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Årsmødet vil sætte fokus på de mange herboende østeuropæere med overvejende ortodoks baggrund; hvordan kan folkekirken række ud til østeuropæerne og de ortodokse? Desuden
vil der være fokus på trosfrihed og forfulgte kristne. I den forbindelse vil der blive mulighed for at drøfte hvordan folkekirken konkret kan støtte forfulgte brødre og søstre.
Mødet henvender sig til de mellemkirkelige stiftsudvalg og andre der har interesse for det mellemkirkelige arbejde i folkekirken
Læs mere om årsmødet her.
The fifth international conference on Receptive Ecumenism will continue exploring the ecclesiological reparative, critical constructive task of ecumenical ecclesiology that was introduced in the previous conferences. Receptive Ecumenism is a fresh
ecumenical methodology emphasizing receptivity, learning, and listening. Since its inception, the concept has taken root in many diverse contexts around the globe.
At this conference, we hope to take this process a step further as we will reflect on the transformative impact of Receptive Ecumenism as an instrument for ecclesial transformation. To which extend are the churches willing to “listen to what the Spirit
is saying to the churches” (Rev 2:7)? As in the previous conferences, we will have the opportunity to listen to our keynote speakers in plenaries as well as to paper presentations in a number of parallel sessions.
Medvirkende: Cardinal Anders Arborelius OCD, Catholic diocese of Stockholm, Sweden Rev Dr Sofia Camnerin, Stockholm School of Theology, Sweden Rev Dr Mathew Chandrankunnel, CMI, Ecumenical Christian Center, Bangalore, India Rev Anthony Currer, Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, Rome Rev Dr Susan Durber, United Reformed Church UK, Faith and Order Commission, WCC Dr Sara Gehlin, Helsinki University, Finland Rev Peter Halldorf, The Pentecostal Alliance of Independent Churches, Sweden Most Rev Dr Antje Jackelén, Archbishop of the Church of Sweden Rt Rev Dr Karin Johannesson, Bishop of the Diocese of Uppsala, Church of Sweden Prof Paul D. Murray, Durham University, UK Prof Ivana Noble, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic Ms Aikaterini Pekridou, Executive Secretary for Theological Dialogue, CEC Dr Antonia Pizzey, Australian Catholic University, Brisbane Prof Cecil M Robeck Jr, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, USA Prof Risto Saarinen, Helsinki University, Finland
Læs mere her:https://sigtunastiftelsen.se/projekt/receptive-ecumenism/
Modern societies are pluralistic—not only in a religious sense, but in this sense as well. The three great monotheistic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam in particular often occur within the same countries and live together. In addition, there are differences between groups within the respective religions. Classical ecumenism in the Christian domain is concerned with denominational divisions and seeks to overcome them. But also Judaism, Islam, and even Buddhism know internal divisions and conflicts that separate believers from each other. In particular, the internal Islamic conflict between Sunnis and Shiites has been, like in Christianity’s separation between Protestants and Catholics, often bloody. How can conflicts be overcome in the coexistence of different confessional families within one religion, or between different religions in one area? Is there an inner connection between Christian ecumenical work and interreligious dialogue, like Islam could lead it? Is it possible to learn from the innerreligious work of other religions to help in one’s own? Are the methods of dialogue and models of unity transferable? The Seminar will seek to pursue these questions and their solutions, as well as attempting to think in new ways. The aim is to make an exciting attempt to bring ecumenism and interfaith dialogue toward that which both are committed to: dialogue. For this purpose, speakers of various religions and confessions will come to Strasbourg to discuss the topic in lectures and discussions.
Pris for seminar incl kost og logi: 750 Euro.
Man kan tilmelde sig frem til 8. april 2020 hos Elke Leypold, tlf +33 (0)3 88 15 25 75
I 2020 får hele Danmark en ny bibel, en mundret og tilgængelig oversættelse. Underviserne fra Wild Goose (IONA) inspirerer til, hvordan man kan bruge Bibelen
på en ny måde. Konferencen består af workshops, gudstjenester, liturgier, foredrag, installation og skumringstanker. Store dele af programmet foregår på engelsk.
Arrangeret af:Kirkefondet, Bibelselskabet, Galleri Emmaus og værkstedet Gudstjenesteliv.
Du kan tilmelde dig her.