Table of contents for I have called you friends : reflections on reconciliation in honor of Frank T. Griswold.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
Contents
Contributors									00
Preface										00
Desmond Tutu
	The Magnanimity of Reconciliation					00
Ellen F. Davis
	Taste and See								00
Rowan Williams
	Emmaus: Christ between						00
Kathryn Tanner
	God's Life with Us: Reconciling the Irreconcilable			00
Esther De Waal
	A Fresh Look at the Synod of Whitby:				00
	A Mark of Unity and Reconciliation
Mark McIntosh
	Trinitarian Life: The Source of Reconciliation			00
Jenny Te Paa
	A Letter from a Friend						00
Brian J. Grieves
	The Church as an Agent of Reconciliation: A Practical View	00
Peter S. Hawkins
	A Small, Good Thing							00
Louis Weil
	Sacramental Aspects of Reconciliation:				00
	Impaired Communion and Eschatological Hope
Luci Shaw
	A Friend for the Journey, A Guide along the Way			00
J. Robert Wright
	The Concept of Paradox: A Paradigm of Reconciliation		00
Njongonkulu Ndungane
	Truth and Unity-Justice and Reconciliation				00
Ian T. Douglas
	Called to Reconciliation:						00
	The Challenge of Globalization and the Anglican Communion
Denise M. Ackerman
	Making Way for the Image of God:					00
	A Spirituality of Reconciliation
Margaret Miles
	Love in a Culture of Fear						00
Michael Battle
	Praying in Community: Becoming Our Truest Selves		00
Cynthia Briggs Kittredge
	Engaging Friendship as a Christian Value in Philippians		00
Curtis G. Almquist, SSJE
	God's Conditional Love: The Inner Work of Reconciliation		00
John Haughey, SJ
	The Scribe Instructed in the Kingdom of Heaven			00
M. Thomas Shaw, SSJE
	Reconciling Generations						00
Esther Mombo
	A Letter from Africa							00
William Danaher
	Laces Just Right:							00
	Frank Griswold and the Ethics of Reconciliation
George L. W. Werner
	Afterword								00
Peter James Lee
	Afterword								00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Episcopal Church.