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Messianic Ecumenism: Missiological Reflections

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In this article the author pleads for a new type of ecumenism. We are known with the Christian ecumenical movement. K.-J. Kuschel has proposed an Abrahamic ecumenism of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Jongeneel comes with a plea for a messianic ecumenism, a going together of all people striving for a universal breaking away from sin and crime to resist the de facto demonic pressure of those who want to subjugate fellow humans and to strive for a brighter future on six continents.


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