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Donald Ottenhoff on the Ecclesial Literature Project

Donald Ottenhoff discusses the work of a project at the Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research where pastors, academics, laypersons and noted contemporary authors can take up residence together to write, read and discuss one another's work in order to nurture what Ottenhoff describes as a broad and varied body of writing "less technical than present-day academic theology, but more theologically substantive than the volumes of devotional and new-age literature that line the bookshelves of both Christian and secular bookstores."

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