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Constructive Comparative Ecclesiology: The Pioneering Work of Roger Haight

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The completion of a major three-volume work in Comparative Ecclesiology by Roger Haight SJ provides the opportunity for an assessment of the method, scope and ecumenical significance of this innovative approach. This article summarises the argument of the trilogy, drawing out particularly its distinctive methodology and theological presuppositions and implications. The aspiration towards a 'post-denominational ecclesiology', along the lines of the two major statements of the WCC's Faith and Order Commission, receives support and the consequences for the exercise of church authority of embracing ecclesial pluralism are touched on.


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