Reformation: A Global Perspective
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Part One: The Reformation and its Consequences
Reformation, Disagreement Between Confessions, Religious and Cultural Differentiation: a Historian’s Views on the Contemporary and Future Significance of Early Modern Church History
Constellations of the Reformation: Contemporary Religious Culture in the Mirror of Reformation History
Impact of Reformation on India Through Missions: An Assessment
Part Two: Inspiration from Luther’s Theology
The Theological Significance of Luther’s Modifications to the Greek and Latin Texts of the Pauline Letters
MANUEL SANTOS NOYA
‘The whole Church is full of the Forgiveness of Sins.’: The Reformers’ Discussion of Indulgences and the Church’s Spiritual Treasury from which Merit is Distributed to the Needy and Debt-burdened
Part Three: Perspectives from the Lutheran World Federation
Reflections on ‘Reformation’ Today
The Participation of Women in the Ordained Ministry and Leadership in the Lutheran World Federation: Women on the Move in an Ongoing Reformation
Part Four: Between Dialogue and Disputation
Encounters Among Equals: The Lutheran-Roman Catholic Dialogues after the Second Vatican Council
The Incomplete Reformation: Unsolved Problems, Ecumenical Answers?
Theological Forum: Discussing the Sacramental Diaconate for Women in the Roman Catholic Church Abbesses as a Model for the Diaconate for Women?: Reassurances from History
Justice for the Life of the Parish: Restoring Women to the Ordained Diaconate
A Son of Vatican II: Father Paulo Evaristo Cardinal Arns
FERNANDO ALTEMEYER JR.
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