restricted access   Volume 52, Number 1, Winter 2017

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. 1-14
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Part 1: Thinking Together on Religious Pluralism

Truth or Truths—How Does This Fit in a World of Religious Plurality?

pp. 15-27
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Religion and Plurality—Central Theological Issues in the Christian Faith

pp. 28-33
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Judaism and Pluralism

pp. 34-38
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The Significance of the Hindu Doctrine of Ishtadeva for Understanding Religious Pluralism

pp. 39-43
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Jesus the Christ—The Only Way to God and to Human Flourishing

pp. 44-49
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Part 2: Thinking Together on Religion and Violence

Introduction to the Theme, “Religion and Violence”

pp. 50-55
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Religion and Violence: A Protestant Christian Perspective

pp. 56-66
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Islam and Violence Revisited

pp. 67-78
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Elements of Violence and Nonviolence in Judaism: A Contemporary Israeli Perspective

pp. 79-95
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Part 3: Thinking Together on the Other

The Coexistence of Violence and Nonviolence in Hinduism

pp. 96-104
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The Other Is a Significant Other

pp. 105-112
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No Longer Strangers or Aliens: “Otherness” as a Binding to Be Loosed in Christian Tradition

pp. 113-119
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The South African Indian Experience as the Other

pp. 120-129
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In the Name of God, Most Compassionate, Most Caring: Polishing the Mirror—Notes toward a Muslim Theory of Change

pp. 130-138
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Do Others Exist?: Buddhist Perspectives on “The Other”

pp. 139-148
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Who Is the Other?: An Indian Christian Perspective

pp. 149-157
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Creating Space for the Non-Buddhist in Sri Lanka: A Buddhist Perspective on the Other

pp. 158-168
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Tribalism with a Human Face

pp. 169-177
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From Xenophobia to Philoxenia: Creating Space for the Other in Our Religious Traditions and in Life Together

pp. 178-186
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Appendices

pp. 187-192
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Authors in This Issue

pp. 193-196
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Book Reviews

History of the World Christian Movement by Dale T. Irvin, Scott W. Sunquist, and: Faith and Order in the U.S.A.: A Brief History of Studies and Relationships by William A. Norgren (review)

pp. 197-198
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Conciliarism: A History of Decision-Making in the Church by Paul Valliere (review)

pp. 198-200
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The Meeting of Opposites? Hindus and Christians in the West by Andrew Wingate, and: Jesus and Buddha: Friends in Conversation by Paul Knitter, Roger Haight (review)

pp. 200-202
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