To love your neighbor's church as your own
by Peter Halldorf
Release year: 2016
Number of pages: 80
Cover photo: Zandra Erikshed
Graphic form: Benjamin Åkerlund.
Convinced that the visible unity of Christians is the most important requirement of the faith, Peter Halldorf formulates in this book a "manifesto for unity" in which existential and spiritual ecumenism is in the foreground. In the first part of the book, the author talks about people and communities who embody a radical vision of unity with the way of the cross as the key to unity.
The second part of the book addresses one of the stumbling blocks of unity: the office of Peter. Based on the biblical texts, Peter Halldorf reflects on the questions about the role of the Pope and tries an approach that could be possible to gather around.