Living dialogue

steps on the way to communion among Christians
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New City Press , Hyde Park, N.Y
Ecumenical movement, Christian union, Church --
StatementChiara Lubich ; preface by Walter Cardinal Kasper ; introduction by Archbishop Rowan Williams.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX8.3 .L8313 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23164997M
ISBN 139781565483262
LC Control Number2009005927
OCLC/WorldCa310096979

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The theological roots of dialogue are found in the nature of the Church as the icon of the Trinity who has begun the dialogue of salvation with all humanity.

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Lubich develops a variety of principles but all share the same basis in humility. Living Room Conversations are a simple way to connect across divides - politics, age, gender, race, nationality, and more. Getting at the heart of what we share in common with one another, these conversations have powerful, positive impacts across society - including a sense of respect, underst.

The history of religious dialogue involving Muslims began when some early caliphs sponsored theological debates at court between Muslims and non-Muslims. Later, for limited periods of time, much fruitful interaction occurred among Muslims, Jews, and Christians in Spain. Still later (sixteenth century), the Mughal emperor of India, Akbar, sponsored religious dialogue in his court and [ ].

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“Keep looking at the book!” he hissed urgently. Dialogue increases the story’s pace and makes it more dynamic.

It will always be harder to read a whole paragraph where the narrator explains step by step the same things a dialogue can transmit in a few lines. It is clear that the sample dialogue would be very different if a narrator.