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The theological basis of interfaith dialogue

John V. Taylor

The theological basis of interfaith dialogue

the first Interfaith Lecture, Lambeth Palace, 2nd November 1977.

by John V. Taylor

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Published by Consultants to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York on Interfaith Relations in Arundel .
Written in English


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Theology is the critical study of concepts of God and of the nature of religious ideas. It is taught as an academic discipline, typically in universities, seminaries and schools of divinity. Most Read This Week Tagged "Theology". The book offers rationale for interfaith education, describes processes Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue. CHRISTINE J. HONG, Associate for Theology, Interfaith Office of Theology and Worship; Presbyterian Mission Agency, Presbyterian Church, .

A must-read for anyone seeking to understand the Catholic approach to interreligious dialogue in our time. When the Second Vatican Council published its teaching on Christianity in relation to other religious traditions (Nostra Aetate) everyone knew a threshold had been shop Michael Fitzgerald and Dr. John Borelli have been participating in the crossing of that threshold for many. Interfaith Engagement in Milwaukee A Brief History of Christian-Muslim Dialogue Edited by Irfan A. Omar & Kaitlyn C. Daly. ISBN In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the fall of , two Franciscan Sisters teamed up with a Muslim professor of a local university to begin a journey of dialogue, friendship, and activism that had a lasting effect on their group and the community.

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The theological basis of interfaith dialogue by John V. Taylor Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Theological Basis of Interfaith Dialogue. THE THEOLOGICAL BASIS OF INTERFAITH DIALOGUE. John V. Taylor. The Right Reverend Dr John V. Taylor is the Bishop of Winchester, England.

Bishop Taylor served for several years as the General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society, by: 8. The theological origins of Gülen's interfaith dialogue are derived from the sacred texts and also from Islamic historical cases. Love, tolerance, recognition are stressed as the theological basis of tolerance.

The purpose of the dialogue, for the movement, is to develop a shared language of common concerns and mutual : M. Hakan Yavuz. The importance of interfaith dialogue (instead of an aggressive and triumphant mission towards the faithful of other living faiths), on the basis of the economy of the Spirit (alongside, of course, the economy of the Word/Christ), 13 and the integrity of creation with the ensuing environmental missional ethos, 14 can hardly be marginalized in Cited by: 1.

This book offers a welcome solution to the growing need for a common language in interfaith dialogue; particularly between the three Abrahamic faiths in our modern pluralistic society. The book suggests that the names given to God in the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament and the Qur'an, could be the very foundations and building blocks for a common language between the Jewish, Christian and.

Chapters incorporate discussions of dialogue documents such as Nostra Aetate and Dabru Emet, and methodologies such as Receptive Ecumenism, Comparative Theology, and Scriptural Reasoning. Among other goals, the book seeks to offer glimpses into interfaith dialogues across the world and examine what Christians can learn from other religions and.

Interfaith dialogue refers to cooperative, constructive, and positive interaction between people of different religious traditions (i.e., “faiths”) and/or spiritual or humanistic beliefs, at both the individual and institutional levels.

It is distinct from syncretism or alternative religion, in that dialogue often involves promoting understanding between different religions or beliefs to. 21 The study book for the International Missionary Council in Tambaram, South India, concisely defines syncretism as "illegitimate mingling of different religious elements." 15 John V.

Taylor, "The Theological Basis of Interfaith Dialogue," in. This book contributes to the debate about the place of inter-religious relations in the life of the Church by developing a 'theology of dialogue'.

In offering a critique of much current thinking in this area, Michael Barnes SJ proposes instead a theology rooted in the themes of welcome and hospitality. This Foucaultian approach provides a new direction for interfaith dialogue in the modern world and leads to an ethical rather than a nihilistic position while fostering a non-unitary theology of religious pluralism and an open-textured process of self-transformation.

Interfaith dialogue refers to cooperative, constructive, and positive interaction between people of different religious traditions (i.e., "faiths") and/or spiritual or humanistic beliefs, at both the individual and institutional levels.

It is distinct from syncretism or alternative religion, in that dialogue often involves promoting understanding between different religions or beliefs to. July/AugustVol. 64, No. 5, Pg 52, "The Redemption of Interfaith Dialogue" More From: Jayson Casper @jnjcasper This article is from the Jul/Aug issue.

Mouw has also participated on many councils and boards, serving a term as president of the Association of Theological Schools. He served for six years as cochair of the official Reformed-Catholic Dialogue, and is a leader in interfaith theological conversations, particularly with Mormons and Jewish groups.

The Basis, Purpose and Manner of Inter-Faith Dialogue. Lesslie at the request of the Lutheran Church in America, Division for World Mission and Evangelism.

In addition to the books mentioned, The Significance of A. Hogg's Missionary Thought for a Theology of Dialogue. Scottish Journal of Theology, Vol.

32, Issue. 3, p. The Third Choice provides a compelling introduction to Islam on the basis of its primary sources, the Qur’an and the life of Muhammad, including an explanation and critique of Islam’s policy for non-Muslims living under Islamic conditions.

There is a theological and historical description of the institution of the dhimma pact, including the doctrine of the three choices.

He noted that religious ethics must govern the practice of dialogue. Shahid Athar spoke on the ethics of dialogue from his experience as an immigrant Muslim physician, father and in interfaith gatherings over the past 35 years.

His presentation prompted further discussion on improving the ways that Americans learn about world religions. The interfaith dialogue is thus a part of the evangelical mission of the Church (RM.

55). Not only this is not opposed to the announcement of Christ, but on the contrary, these elements are related, and complete one another, while being distinct:not identical, not interchangeable. The book's contents include the Roman Catholic Church's major documents that define its theological positions on interfaith dialogue and activity, its practical application in numerous dialogues and events, and, the importance of dialogue for political and social well-being.

The authors, Fitzgerald and Borelli, both bring local and Reviews: 5. Theological Education. The book, as its name and the series name suggests, is about teaching, interfaith dialogue and theological education.

The core of the book: six critical case studies of seminary taught, degree courses in interfaith dialogue. The cases give expression to a broad range of.

Theology in an Interfaith World—A (Humble) Manifesto 07 Samuel Escobar “Good Missiology” and Interfaith Dialogue—A Latin American Perspective 10 Frances S.

Adeney “Giftive Mission” and Interfaith Dialogue 13 Stephen Bevans Interfaith Engagement as Prophetic Dialogue 16 Cornelis Van der Kooi Competing Narratives in the Netherlands.

Monica Hellwig, a Catholic professor of interreligious dialogue, has made an important critique of theological dialogue and argued for the centrality of spiritual dialogue: "the exchange of theologies is not the fundamental or primary path to mutual understanding, but depends very heavily on some prior experience of the ritual, the life and story.".Meaning and Method in Comparative Theology begins with an elaboration on the basic distinction between confessional and meta-confessional approaches to comparative theology.

The book also identifies and examines six possible types of comparative theological learning and addresses various questions regarding the relationship between comparative.THE THEOLOGICAL BASIS OF INTERFAITH DIALOGUE THE THEOLOGICAL BASIS OF INTERFAITH DIALOGUE Taylor, John V. Appreciation must precede reconciliation of ideas.

This is a more exacting exercise than any of us would wish for, because every human being finds it difficult to sustain contradictions and live with them.