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52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. Agreeable Agreement Lutheran Reformed Relationships: Evaluations by North-American and European Theologians, ed. William G. Rusch and Daniel F. : Augsburg Fortress, 1989), p. 102.
50 Another difficulty is that the concept of ‘the centre of the gospel’ yields both qualitative and quantitative interpretations. The possible compatibility of the hierarchy of truths and the centre of the gospel depends also on which of these two interpretations is followed. On the one hand, a qualitative interpretation (such as Loff ’s) would converge with the idea that ‘the foundation of Christian faith’ is not a doctrine but the person of Jesus Christ. In this interpretation, however, doctrinal expressions are considered inferior to the centre in a way that does not agree with the hierarchy of truths.
The goal of the document is twofold: to describe Lutheran–Roman Catholic: International Dialogue 29 the Lutheran and Catholic ways of witnessing through celebrating the Eucharist and to describe and clear up misunderstandings of theological positions. Accordingly, the document has two methodological foci, one concerned with the liturgical context of joint doxological witness and another concerned with theological conceptualizations. Methodologically, the movement is from common witness to common theological understanding.