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Ecumenical movement

LC control 85040933
Topical headingEcumenical movement
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Variant(s)Ecumenical movement--Controversial literature
Movement, Ecumenical
Oecumenical movement
See alsoChristian sects
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Christian union
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Scope noteHere are entered works on a movement for the purpose of church cooperation and unity, generally dated from the Edinburgh Missionary Conference of 1910 and leading to the formation of the World Council of Churches in 1948. Works on prospective and actual mergers within and across denominational lines are entered under Christian union. Works on unity as one of the "marks" of the church are entered under Church--Unity. Works on religious activities planned and conducted cooperatively by two or more Christian sects are entered under Interdenominational cooperation.
Subject example tracingNotes under Christian union; Church--Unity; Interdenominational cooperation
Found inOxford dict. Christian church ("the modern ecumenical movement may be dated from the Edinburgh Missionary Conference of 1910 ... The next decades were marked by the establishment of many national Councils of Churches ... After a lengthy period of preparation these joined in 1948 to form the World Council of Churches.")
Dict. ecumenical movement: p. xi ("Much of the history of the ecumenical movement has to be focused on the World Council of Churches ...")
Sartory, T. The oecumenical movement and the unity of the church, 1963.
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