Ecumenical Dialogue Series

Ecumenical Dialogue Series

Fostering Dialogue & Unity Across Christian Traditions

The Ecumenical Dialogue Series seeks to foster engaging dialogue across theological differences. In each of three volumes, contributors explore what it means to be Christian and what it means to identify with a specific tradition in Christianity—Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox. These charitable volumes address the challenges and benefits of each author's tradition as well as how we can create dialogue and unity across historically tense divisions.

Here's what you'll get from the Ecumenical Dialogue Series:

  • Exploration of the gifts and challenges of three major Christian traditions
  • Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox perspectives
  • Honest yet hopeful accounts that build ecumenical dialogue and church unity

Praise for the Series

“A treasury of saintly wisdom, theological insight, and personal testimony.”
—John Betz, University of Notre Dame

“The volume marks a testimony, not an apology, for his Christian ecclesial commitments, though it is not without a store of gentle persuasions. . . . Levering's limpid discussion takes us through his own sense of blessing, challenge, and hope in his Christian vocation as a Catholic."
—Ephraim Radner, Wycliffe College at the University of Toronto

Matthew Levering