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The past, present, and future of theologies of interreligious dialogue, Terrence Merrigan; John Friday

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The past, present, and future of theologies of interreligious dialogue
Title
The past, present, and future of theologies of interreligious dialogue
Statement of responsibility
Terrence Merrigan; John Friday
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Language
eng
Summary
The Past, Present and Future of Theology of Interreligious Dialogue' brings together several of the most widely regarded specialists who have contributed to theological reflection on religious diversity and interreligious encounter. The chapters are united by the consistent theme of the obligation to engage with the challenges that emerge from the tension between the doctrinal tradition(s) of Christianity and the need to reconsider them in light of and in response to the fact of religious otherness. As a whole, these reflections are motivated by the desire to bring together a significant selection of different theological approaches that have been developed and appropriated in order to engage with religious difference in the past and present, as well as to suggest possibilities for the future. This confluence of perspectives reveals the complexity of theological reflection on religious diversity, and gives some indication of future challenges that must be acknowledged, and perhaps successfully met, in the ongoing attempt to address a universal reality in light of traditional doctrinal particularities and cultural concerns
Dewey number
200
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Literary form
non fiction
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  • Merrigan, Terrence
  • Friday, John
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The past, present, and future of theologies of interreligious dialogue, Terrence Merrigan; John Friday
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; The Past, Present, and Future of Theologies of Interreligious Dialogue; Copyright; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction: Rethinking Theologies of Interreligious Dialogue; THE CRISIS OF THEOLOGIES OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE; THE REAPPROPRIATION OF TRADITION AND THE THEOLOGY OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE; THE APPEAL TO (RELIGIOUS) EXPERIENCE AND THE THEOLOGY OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE; THE ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF OTHERNESS AND THE THEOLOGY OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE; Part I: The Reappropriation of the Christian Doctrinal Tradition
  • 1: Towards an Incarnational Hermeneutics of Interreligious DialogueIntroduction; The ̀̀Doctrine ́́of the Incarnation and the Sacramental ̀̀Principle;́́ The Theological Significance of the Contemporary Context; Incarnation, Sacramentality, and the Universality of Revelation; Incarnation, Sacramentality, and the Challenge of (Re-) Appropriation; Incarnation, Sacramentality, and the Challenge of ̀̀Demonization;́́ Incarnation, Sacramentality, and the Challenge of Interreligious Dialogue; 2: Pneumatological Foundations for a Catholic Theology of Interreligious Dialogue
  • The Turn to the Spirit at Vatican IIAdopting a Pneumatological Approach; The Need for a Philosophical Prolegomenon for Spirit-discourse; Pneumatological Foundations in the Bible for Dialogue with Others; The Spirit of God among the Prophets in the History of Israel; The Spirit of God in the Stories of Creation; The Spirit of God in the life of Jesus; The Spirit of Christ in the Early Messianic Communities; Consequences for Theology Arising from a Spirit-led Approach to Interreligious Dialogue; A Concluding Note on Criteria for Discerning the Spirit
  • 3: The Future of Interreligious Dialogue in the Light of Ramon Llullś Contribution to the Encounter of ReligionsWhy Go All the Way back to Llull?; Ramon Llullś New Method; Ramon Llullś Contribution to the Future of Interreligious Dialogue; 4: Between Doctrine and Discernment: The Question of the Jewish People and the Development of Doctrine Arising from Vatican II; Brief Summary of Lumen Gentiumś and Nostra Aetateś teachings on the Jewish People; The Councilś Teaching on Deicide and on Covenant; Jewish Reception of the Council and Some Catholic Responses to Anti-Semitism
  • Covenant-and CovenantsMission to the Jews and the Letter to the Romans; 5: Catholic Theology vis-à-vis Religions and Dialogue Fifty Years after Vatican II; An ̀̀Implicit ́́Theology of Religions; The Doctrine of Vatican II; Theology of Religions and the Magisterium; Post-Conciliar Theology of Religions; Whose ̀̀Religion?́́; Theology of ̀̀Interreligious Dialogue ́́or Theology of ̀̀Religions;́́ Part II: The Appeal to (Religious) Experience; 6: Discerning Criteria of Religious Experience in Theology of Interreligious Dialogue: Insights from William James and Bernard Lonergan
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ocn976434308
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1 online resource (280 pages)
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9780192510716
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(OCoLC)976434308
Label
The past, present, and future of theologies of interreligious dialogue, Terrence Merrigan; John Friday
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; The Past, Present, and Future of Theologies of Interreligious Dialogue; Copyright; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction: Rethinking Theologies of Interreligious Dialogue; THE CRISIS OF THEOLOGIES OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE; THE REAPPROPRIATION OF TRADITION AND THE THEOLOGY OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE; THE APPEAL TO (RELIGIOUS) EXPERIENCE AND THE THEOLOGY OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE; THE ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF OTHERNESS AND THE THEOLOGY OF INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE; Part I: The Reappropriation of the Christian Doctrinal Tradition
  • 1: Towards an Incarnational Hermeneutics of Interreligious DialogueIntroduction; The ̀̀Doctrine ́́of the Incarnation and the Sacramental ̀̀Principle;́́ The Theological Significance of the Contemporary Context; Incarnation, Sacramentality, and the Universality of Revelation; Incarnation, Sacramentality, and the Challenge of (Re-) Appropriation; Incarnation, Sacramentality, and the Challenge of ̀̀Demonization;́́ Incarnation, Sacramentality, and the Challenge of Interreligious Dialogue; 2: Pneumatological Foundations for a Catholic Theology of Interreligious Dialogue
  • The Turn to the Spirit at Vatican IIAdopting a Pneumatological Approach; The Need for a Philosophical Prolegomenon for Spirit-discourse; Pneumatological Foundations in the Bible for Dialogue with Others; The Spirit of God among the Prophets in the History of Israel; The Spirit of God in the Stories of Creation; The Spirit of God in the life of Jesus; The Spirit of Christ in the Early Messianic Communities; Consequences for Theology Arising from a Spirit-led Approach to Interreligious Dialogue; A Concluding Note on Criteria for Discerning the Spirit
  • 3: The Future of Interreligious Dialogue in the Light of Ramon Llullś Contribution to the Encounter of ReligionsWhy Go All the Way back to Llull?; Ramon Llullś New Method; Ramon Llullś Contribution to the Future of Interreligious Dialogue; 4: Between Doctrine and Discernment: The Question of the Jewish People and the Development of Doctrine Arising from Vatican II; Brief Summary of Lumen Gentiumś and Nostra Aetateś teachings on the Jewish People; The Councilś Teaching on Deicide and on Covenant; Jewish Reception of the Council and Some Catholic Responses to Anti-Semitism
  • Covenant-and CovenantsMission to the Jews and the Letter to the Romans; 5: Catholic Theology vis-à-vis Religions and Dialogue Fifty Years after Vatican II; An ̀̀Implicit ́́Theology of Religions; The Doctrine of Vatican II; Theology of Religions and the Magisterium; Post-Conciliar Theology of Religions; Whose ̀̀Religion?́́; Theology of ̀̀Interreligious Dialogue ́́or Theology of ̀̀Religions;́́ Part II: The Appeal to (Religious) Experience; 6: Discerning Criteria of Religious Experience in Theology of Interreligious Dialogue: Insights from William James and Bernard Lonergan
Control code
ocn976434308
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (280 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780192510716
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)976434308

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