Actualidad Pastoral (Moron)
The following articles appear in Vol. 37, No. 287 (January-June, 2004): Bruno Chenu, "?Tiene futuro ecumenico el Ministcrio de Pedro?" pp. 71-75. Lorenzo Cappelletti, "?Primado o hegemonia? La historia de una separacion," pp. 76-79.
The following articles appear in Vol. 37, No. 288 (July-October, 2004):
Yosef Lamdan, "El hebraismo y la sanidad," pp. 28-30.
Maurice Borrmans, "El Islamismo y la Sanidad," pp. 31-35.
Revista Teologia (Buenos Aires Buenos Aires (bwā`nəs ī`rēz, âr`ēz, Span. bwā`nōs ī`rās), city and federal district (1991 pop. )
Marcelo Gonzalez, "Cuestioncs emergentes en tomo al monoteismo." Vol. 40, No. 1(81) (2003), 83-114.
Zeitschrift fur Katholische Theologie (Innsbruck)
The following articles appear in Vol. 126, No. 3 (2004):
Karlheinz Ruhstorfer, "Sola gratia: Der Streit um die Gnade im 16. Jahrhundert, seine Auswirkungen fur die Neuzeit und seine Virulenz in der Gegenwart," pp. 257-268.
Gerhard Gade, "Bevor Abraham wurde, bin ich (Joh 8, 58): Oberlegungen zur Biblischen Theologie im Zeitkontext des Verstummens Gottes," pp. 297-324.
The following articles appear in Vol. 126, No. 4 (2004):
Karl H. Neufeld, "Okumene--Ruck-und Vorblick, zum Beitrag Yves-Marie Congars O.P., 13.4.1904-22.6.1995," pp. 385-396.
Alexander Loffler, "Theologie im Grenzbereich von Inklusivismus und Pluralismus: Zu Jacques Dupuis' christlicher Theologie des religiosen Pluralismus," pp. 415-442.
Acta Comparanda (Antwerp)
Herman-Emiel Mertens, "De doorgewinterde Calvinist en de jonge katholiek: Karl Barth-Hans Kung." Vol. 15 (2004), 23-30.
Thaddee Barnas, "Een dialoog in crisis: Het orthodox-katholiek gesprek in her verleden en de toekomst." Vol. 34, No. 2 (2004), 137-158.
Chris Gastmans, Fernand Van Neste, and Paul Schotsmans, "Pluralisme en ethische dialoog in christelijke verzorgingsinstellingen." Vol. 34, No. 3 (2004), 297-307.
Gisbert Greshake, "Het priesterambt in een veranderende Kerk." Vol. 34, No. 4 (2004), 341-361.
The following articles appear in Vol. 76, Nos. 2-3 (2003):
Nicolas Bieliavsky, "Le cardinal Mercier et l'emigration russe en Belgique," pp. 179-198.
Antoine Lambrechts, "Les contacts entre l'Eglise orthodoxe russe et le Monastere d'Amay-Chevetogne, 1925-2003," pp. 199-217.
Alexandre E. Musin, "L'Eglise russe en Belgique et son eveque. La signification SIGNIFICATION, French law. The notice given of a decree, sentence or other judicial act. de l"oeuvre de l'archeveque Basile Krivocheine (1900-1985) de Belgique pour le dialogue europeen aujourd'hui," pp. 218-239.
Michel Van Parys, "Dom Clement Lialine, theologien de l'unite chretienne," pp. 240-269.
Serge S. Averintsev, "Saint Benoit de Nursie Nursie was a regular character in the second series of the popular BBC sit-com Blackadder. She was played by Patsy Byrne and appeared in all six episodes. She also appeared in two of the Blackadder specials; Blackadder's Christmas Carol and . et saint Serge de Radonege: Essai de comparaison de types spirituels," pp. 270-282.
The following articles appear in Vol. 76, No. 4 (2003):
Michel Stavrou, "Lineaments d'une theologie orthodoxe de la conciliarite," pp. 470-505.
Herve Legrand, "La synodalite mise en oeuvre par le concile local de l'Eglise orthodoxe russe de 1917-1918: Reflexions dun Catholique," pp. 506-531.
Nicolas Egender, "Le Kirchentag oecumenique de Berlin," pp. 532-551.
