1. Religion: Fading or Flourishing?
  2. Leonard Swidler
  3. pp. 313-319
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  1. Responses to The Church: Towards a Common Vision from a September, 2015, Gathering of the North American Academy of Ecumenists
  2. pp. 320-336
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  1. Renewing the Church as a Community of Hope: The German Catholic Church Confronts the Shoah
  2. Janice A. Thompson
  3. pp. 337-364
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  1. Interrogating the Approaches of Christian-Muslim Encounters in West Africa
  2. Cosmas Ebo Sarbah
  3. pp. 366-385
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  1. Going beyond Nostra Aetate: The Way Forward for Interreligious Dialogue
  2. Simon Mary Asese Aihiokhai
  3. pp. 386-401
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  1. “Our Loyalties Must Become Ecumenical”: Martin Luther King, Jr., as a Pluralist Theologian
  2. Roy Whitaker
  3. pp. 402-422
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  1. Confucius for Christians: What an Ancient Chinese Worldview Can Teach Us about Life in Christ by Gregg A. Ten Elshof (review)
  2. Umberto Bresciani
  3. pp. 423-424
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  1. Theory of Religious Cycles: Tradition, Modernity, and the Bahá’í Faith by Mikhail Sergeev (review)
  2. Gity Banan Etemad
  3. pp. 426-427
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  1. Ecumenical Resources
  2. pp. 428-436
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