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The Universal and the Particular Christian Unity in a Post-Modern World

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The Netherlands' Catholic Reformed text on the Church, local and universal, is an important contribution to international ecumenical discussions, informed by the particular context of the history of these churches in the low countries. This essay focuses on the importance of the theme and the method of this dialogue, and its contribution to understanding how the ecumenical movement is contextualized and communicated through the educational priorities of the churches. The essay relates this text, from a particular national dialogue, to the international Reformed Catholic dialogue and to issues of the wider ecumenical movement.

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