The following articles appear in Vol. 77, No. 1 (2004):
Herve Legrand, "Un seul eveque par ville: Pourquoi et comment redevenir fidele au 8e canon de Nicee? Un enjeu pour la catholicite de l'Eglise," pp. 5-43.
"Le Filioque: une question qui divise l'Eglise? Declaration commune de la Commission theologique orthodoxe-catholique d'Amerique du Nord, Saint Paul's College, Washington, DC, le 25 octobre 2003," pp. 69-100.
The following articles appear in Vol. 77, Nos. 2-3 (2004):
Kailistos Ware, "La theologie orthodoxe au vingt-et-unieme siecle," pp. 219-238.
Ysabel de Andia, "La koinonia Noun 1. koinonia - Christian fellowship or communion with God or with fellow Christians; said in particular of the early Christian community
fellowship, family - an association of people who share common beliefs or activities; "the message was addressed not just to du Saint-Esprit dans le traite Sur le Saint-Esprit de saint Basile," pp. 239-270.
Nicolas Egender, "La Saint Lumiere de Peques," pp. 271-315.
Fadi Daou, "Inculturation Inculturation is a term used in Christian missiology referring to the adaptation of the way the Gospel is presented for the specific cultures being evangelized. It is attuned - but not identical - to the term enculturation used in Sociology. et unite des Eglises au Moyen-Orient," pp. 316-334.
The following articles appear in Vol. 77, No. 4 (2004):
Anne-Marie Reijnen, "Triomphe de la violence dans la croix La Croix is a French, Roman Catholic, daily newspaper. It is published in Paris and distributed throughout the country, with a circulation of just under 100,000. It is neither explicitly liberal or conservative on major political issues, but follows the Church's position ? Reflexions sur l'ambiguite d'un theologoumene," pp. 515-536.
Ugo Zanetti, "Antoine n'avait pas appris les lettres ...: Une allusion biblique (Jn 7, 15)?" pp. 537-547.
Emmanuel Lanne, "Le quarantieme anniversaire de la promulgation PROMULGATION. The order given to cause a law to be executed, and to make it public it differs from publication. (q.v.) 1 Bl. Com. 45; Stat. 6 H. VI., c. 4.
2. du Decret sur l'oecumenisme Unitatis Redintegratio Unitatis Redintegratio is the Second Vatican Council's Decree on Ecumenism. It was passed by a vote of 2,137 to 11 of the bishops assembled and was promulgated by Pope Paul VI on November 21, 1964. ," pp. 548-566.
Louvain Studies (Louvain)
Eamonn Conway, "'So as Not to Despise God's Grace': Re-assessing Rahner's Idea of the 'Anonymous Christian.'" Vol. 29, Nos. 1-2 (Spring-Summer, 2004), 107-130.
Finbarr Clancy, "Breathing with Both Her Lungs: Yves Congar Yves Marie Joseph Cardinal Congar (April 8, 1904-June 22, 1995) was a French Dominican priest and theologian.
Born in Sedan, in northeast France, in 1904, Congar's home was occupied by the Germans for much of World War I. and Dialogue with the East." Vol. 29, Nos. 3-4 (Fall-Winter, 2004), 320-349.
Lumen Vitae (Brussels)
The following articles appear in Vol. 59, No. 3 (July-August-September, 2004):
Joel Molinario, "Catechese et liturgie ou liturgie et catechese: Quelques points d'ancrage dans l'histoire," pp. 247-256.
Francois Cassingena-Trevedy, "La catechese mystagogique chez chez
At the home of; at or by.
[French, from Old French, from Latin casa, cottage, hut.]
at the home of [French] les Peres de l'Eglise: Genese et elements d'un genre," pp. 257-266.
Paul de Clerck, "La mystagogie, entree progressive dans le mystere," pp. 267-274.
Andre Dupleix, "Le rapport 'Liturgie et Catechese' dans le chantier actuel lance par les Eveques de France," pp. 275-285.
Patrick Pretot, "Liturgie et catechese: La 'refondation' dans l'experience," pp. 287-301.
Seminaire de Recherche re·cher·ché
1. Uncommon; rare.
2. Exquisite; choice.
3. Overrefined; forced.
4. Pretentious; overblown. Catechetique de l'ISPC, "Catechese et liturgie: Actions de la Parole qui prend corps," pp. 303-314.
Richard Gossin, "Catechese et liturgie protestantes," pp. 315-321.
Dan Savan, "Catechese, liturgie dans l'Eglise orthodoxe roumaine," pp. 323-329.
