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The Resource Learning from Other Religious Traditions : Leaving Room for Holy Envy, (electronic resource)

Learning from Other Religious Traditions : Leaving Room for Holy Envy, (electronic resource)

Label
Learning from Other Religious Traditions : Leaving Room for Holy Envy
Title
Learning from Other Religious Traditions
Title remainder
Leaving Room for Holy Envy
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
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Gustafson, Hans
Dewey number
200
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue Ser
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Religions
  • God
Label
Learning from Other Religious Traditions : Leaving Room for Holy Envy, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Jōdo Shinshū Buddhism
Contents
  • Intro; Foreword; The Legacy of Krister Stendahl: Let Holy Envy Replace Supersessionist Claims; Can Christianity Move to a Non-Zero-Sum Understanding of Itself and Other Religions?; The Impossibility of Superseding Supersessionism; Stendahl: Christianity Needs a New Departure Point; Stendahl's New Song: "The Path Not Taken"; The Path Not Taken Then Can Be Taken Now; Ecclesiology: A Church in Service of the Basileia; Missiology: A Particular Mission Within the Universal "Missio Dei"; Christology: The Uniqueness of Christ Calls Us to "Faithful Particularity"
  • Christ: A Particularity That Is Universal but Not AbsoluteReinterpreting Our Exclusivist Language: It Calls Us to a "Faithful Particularity"; Relating the Particularity of Jesus to the Universality of the Spirit; Reclaiming the Distinctive Particularity of Jesus: A Voice for the Voiceless; Conclusion; Preface; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Images; Chapter 1: Suppressing the Mosquitoes' Coughs: An Introduction to Holy Envy; Bibliography; Chapter 2: Nietzsche and the Jewish Jesus: A Reflection on Holy Envy; Introduction; Religious Difference as a Powerful Force for Good
  • My Religious CommunitySo, What's Wrong with Jesus?; A Return to the Jewish Jesus?; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 3: Ibn al-'Arabi and the Virtues of "Holy Envy" in Islam; Who Is "the Perfected Human?"; Who Is a "Friend of God?"; Conclusion: "Holy Envy" in Islam; Bibliography; Chapter 4: The Ritual of Everyday Life: Hindu Women's Rituals, Mujerista Theology, and the Catholic Theology of Gender; Introduction; The Catholic Theology of Gender; Body, Gender, and Hindu Women's Rituals; Mujerista Theology, Hindu Women's Rituals, and the Ritual of Everyday Life; Bibliography
  • Chapter 5: Ásatrú and Hindu: From Prophecy to DialogueIntroduction; The Ásatrú Religion; Ásatrú and Hindu; The Prophecy of Iceland; The Prophecy of India; Comparing Prophecies of the Final Battle; Indo-European Analogues; Non-Indo-European Analogues; Conclusion 1: Academic Implications; Conclusion 2: Interfaith Implications; Bibliography; Chapter 6: A Hindu Gift of Bestowal: Śankara's Concept of Grace in a Buddhist Context; The Indian Religious Context: From Cosmology to the Human Condition; Spiritual Formation; A Phenomenological/Existential View of Śankara's Non-duality; Grace
  • Yogācāra Buddhist Thought: A SummaryThe Relation Between Phenomena and Reality: Neither Identical nor Different; The Basic Definition of Radical Reorientation; Conclusion: Grace in Yogācāra Soteriology; Bibliography; Chapter 7: Self-Reliant and Ecologically Aware: A Christian Appreciation of Buddhism; The Birth of Buddhism and Christianity; The Central Figures of the Two Religions; Similarities in the Teachings of Siddhartha and Jesus; Self-Reliance in the Spiritual Quest; Ecological Awareness; Bibliography; Chapter 8: The Nembutsu of Jōdo Shinshū Buddhism; Introduction
Control code
on1037812799
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (216 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319761084
Note
SpringerLink
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1037812799
Label
Learning from Other Religious Traditions : Leaving Room for Holy Envy, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Description based upon print version of record
  • Jōdo Shinshū Buddhism
Contents
  • Intro; Foreword; The Legacy of Krister Stendahl: Let Holy Envy Replace Supersessionist Claims; Can Christianity Move to a Non-Zero-Sum Understanding of Itself and Other Religions?; The Impossibility of Superseding Supersessionism; Stendahl: Christianity Needs a New Departure Point; Stendahl's New Song: "The Path Not Taken"; The Path Not Taken Then Can Be Taken Now; Ecclesiology: A Church in Service of the Basileia; Missiology: A Particular Mission Within the Universal "Missio Dei"; Christology: The Uniqueness of Christ Calls Us to "Faithful Particularity"
  • Christ: A Particularity That Is Universal but Not AbsoluteReinterpreting Our Exclusivist Language: It Calls Us to a "Faithful Particularity"; Relating the Particularity of Jesus to the Universality of the Spirit; Reclaiming the Distinctive Particularity of Jesus: A Voice for the Voiceless; Conclusion; Preface; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Images; Chapter 1: Suppressing the Mosquitoes' Coughs: An Introduction to Holy Envy; Bibliography; Chapter 2: Nietzsche and the Jewish Jesus: A Reflection on Holy Envy; Introduction; Religious Difference as a Powerful Force for Good
  • My Religious CommunitySo, What's Wrong with Jesus?; A Return to the Jewish Jesus?; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 3: Ibn al-'Arabi and the Virtues of "Holy Envy" in Islam; Who Is "the Perfected Human?"; Who Is a "Friend of God?"; Conclusion: "Holy Envy" in Islam; Bibliography; Chapter 4: The Ritual of Everyday Life: Hindu Women's Rituals, Mujerista Theology, and the Catholic Theology of Gender; Introduction; The Catholic Theology of Gender; Body, Gender, and Hindu Women's Rituals; Mujerista Theology, Hindu Women's Rituals, and the Ritual of Everyday Life; Bibliography
  • Chapter 5: Ásatrú and Hindu: From Prophecy to DialogueIntroduction; The Ásatrú Religion; Ásatrú and Hindu; The Prophecy of Iceland; The Prophecy of India; Comparing Prophecies of the Final Battle; Indo-European Analogues; Non-Indo-European Analogues; Conclusion 1: Academic Implications; Conclusion 2: Interfaith Implications; Bibliography; Chapter 6: A Hindu Gift of Bestowal: Śankara's Concept of Grace in a Buddhist Context; The Indian Religious Context: From Cosmology to the Human Condition; Spiritual Formation; A Phenomenological/Existential View of Śankara's Non-duality; Grace
  • Yogācāra Buddhist Thought: A SummaryThe Relation Between Phenomena and Reality: Neither Identical nor Different; The Basic Definition of Radical Reorientation; Conclusion: Grace in Yogācāra Soteriology; Bibliography; Chapter 7: Self-Reliant and Ecologically Aware: A Christian Appreciation of Buddhism; The Birth of Buddhism and Christianity; The Central Figures of the Two Religions; Similarities in the Teachings of Siddhartha and Jesus; Self-Reliance in the Spiritual Quest; Ecological Awareness; Bibliography; Chapter 8: The Nembutsu of Jōdo Shinshū Buddhism; Introduction
Control code
on1037812799
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (216 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319761084
Note
SpringerLink
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1037812799

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