Who speaks for the church? : a Critique of the 1966 Geneva Conference on Church and Society / Paul Ramsey.


Nashville : Abingdon Press, [1967] .

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Other Title A critique of the 1966 Geneva Conference on Church and Society
Subjects Congressen.
Ecumenical movement.
Sociale ethiek.
Sociologie religieuse -- Christianisme.
Vredesvraagstuk.
World Council of Churches.
Description 189 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
©1967
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 169-189).
Contents Who speaks for the church -- The abstractness of concrete advice -- Between generality and particularity -- The "Church and society" syndrome: the Geneva conference ; 1. The procedures for speaking responsibly to a responsible society ; 2. The specific condemnation of recent United States action in Vietnam ; 3. Some activities of United States citizens acting as individuals ; 4. The statement on nuclear war -- A provisional model for specific political pronouncements -- Toward an ecumenical ethics -- The church and the magistrate -- App.A The Oxford conference report (1937) -- App.B The Amsterdam assembly report (1948) -- App.C the national inter-religious conference on peace.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)881005
(OCoLC)ocm00881005
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WorldCat Identities Ramsey, Paul.
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