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A History of the Ecumenical Movement in Asia, Volume II, Published

Following its first volume which was written by Ninan Koshy and published in May, 2004, this second volume is a collection of essays written by a team of distinguished ecumenical leaders and edited by
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Following its first volume which was written by Ninan Koshy and published in May, 2004, this second volume is a collection of essays written by a team of distinguished ecumenical leaders. The essay have been edited by Koshy, himself.

According to the Christian Conference of Asia, this book provides "invaluable information on and insightful interpretation of the major themes that have enriched the life of the ecumenical movement in Asia".

Following the same theme as the first volume, the authors in the second volume "explore the evolution, development and emerging trends of the wide range of concerns that have stimulated the World Student Christian Federation Asia-Pacific Region, the Asia and Pacific Alliance of YMCAs and the Christian Conference of Asia and made them privileged instruments of the ecumenical movement", CCA comments.

Dr. Ninan Koshy is a renowned scholar and author, who has written books and articles on different topics such as religion, international affairs, and human rights. From 1968 to 1973, he was the general secretary of the Student Christian Movement of India. Afterward, he served on the staff of the World Council of Churches for seventeen years. From 1981-1991, Koshy served as organization director.

Copies of this book is now availble for purchase online or at selected bookstores.