Bringing together 180 theologians from all parts of the world, the World Forum on Theology and Liberation has kicked off in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Organized by ecumenical organizations in Latin America, and supported by international ecumenical bodies including the World Council of Churches (WCC), the Forum's theme refers both to the World Social Forum slogan, "Another world is possible", and to that of the February 2006 assembly in Porto Alegre of the World Council of Churches, "God, in your grace, transform the world".
According to its coordinator Luis Carlos Susin, the theological forum offers an opportunity for "mutual dialogue for Christian theologians of all continents" and "interfaith dialogue in a context that is marked by violent conflict between religions".
World Council of Churches (WCC) delegates are responsible for a series of seminars that affirm the dignity of life in a world...
The World Council Churches -- it and The National Council Churches are infamous for their ecumenical support of such people as Mugabe (sp?) of Zimbabwe making sure that he got such "spiritual" help as ammunition when he took over that country. This is truly an ecumenism of the devil. I hope some of the other fellows put up their favorite sites that attack such ecumenism, one of mine is: