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The biblical foundations of the Doctrine of justification : an ecumenical follow-up to the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of justification / presented by a task force of biblical scholars and systematic theologians from the Lutheran World Federation, the Pontifical Council for Promoting Chrisitan Unity, the World Communion of Reformed Churches, and the World Methodist Council.

Contributor(s): Lutheran World Federation | Catholic Church. Pontificium Consilium ad Christianorum Unitatem Fovendam | World Communion of Reformed Churches | World Methodist Council.
Publisher: New York : Paulist Press, c2012Description: xiv, 129 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780809147731; 0809147734.Subject(s): Catholic Church -- Relations -- Lutheran Church | Catholic Church -- Relations -- Protestant churches | Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification | Justification (Christian theology) -- Biblical teaching | Lutheran Church -- Relations -- Catholic Church | Protestant churches -- Relations -- Catholic Church | Christian union -- Lutheran Church | Christian union -- Catholic ChurchDDC classification:
Contents:
Hermeneutical aspects -- Traditions of biblical interpretation -- The Old Testament -- The New Testament -- The Bible and the JDDJ, conclusion.
Summary: "Investigates the biblical foundations of the doctrine of justification, an official document of the Catholic Church and the Lutheran World Foundation, and represents a new level of ecumenical relations since it expresses the official position of the churches involved"--Publisher's website.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Hermeneutical aspects -- Traditions of biblical interpretation -- The Old Testament -- The New Testament -- The Bible and the JDDJ, conclusion.

"Investigates the biblical foundations of the doctrine of justification, an official document of the Catholic Church and the Lutheran World Foundation, and represents a new level of ecumenical relations since it expresses the official position of the churches involved"--Publisher's website.

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