When a Theological Institution Becomes Ecumenical
A Focus on the Process and Experience
Published in Dialogue, A Journal of Theology, Volume 55. Number 4, Winter 2016, 364-371
Consideration by the same professor council at MF in the autumn of 1971 gave the necessary support to the decision to give non-Lutheran students full rights as students of theology, assuming that MF’s confessional status was safeguarded.
An ecumenism for the 21st century?
For and introduction to GCF, see Huibert van Beek, ed., Revisioning Christian Unity: The Global Christian Forum, ed. Ruth Padilla deBortst et al., Studies in Global Christianity (Oxford: Regnum, 2009).