Rinaldo Paganelli, "Dialogue pluraliste et plurireligieux dans la reflexion de l'Equipe Europeenne de Catechese: Une nouvelle maniere d'etre Chretien--Congres de l'Equipe Europeenne de Catechese Budapest, 26-31 mai 2004," pp. 331-339.
Perspectiva Teologica (Belo Horizonte Belo Horizonte (bəl'rēzôN`tĭ) [Port.,=beautiful horizon], city (1996 pop. 2,091,770), capital of Minas Gerais state, E Brazil. )
Faustino Teixeira, "Karl Rahner Karl Rahner, SJ (March 5, 1904 — March 30, 1984) was a German theologian, one of the most influential Roman Catholic theologians of the 20th century.
He was born in Freiburg, Germany, and died in Innsbruck, Austria. e as religioes." Vol. 36, No. 98 (January/April, 2004), 55-74.
Maria Clara Lucchetti Bingemer, "Saborcar a fe em meio a pluralidade: Os caminhos da teologia em meio ao dialogo inter-religioso." Vol. 36, No. 99 (May/August, 2004), 221-239.
Revista Eclesiastica Brasileira (Petropolis, RJ)
Mario de Franca Miranda, "Missao Ecumenica na America Latina." Vol. 64, No. 253 (January, 2004), 5-26.
Sinivaldo Silva Tavares, "Unidade na pluralidade: a eclesiologia de J.-A. Mohler (1796-1838)." Vol. 64, No. 256 (October, 2004), 836-864.
Movement toward unity or cooperation among the Christian churches. The first major step in the direction of ecumenism was the International Missionary Conference of 1910, a gathering of Protestants. (Montreal)
The following articles appear in No. 152 (December, 2003):
Gilles Routhier, "A Panorama of the Current State of Ecumenical Dialogue in Canada," pp. 3-4.
Bruce Stavert Bruce Stavert is the current Anglican Archbishop of Quebec and Metropolitan of Canada. He is an alumnus of Trinity College in the University of Toronto. , "The Anglican-Roman Catholic Bishops' Dialogue," pp. 5-6.
Roger Ebacher, "Some Fruits of the Dialogues between Catholic and Anglican Bishops in Canada," pp. 7-8.
Alyson Barnett-Cowan, "Progress in the Dialogue between Anglican and Roman Catholics in Canada," pp. 9-10.
Catherine E. Clifford, "The Anglican-Roman Catholic Theological Dialogue in Canada," pp. 11-13.
Bertrand Blanchet, "The Roman Catholic-United Church Dialogue in Canada," pp. 14-17.
Karen Hamilton and Mary Marocco, "The Canadian Council of Churches The Canadian Council of Churches/Le conseil canadien des églises is an ecumenical Christian forum of churches in Canada.
It was founded on 27 September 1944 at Yorkminster Baptist Church in Toronto, Ontario. ," pp. 18-21.
Horia Roscanu, "The Emmaus Centre in Montreal, a Bridge between Two Solitudes," pp. 22-24.
Paul Mackey and Paul Labranche, "The Inter-Church Council in the Quebec Region," pp. 25-26.
Gilles Bourdeau, "Challenges and Hope on the Path to Christian Unity: Observations from the Canadian Centre for Ecumenism," pp. 27-29.
Margaret O'Gara, "Ecumenical Dialogue in Canada Today," pp. 30-32.
Nos. 153-154 (March-June, 2004), a special issue on "Ecumenical Situations and Challenges in Canada," includes articles by Gilles Bourdeau, Irenee Beaubien, Robert Vachon, Nell Bergman, Ralph Billard, Henry Tye Henry Tye (born 1947) is a Chinese-American cosmologist and theoretical physicist most notable for proposing that a brane and an antibrane annihilated one another, causing cosmic inflation and his work on superstring theory, brane cosmology and elementary particle physics. , David Poirier, Terrance Trites, David Fines, Damian MacPherson, Helmut Harder, Sandra Beardsall, Anna Trembay, Wendy Fletcher, and Laverne Jacobs. There are also lists of numbers of members of major religious groups in each province in 1991 and 2001.
No. 155 (September, 2004), a special issue on "The Churches' Relationship with Aboriginal Peoples in Canada--A Conversion Experience?" includes articles by Angelika Piche, Ed Bianchi Edward Bianchi (born April 24, 1942) is an American television producer and director. Bianchi was a producer on the HBO original series, Deadwood. He was also a regular director on the weekly western/drama. , Ellie Johnson, Brian Thorpe, and Doug Norris.
