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Baptism, Eucharist And Ministry: Questions By And For The Reformed Tradition

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This chapter draws up the balance sheet of the analysis of the ministry part of the BEM document. It describes the broad outlines and the most important results in order to get a clear picture of the key issues in the interaction between Reformed and ecumenical theology of ministry. The chapter begins with a description of two elements that made the discussion difficult from the point of view of the Reformed tradition: lack of knowledge of the ecumenical theology of Faith and Order, and linguistic and structural alienation. It continues with the points where there are affinities between ecumenical theology and the Reformed tradition. After that, the chapter indicates which aspects of ordained ministry still remain unsolved for the Reformed tradition at the current stage. In conclusion, the chapter lists the lessons and remaining questions for the Reformed tradition.

Keywords: apostolic tradition; BEM; ordained ministry; Reformed tradition



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