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One Hope

One Hope: Re-Membering the Body of Christ

Author: 
Julie K. Aageson (Contributor) John Borelli (Contributor) John Klassen (Contributor) Derek R. Nelson (Contributor) Martha Stortz (Contributor) Jessica Wrobleski (Contributor)
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Description

One Hope: Re-Membering the Body of Christ is a rich ecumenical resource designed to help Catholic and Lutheran communities mark the approaching 500th anniversary of the Reformation. By gathering together to reflect on and discuss its contents, Christians will foster the church’s unity on a grassroots level and grow in their awareness of the ways that unity already exists. The essays in One Hope are the product of an intense collaborative process by six gifted scholars and pastoral leaders, three Lutheran and three Catholic.

ISBN: 
9781451496529
Price: 
$12.00
Release date: 
January 12, 2015
Pages: 
104
Width: 
5.50
Height: 
8.50

About the Authors

Julie K. Aageson recently retired as coordinator of ELCA Resource Centers and director of the Eastern North Dakota Synod Resource Center in Fargo, North Dakota, at Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. 

John Borelli is special assistant to the president for interreligious initiatives at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. 

John Klassen, OSB, is in his fourteenth year of service as abbot of St. John’s Abbey in Collegeville, Minnesota. 

Derek Nelson is associate professor of religion at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana, and director of the Wabash Pastoral Leadership Program. 

Martha Stortz is the Bernhard M. Christensen chair in religion and vocation at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Jessica Wrobleski is assistant professor of theology and religious studies at Wheeling Jesuit University in Wheeling, West Virginia.