restricted access   Volume 52, Number 2, Spring 2017

Table of Contents


pp. v-vi


Where in the World Are We Going?

pp. 203-214

Special Section: North American Academy of Ecumenists 2016 Conference: Commemorating the Reformation

Remembering Our Divided Past: Looking to Our Ecumenical Future

pp. 215-219

"Commemorating" the Reformation: Churches Looking Together toward 2017—and Beyond

pp. 220-230

Our Ecumenical Future: Lessons to Be Learned from the Events of 1517

pp. 231-251

Re-Membering for a Common Future: Lutherans and Catholics Commemorate the Reformation, 2017

pp. 252-272

What Is in It for the Rest of Us?: Interconfessional and Global Perspectives on the 2017 Commemoration

pp. 273-286

Creative Remembering—and Prudent Forgetting—on Our Way to Christian Unity

pp. 287-309


Hospitality in Islam as Based on Cornille's Conditions for Constructive Interreligious Dialogue

pp. 310-328

Book Reviews

Guru Nanak's Vision of God as a Model for Christian Ecumenism

pp. 330-343

Reforming the Monastery: Protestant Theologies of the Religious Life by Greg Peters, and: Mysticism and the Spiritual Quest: A Crosscultural Anthology ed. by Phyllis Zagano (review)

pp. 344-345

The Emptied Christ of Philippians: Mahayana Meditations by John P. Keenan (review)

pp. 346-347

Pilgrimage of Awakening: The Extraordinary Lives of Murray and Mary Rogers by Mary V. T. Cattan (review)

pp. 347-349

Jewish-Christian Relations: The First Centuries by Abel Mordecai Bibliowicz, and: Jesus Reclaimed: Jewish Perspectives on the Nazarene by Walter Homolka (review)

pp. 349-351

In Our Time: Nostra Aetate—How Catholics and Jews Built a New Relationship by James M. Barrens, and: Post-Holocaust Jewish-Christian Dialogue: After the Flood, before the Rainbow ed. by Alan L. Berger, and: Seeking Shalom: The Journey to Right Relationship between Catholics and Jews by Philip A. Cunningham, and: The Holocaust and Nostra Aetate: Toward a Greater Understanding ed. by Carol Rittner (review)

pp. 352-355