Likewise, his association with the International Consultation on English Texts, the Consultation on Common Texts, and numerous other ecumenical partnerships has reached beyond the boundaries of Lutheranism and into the entire church catholic.
What does ICET stand for?
ICET stands for International Consultation on English Text
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- International Conference on Embedded Software and Systems
- Information Communication and Energy Systems and Technologies
- Interhemispheric Conjugacy Effects in Solar-Terrestrial and Aeronomy Research
- Industria Coostrizioni per l'Elettronica e le Telecommunicazioni (Italian)
- Information, Communication and Electronic Technologies
- Integrated Common Entrance Test
- International Center for Earth Tides
- International Coalition to End Torture
- International Conference on Emerging Technologies
- International Conference on Emerging Trends in IT Industry
- International Council on Education for Teaching
- International Conference on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies and Applications
- International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Applications in Engineering, Technology, and Sciences
- International Conference on E-Business and Telecommunication
- International Council for Evangelical Theological Education
- Instituto Colombiano de Crédito Educativo y Estudios Técnicos en el Exterior (Colombia)
- Interdepartmental Committee on External Trade Policy (Canada)
- International Center for Transition Studies
- International Conference on Engineering and Technologies
- International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer
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Examples of their critique: the collects were also mined for heresies and even the International Consultation on English Texts (ICET) translation of the creeds.
As well, the LBW was prepared in the context of then- contemporary ecumenical bodies, particularly the International Consultation on English Texts (ICET) and the Consultation on Ecumenical Hymnody (CEH).