1. Dialogue Dimensions, Directions, and Degrees
  2. Leonard Swidler
  3. pp. 1-6
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  1. The Interfaith Movement in a Liminal Age: The Institutionalization of a Movement
  2. Nathan R. Kollar
  3. pp. 7-30
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  1. Pluralistic Inclusivism and Christian-Muslim Dialogue: The Challenge of Moving beyond Polite Discussion toward Reconciliation and Peace
  2. Todd Johanson
  3. pp. 31-53
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  1. Warrants for Reconstruction: Christian Hegemony, White Supremacy
  2. Jeannine Hill Fletcher
  3. pp. 54-79
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  1. “The Bond of Peace”: A Hermeneutical Rapprochement?
  2. William O’Neill
  3. pp. 114-127
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  1. Of Lasting Value: Raimon Panikkar, Bruno Barnhart, and Donald Nicholl in Conversation about Eucharist
  2. Kenneth P. Kramer (emer.)
  3. pp. 128-135
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  1. The Ecumenical Feminist: Arlene Anderson Swidler (1929–2008)
  2. Minjung Noh
  3. pp. 136-144
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  1. Dialogic Engagement Reinforces University Students to Counteract Extremism
  2. Ziad Fahed
  3. pp. 145-149
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  1. Scritture, Alleanza e Popolo di Dio: Aspetti del dialogo ebraico-cristiano by Massimo Grilli (review)
  2. Eugene J. Fisher
  3. p. 155
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  1. Welcome to Alan L. Berger
  2. Nancy E. Krody
  3. p. 156
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