This volume examines the problem of East-West ecumenical relations. While this problem has strongly affected European ecumene, the World Council of Churches no longer considers it among its top priorities. Yet, the various social and political problems in our divided world are closely related. The author appeals to his audience to study the relationship between Eastern churches' political and ideological limitations and their ecumenical activities. Co-published with the Interuniversity Institute for Missiological and Ecumenical Research.
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About the Author
Hans Hebly is Director of the Interuniversity Institute for Missiological and Ecumenical Research in the Netherlands.