irenics


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irenics

(aɪˈriːnɪks; -ˈrɛn-)
n
(Theology) (functioning as singular) that branch of theology that is concerned with unity between Christian sects and denominations
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Lest the authors of A Sacred Obligation be accused of "judaizing" authentic Christianity or of extreme irenics and thereby diluting the core of the Christian message, they affirm that the Bible both connects and separates Jews and Christians.
15) Ngindu Mushete, "The History of Theology in Africa: From Polemics to Critical Irenics," in African Theology en Route 32.