BRIAN P. FLANAGAN is Assistant Professor of Theology at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. He received his PhD in Systematic Theology at Boston College in 2007 and has published Communion, Diversity, and Salvation: The Contribution of Jean-Marie Tillard to Systematic Ecclesiology (2011). He is active in the Ecclesiological Investigations Network and the Catholic Theological Society of America and serves as Treasurer of the College Theology Society. His current research focuses upon the doctrine of the holiness of the church in relation to eschatology and ecclesiological method. MICHAEL KINNAMON, a long-time seminary professor, has also served on the staff of the WCC’s Faith and Order Commission and as General Secretary of the National Council of Churches in the USA. He is currently Visiting Professor in the field of ecumenical and interfaith studies at Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry. TIIT PÄDAM trained as an architect, studied theology in Uppsala (Sweden) and was ordained priest in 1998. He has served as a priest in the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church and at the Anglican Church in Tripoli (Libya). He has been general secretary of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church, Principal of the EELC Theological University College in Tallinn, secretary to
Ecclesiology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2012
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