Different but One? A Regional Application of an Ecumenical/Global Debate

in Journal of Reformed Theology
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Abstract

The essay in the first instance, presents a sample of discussions and views dominant in the ecumenical circles on affirming and living with differences in churches. In the second part, it offers two case studies from West African experience with ethnic identities in churches. The third part applies the dominant views in the ecumenical circles that call for affirmation of differences to the West African church circles. The essay argues and concludes that affirmation of differences in churches is not helpful in the African context.

Different but One? A Regional Application of an Ecumenical/Global Debate

in Journal of Reformed Theology

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