Interreligious Dialogue Series (4 vols.)
Wipf & Stock 2009–2012
“The process of discernment of truth in interreligious dialogue involves . . . combining faithfulness to one’s own tradition and openness to the other, critical self-awareness and serious engagement with the teachings and practices of others, daring judgment and continuous openness to correction” (Introduction, Criteria). This collection emphasizes the importance of engaging in interreligious dialogue. It brings together scholars from different religions to address various topics, including discerning what is true and valuable in other religious traditions; engaging other religions’ texts and teachings; inviting dialogue between religions over the world market and economy; and assessing the religious acculturation phenomenon in the United States.
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- Provides healthy interreligious dialogue on historical and contemporary issues
- Contains numerous essays by scholars from varying religious traditions
- Illustrates the positive impact interreligious dialogue can have on a local and global level
- Criteria of Discernment in Interreligious Dialogue edited by Catherine Cornille
- Interreligious Hermeneutics edited by Catherine Cornille and Christopher Conway
- The World Market and Interreligious Dialogue edited by Catherine Cornille and Glenn Willis
- Interreligious Dialogue and Cultural Change edited by Catherine Cornille and Stephanie Corigliano
- Title: Interreligious Dialogue Series
- Series Editor: Catherine Cornille
- Publisher: Wipf & Stock
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 1,174
About Catherine Cornille
Catherine Cornille is professor of comparative theology at Boston College. She is the author of The Im-Possibility of Interreligious Dialogue and editor of Song Divine: Christian Commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita. She is managing editor of the series Christian Commentaries on Non-Christian Sacred Texts.