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Yannoulatos, Anastasios Yarnell iii, Malcolm B. Yarnold, Edward Yates, Nigel Yates, Timothy Yengo, André Yfantidis, Evangelos Yiannaras, Christos Yoder, Don H. Young, Andrew Young, Robert Yu, Guozhen

12. The Origins of Anglican Ecumenical Theology; the Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral; and the Question of Anglican Orders

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Author(s): Avis, Paul
In: Volume 1 Dawn of Ecumenism | Part II. Prehistory: The Challenges of Modernity previous chapter 1 Introduction We tend to think of the ecumenical movement – the main modern expression of the desire for Christian unity – as a purely 20th-century phenomenon, stemming, in its institutional form, from the wmc held in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1910.1 The standard ecumenical narrative portrays ecumenism as then gradually gathering strength with the founding of the Faith and Order and Life and Work conferences, from the 1920s, making a breakthrough with th…

3. Historiography of the Ecumenical Movement: The State of the Question

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Author(s): Fouilloux, Étienne | Ferracci, Luca
In: Volume 1 Dawn of Ecumenism | Part I. Preamble: Long Term Issues previous chapter Strictly defined as the attempt to bring separated Christians together in order to restore the unity that has been lost over time, ecumenism barely goes back any further than the beginning of the 20th century, when it becomes one of the most significant religious phenomena. Indeed, the word and the reality appeared during the years from 1910 to 1920 in the Anglican and Protestant worlds in Europe and the United States, designa…