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Christ’s Love (Re)moves Borders

Reflections from GETI 2022
Edited by:
Kuzipa Nalwamba
Benjamin Simon

The Global Ecumenical Theological Institute (GETI) of 2022 was an intercultural, short-term, academic study and exposure programme. It was a six-week blended learning experience - four weeks online and two weeks in residence alongside the 11th WCC Assembly in Karlsruhe, Germany, from 28 August to 8 September 2022. The programme was designed to explore the theme, “Christ’s Love (Re)moves Borders”. 

The tapestry that ensues in this volume brings together the keynote contributions of plenary speakers with the interventions and perspectives of GETI 2022 students in an intergenerational and interdisciplinary theological discussion grounded in scripture and in Christ’s love.

Specs: 300 pages; 6x9 size; Print and PDF; 4-colour cover
ISBN: 978-2-8254-1844-4
Shelving/Topics: Christian Theology/Ecumism
Rights: World, all languages
Price: 25.00 CHF    USD 25.00    £20.50    24.25 €

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The volume editors are deeply involved in Global Ecumenical Theological Institutes (GETI): Kuzipa Nalwamba and her team, as programme staff for Ecumenical Theological Education at the World Council of Churches, organized GETI2022. Benjamin Simon took over the responsibilities for that programme after the 11th Assembly of WCC. 

The editors pray that God's Spirit makes the words in this book a gift towards breaking borders so that all of creation "may have life to the fullest" John 10:10.