Pope Francis and Interreligious Dialogue, 1st ed. 2018 Religious Thinkers Engage with Recent Papal Initiatives Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue Series
Coordonnateurs : Kasimow Harold, Race Alan
This book engages thinkers from different religious and humanist traditions in response to Pope Francis?s pronouncements on interreligious dialogue. The contributors write from the perspectives of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, and Humanism. Each author elaborates on how the pope?s openness to dialogue and invitation to practical collaboration on global concerns represents a significant achievement as the world faces an uncertain future. The theological tension within the Catholic double commitment to evangelization on the one hand, and dialogue on the other, remains unresolved for most writers, but this does not prevent them from praising the strong invitation to dialogue?especially with the focus on justice, peace, and ecological sustainability.
PART ONE: In His Own Words
2. In His Own Words
PART TWO: Seven Traditions Respond
3. “The Church Also Is Enriched When She Receives the Values of Judaism”: Shared Faith Responses to Pope Francis and Interreligious Dialogue
4. On Donkey Drivers, Interreligious Dialogue, and Shared Tasks: A Jewish Response to Pope Francis on Interreligious Relations and Collaboration
5. Is Pope Francis an Anonymous Feminist?
6. Is the Pope Catholic? A Question of Identity in Pope Francis’s Practical Theology of Interreligious Dialogue7. Pope Francis’s Compassion
8. Pope Francis, Islam, and Dialogue
9. Cautious Hope: Hindu Reflections on Pope Francis
10. Do We Have a Religious Need for Each Other? Pope Francis and Interreligious Dialogue
11. A Sikh in Dialogue with Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Gaudium
12. Let’s Get Off Our Cell Phones and Hear a Sikh Maxim from Pope Francis
13. Toward Dialogue with Pope Francis: A Japanese Buddhist Perspective
14. What Do We Share? A Secular-Humanist ResponsePART THREE: Reflection and Final Assessment
14. Be Friends and Help the World: The Contributions of Pope Francis to Interreligious and Secular Relations
Harold Kasimow is the George Drake Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at Grinnell College, USA.
Alan Race is an Anglican priest-theologian. He is currently Chair of the World Congress of Faiths, and Editor of its journal Interreligious Insight.
Date de parution : 11-2018
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