Last updated: February, 2007.


Draft Syllabus, 1986.


Thomas V. Taylor

Emeritus Professor,
Biblical Theological Seminary

80 pages

This electronic edition was prepared by Dr. David C. Bossard
from original documents.

February, 2007.

Electronic Version Copyright © 2007 by Mr. Thomas V. Taylor. All Rights Reserved.


I. General Introduction.   001  002  003  004  005  006  007  008  009  010

II. A Broad Survey of the Ecumenical Movement.

A. Historical Survey  011  012  013  014  015

B. Factors leading to the Modern Ecumenical Movement.   016

C. Organization al Steps in Development of the Modern Ecumenical Movement.  017  018  019  020  021  022  023  024  025  026  027

D. Theological Foundations of Modern Ecumenism.

1. Modern Unbelief.  028  029030  031  032  033  034  035  036  037  038  039  040

2. Inclusivistic Theologies.  041  042

3. Syncretistic Ideals.  043

III. Reactions to Modern Ecumenism in hts Theological Mold.

A. Background Material.  043  044  045  046

B. The Nature of Reactions.  047

C. An Analysis of Separatist Reaction. 047  048  049  050  051  052  053

D. An analysis of Non-Separatist but Evangelical Reaction.  054  055  056  057  058  059

IV. Reactions to Modern Ecumenism in its Structural Mold.   060  061  062  063  064  065  066  067

V. Contemporary Ecumenical Efforts.   068  069  070  071  072

VI. Contemporary Issues of General Interest in the Ecumenical Horizon.   073  074

Exam  75   075  076  077  078  079


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