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Otherness in the fold

So, how much do youknow about Ethiopian Christianity, wonders Nicholas Cranfield

SINCE the turn of the millennium, there has been a noticeable slowing down in the momentum towards ecu­menical endeavour across the Churches. The post-war imperative to strengthen divided communities and reconcile past hostilities (as much evident in the rash of civic twinning of cities and townships as in encouraging disparate Christian denominations to bed down to­gether) gave the movement a new lease of life.

Although some projects still undertake invaluable work ...

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RT @Revd_Paul_MonkA fascinating interview with Francis Spufford in this week's @Churchtimes. Intelligent and deeply felt. https://t.co/uiQI696Py5