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An Anglican View of Methodist—Catholic Dialogue

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This article is an appreciative evaluation of the forty years of Methodist – Roman Catholic dialogue from an Anglican perspective. It explores in particular three issues in the Methodist–Catholic international dialogue which are highly relevant for Anglican–Methodist and Anglican–Roman Catholic dialogue, namely, episcopacy and historic succession, the Petrine ministry, and authority. The suggestion is made that it may be timely to consider an Anglican–Methodist–Lutheran–Roman Catholic conversation of these three issues which are of great importance for the future shape of visible unity.


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