106 Ecclesiology Roman Catholic–Methodist Dialogue: Harvest or Springboard? 107 Article Review Roman Catholic–Methodist Dialogue: Harvest or Springboard? DAVID CARTER 6 Bampton Drive, Bristol, BS16 6BJ email@example.com Ecclesiology 4.1 (2007) 107–118 DOI: 10.1177/1744136607080901 © 2007 SAGE Publications (Los Angeles, London, New Delhi and Singapore) http://ECC.sagepub.com The Grace Given You in Christ: Catholics and Methodists Reflect Further on the Church. Report of the International Commission for Dialogue between the Roman Catholic Church and the World Methodist Council, Eighth Series (Lake Junaluska: World Methodist Council, 2006). A t the World Methodist Council in Seoul, the eighth report of the international Roman Catholic–Methodist International Commission was unanimously received. Potentially, if properly received by the two churches concerned, it represents a very significant step forward in the Roman Catholic–Methodist relationship. Methodologically, the Report has important implications for all other bilateral dialogues. In it the two churches do not just challenge each other over reception from the partner; they allow themselves, in very proper Christian humility, to be challenged by their own perception of what is truly of the Gospel, and, therefore, necessarily of the Church, in each other. It is devoutly to be hoped that this spirit will continue to characterise the dialogue
Ecclesiology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2007
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