undertaking to advance the unity of the Christian churches.