The Christian Church(es) and Christian Movement(s)
AbstractThe various kaleidoscopic ideas presented in this issue and the previous one about the missional nature of the Church require careful theological reflection. Throughout ecclesiological and movement-related discussions, it is necessary to keep in mind the inherently theological character of the realities being discussed and avoid reducing the topics simply to sociological phenomena. God is God over all spheres of life, including human ones. His presence in these different phenomena might be unclear to human eyes, but human blind spots do not cancel his involvements. All the topics taken up by this issue’s articles and reviews need to be considered theologically, making it possible to recognize God's activities. Let us hear God's guiding voice as we hear each other.