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The Church as the Community of the Shared Story

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Within this article, three ecumenical documents that discuss reconciliation and healing memories and that were published in the twenty first century are analyzed. The focus is on the way they deal with the past link between church and ethnicity, and how this has contributed to the inability of actual national or ethnic churches to be an expression of the one, catholic church of the ancient creeds. The result of the analysis is disappointing. The texts avoid dealing with this issue.

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2008-01-01
2015-05-06

Affiliations: 1: Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, VU University Amsterdam;, Email: eajg.van_der_borght@th.vu.nl

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