TOC: Journal of Ecumenical Studies Spring 2017

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The following is the table of contents for the Spring 2017 issue Journal of Ecumenical Studies, published by the University of Pennsylvania Press. The issue includes a special section from the North American Academy of Ecumenists 2016 Conference and is now on Project Muse.

"Remembering Our Divided Past: Looking to Our Ecumenical Future" by Thomas F. Best

"'Commemorating' the Reformation: Churches Looking Together toward 2017—and Beyond" by William G. Rusch

"Our Ecumenical Future: Lessons to Be Learned from the Events of 1517" by John A. Radano

"Re-Membering for a Common Future: Lutherans and Catholics Commemorate the Reformation, 2017" by Catherine E. Clifford

"What Is in It for the Rest of Us?: Interconfessional and Global Perspectives on the 2017 Commemoration" by Robert K. Welsh

"Creative Remembering—and Prudent Forgetting—on Our Way to Christian Unity" by Patrick Henry

"Hospitality in Islam as Based on Cornille's Conditions for Constructive Interreligious Dialogue" by Adis Duderija