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  • Index of Articles Volume 31

By Title

Abraham Geiger’s Conception of a Jewish Theology as Institution. giuseppe veltri. 203–208.
Augustine, Kierkegaard, and the Seduction of the Word: Rediscovering an Unfamiliar Theological Style. paul r. kolbet. 57–65.
Churches in the Ukrainian Public Square. cyril hovorun. 3–14.
Contrasting Augustine and Kierkegaard as Theologians of Desire. carl s. hughes. 75–83.
Early Afrikaner Missionaries and the Central African Natural Ecology: A History of Ambiguous Interactions. retief müller. 39–53.
Eros, Agape, and Neighbour-Love as Ontological Gift. janna gonwa. 84–93.
Evolution, Biotechnology, and the Normative Significance of Created Order. gerald mckenny. 15–25.
Hell and the Problem of Eternal Evil. james s. spiegel. 239–248.
‘‘Increased Religious Diversity’’ in Canada: Some Questions and Suggestions. johannes wolfart. 159–169.
The Intersections of Augustine and Kierkegaard Revisited. lee c. barrett. 94–104.
Introducing Islamic Theological Studies at German Universities: Secular Expectations and Epistemic Rearrangements. bekim agai. 181–195.
Introduction [to Augustine and Kierkegaard section]. david j. gouwens. 55–56.
Is There Room for Christ in Asia? ambrose mong. 223–237.
Mysticism in The Brothers Karamazov. michael stoeber. 249–271.
Nat-Worship and Paul Tillich: Contextualizing a Correlational Theology of Religion and Culture in Myanmar. david thang moe. 123–136.
On the Possibility of a Universal Human Community in an Age of the Post-Human: Edith Stein’s Philosophical Defence. antonio calcagno. 209–221.
The Passion of Faith and the Work of Love: Barrett, Augustine, and Kierkegaard. helene russell. 66–74.
Reflection on Religion and Citizenship in a Post-Secular Society. mary jo leddy. 273–275.
Relating Theology and Religious Studies: Reflections on the German Academic Landscape. johann hafner. 171–179.
Theologies of Enhancement? Another Look at Oliver O’Donovan’s Created Order. john berkman and michael buttrey. 27–37.
Tillich on the Ambiguity of Spiritual Presence: More Protestant Principle Than Catholic Substance? peter slater. 105–122.
When a Utopia Became Reality: Jewish Studies and Jewish Theology Well Established in Germany. walter homolka. 197–202. [End Page 309]

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agai, bekim. Introducing Islamic Theological Studies at German Universities: Secular Expectations and Epistemic Rearrangements. 181–195.
barrett, lee c. The Intersections of Augustine and Kierkegaard Revisited. 94–104.
berkman, john, and michael buttrey. Theologies of Enhancement? Another Look at Oliver O’Donovan’s Created Order. 27–37.
calcagno, antonio. On the Possibility of a Universal Human Community in an Age of the Post-Human: Edith Stein’s Philosophical Defence. 209–221.
gonwa, janna. Eros, Agape, and Neighbour-Love as Ontological Gift. 84–93.
gouwens, david j. Introduction [to Augustine and Kierkegaard section]. 55–56.
hafner, johann. Relating Theology and Religious Studies: Reflections on the German Academic Landscape. 171–179.
homolka, walter. When a Utopia Became Reality: Jewish Studies and Jewish Theology Well Established in Germany. 197–202.
hovorun, cyril. Churches in the Ukrainian Public Square. 3–14.
hughes, carl s. Contrasting Augustine and Kierkegaard as Theologians of Desire. 75–83.
kolbet, paul r. Augustine, Kierkegaard, and the Seduction of the Word: Rediscovering an Unfamiliar Theological Style. 57–65.
leddy, mary jo. Reflection on Religion and Citizenship in a Post-Secular Society. 273–275.
mckenny, gerald. Evolution, Biotechnology, and the Normative Significance of Created Order. 15–25.
moe, david thang. Nat-Worship and Paul Tillich: Contextualizing a Correlational Theology of Religion and Culture in Myanmar. 123–136.
mong, ambrose. Is There Room for Christ in Asia? 223–237.
müller, retief. Early Afrikaner Missionaries and the Central African Natural Ecology: A History of Ambiguous Interactions. 39–53.
russell, helene. The Passion of Faith and the Work of Love: Barrett, Augustine, and Kierkegaard. 66–74.
slater, peter. Tillich on the Ambiguity of Spiritual Presence: More Protestant Principle Than Catholic Substance? 105–122.
spiegel, james s. Hell and the Problem of Eternal Evil. 239–248.
stoeber, michael. Mysticism in The Brothers Karamazov. 249–271.
veltri, giuseppe. Abraham Geiger’s Conception of a Jewish Theology as Institution. 203–208.
wolfart, johannes. ‘‘Increased Religious Diversity’’ in Canada: Some Questions and Suggestions. 159–169. [End Page 310]
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ISSN
1918-6371
Print ISSN
0826-9831
Pages
pp. 309-310
Launched on MUSE
2016-03-06
Open Access
No
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