Ecumenism 2.0? 
Between Ecumenism and Anti-Ecumenism (Orthodox Cases) 

22-23 March 2018 |Seminarhotel Strudlhof, Vienna



Srđan Barišić, The Serbian Orthodox Church between universalism and ethnophyletism

Will Cohen, Whether and How Ecumenism, Anti-Ecumenism, and Conservative Ecumenism are Politically or Theologically Motivated: A View from the United States

Boris Knorre, Anti-Ecumenical arguments of Orthodox fundamentalists throughout the response to Havana meeting and the Council in Crete

Vasilios Makrides, Ecumenism and Anti-Ecumenism in the Greek Orthodox World: Developments, Adjustments and Innovations

Smilen Markov, Criteria for Dialogue from Crete and the Experience of a Bulgarian Parish in the Diaspora

Nikolay Mitrokhin, Discussion in the modern Ukrainian Orthodox Church about ecumenism, conservatism and new ways in Theology

Andrey Shishkov, Two Ecumenisms: Conservative Christian Alliances as a New Form of Ecumenical Cooperation

Natallia Vasilevich, Orthodox opposition to “gender ideology” in Eastern Europe 

Discussion Panels 

Discussion Panel 1: Is “conservative ecumenism” a form of ecumenism at all? Is it really new? Does it pose a threat to “classical ecumenism” (similar to the threat of anti- ecumenism) or can it be accommodated within its framework? With Thomas Bremer, Regina Elsner, Alexander Kyrlezhev

Discussion Panel 2: What are the contents of conservative ecumenism? Is “gender” the (only) “symbolic glue” for conservative ecumenism? With Dmitry Uzlaner, Aristotle Papanikolaou, Jennifer Wasmuth

Discussion Panel 3: Who are the actors in ecumenism? Do the categories “liberals, traditionalists, fundamentalists” help us to understand (and maybe evaluate) the phenomenon of a multifaceted ecumenism? With Kristina Stoeckl, Ingeborg Gabriel, Andrey Shishkov


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