restricted access   Volume 50, Number 2, Spring 2015

Table of Contents

Editorial

Three Paths—Whither?

pp. 197-201
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Special Section on the 2014 NAAE Conference:

Exploring a Common Vision for the Church for a North American Context: The 2014 North American Academy of Ecumenists Conference—President’s Introduction

pp. 202-215
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The Church: Towards a Common Vision

pp. 216-248
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It Takes a Village: Can The Church: Towards a Common Vision Help Raise North American Ecumenists?

pp. 249-264
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Toward a Common Vision of the Church: Will It Fly?

pp. 265-285
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A Reflection in Light of The Church: Towards a Common Vision—

pp. 286-287
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Panel Presentation on The Church: Towards a Common Vision

pp. 288-294
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A Wesleyan-Holiness Perspective on The Church: Towards a Common Vision

pp. 295-298
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Reflections on The Church: Towards a Common Vision

pp. 299-302
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Panel Presentation on The Church: Towards a Common Vision

pp. 303-309
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Common Vision, Common Understanding

pp. 310-314
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Article

Perspectives on Building Trust among Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Challenges and the Role of Faith Communities

pp. 315-342
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Book Reviews

Redeeming Our Sacred Story: The Death of Jesus and Relations between Jews and Christians by Mary C. Boys, and: Toward the Future: Essays on Catholic-Jewish Relations in Memory of Rabbi León Klenicki ed. by Celia M. Deutsch, Eugene J. Fisher, James Rudin, and: Restating the Catholic Church’s Relationship with the Jewish People: The Challenge of Super-Sessionary Theology by John T. Pawlikowski (review)

pp. 343-345
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Theología latinoamericana y pluralism religioso by Patricio Merino Beas, and: Interreligiöse Empathie lernen: Impulse für den trialogisch orientierten Religionsunterricht by Herbert Stettberger, Max Bernlochner (review)

pp. 345-347
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René Girard and Secular Modernity: Christ, Culture, and Crisis by Scott Cowdell (review)

pp. 347-348
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Sensible Religion ed. by Christopher Lewis, Dan Cohn-Sherbok (review)

pp. 349-350
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Der Freund Gottes: Abraham im Islam by Martin Bauschke (review)

pp. 350-351
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