Responses to Perspectives on Koinonia

Responses to Perspectives on Koinonia 143 Responses to Perspectives on Koinonia Editor's Note: The publication of the Final Reports of the International Roman Catholic/Pentecostal Dialogue in Pneuma, and especially the publication of Perspec- tives on Koinonia for the first time, providesaunique opportunity to solicit responses from a variety of Christian leaders. Below, you will find thirteen such responses. Readers should bear in mind that these responses are to be understood as the per- sonal, candid responses of those who wrote them. They are not intended to be read as official endorsements or criticisms of the Dialogue, and they are not to be understood as representing in any official capacity, the constituencies among whom each respon- dent ministers. Respondents were asked to be honest and forthright in their contributions. They were encouraged to speak freely and openly. They were asked to look at the strengths and weaknesses of Perspectives on Koinonia and write what they saw reflected there. Has the dialogue team fairly represented Pentecostal or Roman Catholic thinking? Is it a useful document? How could this document be put to effective use? What ques- tions could be raised that might help further the discussion? It is fair to say that fewer than half http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pneuma Brill

Responses to Perspectives on Koinonia

Pneuma, Volume 12 (1): 143 – Jan 1, 1990

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Brill
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© 1990 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0272-0965
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1570-0747
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10.1163/157007490X00160
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143 Responses to Perspectives on Koinonia Editor's Note: The publication of the Final Reports of the International Roman Catholic/Pentecostal Dialogue in Pneuma, and especially the publication of Perspec- tives on Koinonia for the first time, providesaunique opportunity to solicit responses from a variety of Christian leaders. Below, you will find thirteen such responses. Readers should bear in mind that these responses are to be understood as the per- sonal, candid responses of those who wrote them. They are not intended to be read as official endorsements or criticisms of the Dialogue, and they are not to be understood as representing in any official capacity, the constituencies among whom each respon- dent ministers. Respondents were asked to be honest and forthright in their contributions. They were encouraged to speak freely and openly. They were asked to look at the strengths and weaknesses of Perspectives on Koinonia and write what they saw reflected there. Has the dialogue team fairly represented Pentecostal or Roman Catholic thinking? Is it a useful document? How could this document be put to effective use? What ques- tions could be raised that might help further the discussion? It is fair to say that fewer than half

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