3 edition of Christian theology and inter-religious dialogue found in the catalog.
Christian theology and inter-religious dialogue
Maurice F. Wiles
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Get this from a library! Christian Theology and Inter-religious Dialogue. [Maurice F Wiles]. Foucault, Christianity and Interfaith Dialogue develops a new model for interfaith dialogue using the work of the French historian of ideas, Michel Foucault. The author argues that it is the injustice done to the 'Other' by Roman Catholic, Protestant and other centred and unitary models of religious pluralism that allows the introduction of Foucault's de-centring of transcendence .
March MINDING OUR HISTORIES: New Approaches to Jewish-Christian Dialogue in North America Download PDF. Interreligious Studies defines the essential features of interreligious studies compared with alternative conceptions of religious studies and theology. The book discusses pressing and salient challenges in interreligious relations, including interreligious dialogue in practice and theory, interfaith dialogue and secularity, confrontational.
The reviewer, Michael Barnes SJ lectures in the Theology of Religions at Heythrop College, University of London. He is author of Theology and the Dialogue of Religions (CUP, ) and Interreligious Learning (CUP, ). Find this book on Veritas's web site Shop for this book on Amazon, giving a 5% cut to the Jesuit Refugee Service, UK. The Epistles of Saul of Tarsus (Saint Paul) are less contentious, with general agreement of their origin being in in the 50’s and 60’s AD. They are most likely the first textual material of the accepted Christian canon. This is important as St. Paul effectively is the origin for all Christian theology.
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That Professor Wiles has now turned from the field of Christian doctrine and its history, for which he is so well known, to that of inter-faith dialogue is an indication of the importance which that subject is now by: 7.
CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY AND INTER-RELIGIOUS DIALOGUE. By Maurice Wiles. London: SCM Press, Pp. 90 + viii. Wiles begins his book with the following caveat: "Few people can have less claim than I have to write on this subject" (p.
This admission put me at rest. I found myself in good company since I had been thinking that few people.
Muslim-Christian Engagement in the Twentieth Century: The Principles of Inter-faith Dialogue and the Work of Ismail Al-Faruq (Library of Middle East History) by Charles Fletcher Kindle. Interreligious Studies defines the essential features of interreligious studies compared with alternative conceptions of religious studies and theology.
The book discusses pressing and salient challenges in interreligious relations, including interreligious dialogue in practice and theory, interfaith dialogue and secularity, confrontational identity politics, faith-based diplomacy, the question of interfaith learning in school, and interreligious.
He discusses also the relationship between the Reign of God, the Church, and the Religions. In chapter 9 he explores the nature and role of dialogue in a pluralistic society. In chapter 10 offers sage reflections on interreligious by: Catholicism and Interreligious Dialogue () by James L.
Heft, S. M.(Ed.) "In bringing together prominent Catholic theologians who have been engaged in prolonged dialogue with particular religious traditions, this book offers a rich taste of the very different flavors of interreligious : Description.
This book tries to put everything pertaining to inter-religious relations in: inclusivism, exclusivism, pluralism, universalism, different affiliations, Dalit liberation, women’s liberation, other situations and groups of socio-political nature along with reflections on many theologians of the past, present and of recent times like Raimon Panikkar, J.
Dupuis, Felix Wilfred. It is the dialogue in which Christians and believers of other religions work together for the integral development of man. IV Dialogue of theology Theological exchange dialogue in which scholars seek to deepen the understanding of the religious legacies represented and to appreciate the spiritual values of each.
IVAuthor: Tirkey. Theology of religions models for interreligious dialogue in South Africa social networking, and so on. Kärkkäinen () refers to John Habgood (the Archbishop of York), who stated that: Other faiths used to belong to other lands. At home rival religious claims could safely be ignored.
Or, if not ignored, : Tessa Freeman. Jose Kuttianimattathil, Practice and Theology of Inter-religious Dialogue (Bangalore: Kristu Jyothi Publications, ),  S.J. Samartha, “Dialogue as a Continuing Christian Concern”, in Christianity and other.
Probably we need to critically rethink interreligious dialogue, and that is exactly what Muthuraj Swamy has done in the present book. The main thesis of The Problem with Interreligious Dialogue is that conflicts that are labeled religious are mostly based on social, political, linguistic, or cultural factors, and that the practitioners of.
Get this from a library. Christian theology and inter-religious dialogue. [Maurice Wiles] -- "That Professor Wiles has now turned from the field of Christian doctrine and its history, for which he is so well known, to that of inter-faith dialogue is an indication of the importance which that.
Finally, he suggests ways forward and considers how these debates impact on the practice in interfaith dialogue. Interreligious dialogue is a core subject in most theology and religious studies courses in university departments and theological : Paul Hedges.
In comparison with other Christian traditions, Pentecostals have not been the greatest of interfaith dialoguers. Tony Richie, a Pentecostal academician, describes the religious interactions in Pentecostalism as taking the form of “self-centered psychosis that alienates itself from any realities of divine presence beyond its own borders.”.
Get this from a library. Christian theology and inter-religious dialogue. [Maurice Wiles]. Interreligious Studies: The Top 15 Books: Published in the Last 20 Years () A Personal Assessment by Paul Hedges, as of 6 th September A note on my choices: Please note these are very much my choices and are not intended to represent the best or most important books across everything that could count as Interreligious one.
Interreligious dialogue is a meeting of people of differing religions, in an atmosphere of freedom and openness, in order to listen to the other, to try to understand that person’s religion, and hopefully to seek possibilities of collaboration.
It. Author Bio. Henning Wrogemann (DTheol, DHabil, Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg) is a world-renowned missiologist and scholar of religion. He holds the chair for mission studies, comparative religion, and ecumenics at the Protestant University Wuppertal/Bethel in Germany, where he also heads the Institute for Intercultural Theology Brand: IVP Academic.
The Christian Muslim Dialogue An Intellectual Adventure. On this homepage we present to you (with the friendly permission of the authors) the digital version a series of books on interreligious dialogue that constitute a pioneering intellectual effort.
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Editors and that means that the contributions of the religions to this are best enacted through a process of interreligious dialogue and shared praxis.
This book demonstrates how different religious visions of liberation and dialogue are inextricably bound together both within and between.Christians and Interreligious Dialogue. The clarified understanding of other religions will be published in books and articles about the religions, many of which will be read by pastors and evangelists, as well as transmitted to average churchgoers.
"Beyond Dialogue," in Readings in Christian Theology, ed. Peter C. Hodgson and Robert H.Hartford Seminary Joins Journal of Interreligious Studies Team HARTFORD, CT – Hartford Seminary is pleased to announce that it will collaborate with Hebrew College and Boston University School of Theology in publishing the Journal of Interreligious Studies (JIRS), a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to the study of the interactions within and among religious .