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In Communion with the Trinitarian God

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A Reformed Reflection on ‘The Church: Towards a Common Vision’

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This paper is a Reformed reflection on The Church: Towards a Common Vision (CTCV). It seeks to explore an aspect of the rich contribution of CTCV to the understanding of the depth of the unity that the church has received from the Trinitarian God as a gift, and to which it has been called to witness, namely, the communion that exists between God and creation. It shall argue that, whereas CTCV has worked upon several years of ecumenical labour, and whereas it is a most invaluable work in ecumenical understanding of church unity, it fails to develop a robust theology of creation and, as such, fails to do justice to the richness of communion that the church and creation has with the Trinitarian God. This reflection shall be informed by some of the historic Reformed confessions, some modern Reformed confessions and the rich history of Reformed participation in ecumenical conversations.1

Affiliations: 1: Essien Ukpabio Presbyterian Theological CollegeItu, Akwa Ibom


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