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1920s, can help in reflecting on the communicative nature of ecumenical and intercultural theology, open to encounters with religious others. 2 Why Synthesis is a Problematic Methodological Conclusion We come first then to the way in which the idea of synthesis was used or recovered in twentieth

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Ivana Noble

out that Ecumenical Theology shares with other types of theology the requirements for scientifically sound methodology, but also an awareness that theology is both an academic discipline and a spiritual journey. The chapter sketches in which sense Ecumenical Theology needs to work with an experiential

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Ivana Noble

. I must plunge into the water of doubt again and again. 21 Wittgenstein’s methodological doubt differs from that of Descartes or Hume in that it presumes certainty and functions as its corrective. 22 Wittgenstein speaks of various types of certainty and shows that the certainty of knowledge has

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Ivana Noble

adjust its focus or its methodological approaches. The best way to approach what Ecumenical Theology is may be to look at what it does. The first of its aims can be defined simply as an attempt to place basic Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox theological principles 6 beside each other, without