Dr. Geoff Tunniclife's speech on Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World: Recommendations for Conduct
When the Evangelical Alliance was established in 1846 it sought to work in four primary areas of concern: 1. Christian unity 2. Human rights, and in particular at that time the abolition of slavery 3. World evangelism 4. Religious freedom for all Today we find ourselves with the joyous announcement of a document that fulfills all four of these concerns: Christian unity, human rights, a positive outlook of mission and evangelism, and a major step towards religious freedom – these are all part of the significance of the document “Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World: Recommendations for Conduct”. The World Evangelical Alliance, representing over 600 million Christians worldwide, is grateful that the World Council of Churches and the Roman Catholic Church have accepted us as collaborators in the process of developing the Recommendations.
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Posted : 2012-04-15 12:11:13 GMT
Publishers : World Evangelical Alliance
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Publication Date : 2011-06-28