Plausible Ecumenism by James M. Kushiner + S. M. Hutchens + Thomas S. Buchanan + Richard John Neuhaus + Jonathan Jenkins + David Mills + Craig R. Higgins + Kevin Offner

Plausible Ecumenism

An Ecumenical Roundtable Discussion

Introduction by James M. Kushiner

In New York City on January 15, 1999, Touchstone held “Plausible Ecumenism: An Ecumenical Roundtable Discussion.” Participants met to consider several questions: What do you see as the current state of movement towards orthodox ecumenism with respect to your tradition and how has your tradition contributed to the current state of visible disunity? What hope do you have for the future? What needs to happen next, over the next forty years?

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James M. Kushiner is the Director of Publications for The Fellowship of St. James and the former Executive Editor of Touchstone.

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