Understanding religious pluralism: perspectives from religious studies and theology

Following the flows: diversity, Santa Fe, and method in religious studies /Thomas A. Tweed --Between the one and the many in the study of religious pluralism: a response to Thomas Tweed /Francisca Cho --Botánicas: sacred sites of plural religious encounter /Joseph M. Murphy --The Buddha and the Dala...

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Contributors: Phan, Peter C. 1943- (Editor); Ray, Jonathan (Editor)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Eugene, Oregon Pickwick Publications [2014]
Further subjects:B Theology
B Christianity and other religions
B Religion Study and teaching
B BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Gaia & Earth Energies
B RELIGION / Generals / Christianity
B Religious pluralism ; Christianity
B Interfaith Relations
B Religious Pluralism
B Religions
B Religious Pluralism Christianity
B Religions Relations
B Religion ; Study and teaching
B Electronic books
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Summary:Following the flows: diversity, Santa Fe, and method in religious studies /Thomas A. Tweed --Between the one and the many in the study of religious pluralism: a response to Thomas Tweed /Francisca Cho --Botánicas: sacred sites of plural religious encounter /Joseph M. Murphy --The Buddha and the Dalai Lama on religious pluralism /J. Abraham Vélez de Cea --The prospects for interreligious and intercultural understanding: the Jesuit case and its theoretical implications /Charles B. Jones --Paul, practical pluralism, and the invention of religious persecution in Roman antiquity /Paula Fredriksen --Families of religion, then and now: a response to Paula Fredriksen /Jonathan Ray --Judaism, Christianity, and modernity: Charles Péguy and the mysticism of the Dreyfus affair /Matthew W. Maguire --Lashon ha-Ra and Jewish practical pluralism: a case study fo Sefer Chafetz Chaim /Charles Bernsen --The Jewish origins of an American idea: Horace Kallen's cultural pluralism /Daniel Greene --Religious pluralism in Islam /Thomas Michel --Response to Tom Michel /Paul L. Heck --One faith, different rites: Nicholas of Cusa's new awareness of religious pluralism /Pim Valkenberg --Lateral and hierarchical religious difference in the Qurʼan: Muslima theology of religious pluralism /Jerusha Tanner Lamptey --Outside de jure religious pluralism no dialogue: a critical socio-theological assessment of Christian-Muslim dialuge in post-colonial sub-Saharan Africa /Marinus C. Iwuchukwo --The shifting significance of theologies of religious pluralism /S. Mark Heim --From soteriology to comparative theology and back: a response to S. Mark Heim /Peter C. Phan --What has Renaissance polyphony to offer theological method? /John N. Sheveland --Karl Rahner's "anonymous Christianity" in light of pluralism and contemporary theology of religions in Asia /Todd E. Johanson --Relativism, universalism, and pluralism in the age of globalization: a reflection on Raimon Panikkar's approach /Young-chan Ro.
Item Description:These essays were originally presented at the conference "Understanding Religious Pluralism: Religious and Theological Perspectives," held May 23-25, 2012 at Georgetown University and organized by the Graduate Program in Theological and Religious Studies of the Department of Theology, Georgetown University. They have been revised for publication. - Includes bibliographical references and index. - Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 3, 2014)
These essays were originally presented at the conference "Understanding Religious Pluralism: Religious and Theological Perspectives," held May 23-25, 2012 at Georgetown University and organized by the Graduate Program in Theological and Religious Studies of the Department of Theology, Georgetown University. They have been revised for publication
ISBN:1630874892