Contents: Point of Departure, General Perspective and Framework – A Theology of the Laity in the Light of Scripture - Some
Key Aspects – Laity and the C(o)urse of History – Questions and Perspectives - First Results – The Laity in the Documents
of Vatican II – Paul VI – John Paul II – Unofficial Positions - ‘Non-Roman’ Roman Catholic Views – An Anglican Perspective
on the Laity – Anglicanism and Laity: Individual Positions and Perspectives – Anglicans and Roman Catholics in Dialogue –
The Perspectives and Challenges of Latin America, Africa and Asia to Lay Theology – Ecclesiological Aspects of the Laity in
Liberative Theologies – The People of God: Towards a Positive Definition of the Laity – Some Suggestions for a Different Theology
of the Laity – Consequences: Some Perspectives – A Biblical Vision of Being the Church.