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The Final Draft: Reception

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Subcommission XIII was established during the general assembly of the SCUF in Bühl in August 1961. By November, 1961, subcommission XIII had put together a twenty-three page. The first part contains a status quaestionis on the topic at that time, and demonstrates a clear awareness that the main potential obstacle would be within the context of dialogue between Protestantism and the Roman Catholic Church. Part two of the text focuses on the Reformation and the Tridentine definition of the relationship between Scripture and Tradition. The third part sets forth a number of principles for a Catholic ecumenism and suggests, more importantly, that this still pending question should be left open. The schema gives priority to the idea that exegetes should be theologians, yet little exegetical insight appears to be demanded of theology and theologians.

Keywords: Protestantism; Reformation; SCUF; Subcommission XIII; theology; Tridentine notion



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