Samstag, 6. November 2021

Harold Kasimov & Alan Race (Hg.): Päpstliche Wege zum ökumenischen und interreligiösen Dialog (aktualisiert)


Harold Kasimov & Alan Race:
Pope Francis and
Interreligious Dialogue
Religious Thinkers Engage
with Recent Papal Initiatives

 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. 

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  • Introduction

    Pages 1-3

    Kasimow, Harold (et al.)

  • In His Own Words

    Pages 7-81

    Francis, Pope

  • “The Church Also Is Enriched When She Receives the Values of Judaism”: Shared Faith Responses to Pope Francis and Interreligious Dialogue

    Pages 85-100

    Kessler, Edward

  • On Donkey Drivers, Interreligious Dialogue, and Shared Tasks: A Jewish Response to Pope Francis on Interreligious Relations and Collaboration

    Pages 101-111

    Young-Somers, Debbie

  • Is Pope Francis an Anonymous Feminist?

    Pages 113-128

    Egnell, Helene

    • Is the Pope Catholic? A Question of Identity in Pope Francis’s Practical Theology of Interreligious Dialogue

      Pages 129-144

      Roberts, Stephen B.

    • Pope Francis’s Compassion

      Pages 145-168

      Hoti, Amineh A.

    • Pope Francis, Islam, and Dialogue

      Pages 169-182

      Siddiqui, Ataullah

    • Cautious Hope: Hindu Reflections on Pope Francis

      Pages 183-197

      Long, Jeffery D.

    • Do We Have a Religious Need for Each Other? Pope Francis and Interreligious Dialogue

      Pages 199-218

      Rambachan, Anantanand

    • A Sikh in Dialogue with Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Gaudium

      Pages 219-233

      Singh, Dharam

    • Let’s Get Off Our Cell Phones and Hear a Sikh Maxim from Pope Francis

      Pages 235-257

      Singh, Nikky-Guninder Kaur

    • Toward Dialogue with Pope Francis: A Japanese Buddhist Perspective

      Pages 259-277

      Hirota, Dennis

    • What Do We Share? A Secular-Humanist Response

      Pages 279-300

      Ronen, Shoshana

    • Be Friends and Help the World: The Contributions of Pope Francis to Interreligious and Secular Relations

      Pages 303-328

      Lefebure, Leo D.

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