No. 156 (December, 2004), a special issue on "Ecumenism and Interfaith Dialogue," includes articles by Addle ad·dle
v. ad·dled, ad·dling, ad·dles
To muddle; confuse: "My brain is a bit addled by whiskey" Eugene O'Neill. See Synonyms at confuse. Brodeur, Douglas John Hall, Samuel Kobia Samuel Kobia (born March 20 1947 in Miathene, Meru, Kenya), a Methodist clergy, was elected General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC) in August 2003, and took up his new post in January 2004. , Alyson Barnett-Cowan, and Helmut Harder.
Achiel Peelman, "Interreligious Dialogue and Inculturation: The Future of the Catholic Church among Canada's First Nations Peoples--A Personal Appraisal." Vol. 35, No. I (2004), 47-71.
Bogoslovska Smotra (Zagreb)
The following articles appear in Vol. 74, No. 3 (2004):
Zeljko Tanjic, "Jedna crkva u i iz mnostva crkava: Odnos izmedu opce Crkve i partikulamih Crkava u svjetlu rasprave izmedu Josepha Ratzingera i Waltera Kaspera" (One Church in and from Many Churches: The Relation between the Universal Church and the Churches in Light of the Discussion between Joseph Ratzinger and Walter Kasper Cardinal Walter Kasper (born 5 March 1933 in Heidenheim an der Brenz) is a German prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He currently serves as President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity in the Roman Curia, and Cardinal Deacon of ), pp. 759-780.
Milan Spehar, "Mjesto i uloga mistike u dijalogu medu religijama" (The Place and Role of Mystics in Dialogue with the Religions), pp. 913-942.
Crkva u svijetu (Split)
The following articles appear in Vol. 39, No. 1 (2004):
Tomo Vuksic, "Meducrkveno i medunacionalno pitanje u djelu i misli biskupa Alfreda Pichlera (I.)," pp. 133-159.
Ivan Pederin, "Odnos beckoga dvora prema crkvenoj uniji u Dalmaciji dvadesetih godina 19. stoljeca" (The Attitude of the Imperial Court in Vienna toward the Union of Churches in Dalmatia), pp. 160-169.
A special issue on "Paque juive et Paque chretienne: la difference hermeneutique" (Vol. 48, No. 4 [October-December, 2003]) includes the following articles:
Bernard Dupuy, "Paque juive et Paque chretienne: aux sources de la difference hermeneutique," pp. 339-358.
Igor Dorfmann-Lazarev, "La 'Paque d'Egypte' et la 'Paque de Jerusalem': L'hermeneutique de l'Exode dans les traditions chretienne et rabbinique selon I. Y. Yuval," pp. 359-373.
Bernard Dupuy, "L'Eglise catholique, les Juifs et la Shoah en scrutant les archives allemandes," pp. 374-385.
Vol. 49, No. 1 (January-March, 2004), a special issue on "Le plaidoyer de l'Eglise orthodoxe d'Estonie pour la defense de son autonomic face au Patriarcat de Moscou," includes articles by Olivier Clement, Bernard Dupuy, Mari-Ann Heljas, Grigorious Papathomas, and Konstantin Vavouskos.
The following articles appear in Vol. 49, No. 2 (April-June, 2004):
Walter Kasper, "L'Eglise et les processus modernes de la liberte," pp. 115-123.
Konrad Raiser Konrad Raiser (b. 25 january 1938) is a former General Secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC). Born in Magdeburg, Germany in 1938, Konrad Raiser studied theology and started working with the World Council of Churches, first in the department for Faith and Order. , "Un bilan sur l'oecumenisme," pp. 124-129.
Roger Errera, "A propos du foulard fou·lard
1. A lightweight twill or plain-woven fabric of silk or silk and cotton, usually having a small printed design.
2. An article of clothing, especially a necktie or scarf, made of this fabric. : liberte religieuse et paix sociale," pp. 133-139.
Paul Thibaud and Karl Lehmann Karl Lehmann (born May 16, 1936 in Sigmaringen) is a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Bishop of Mainz and Chairman of the Conference of the German Bishops (German: Deutsche Bischofskonferenz) and thus the highest representative of the Catholic Church in Germany. , "La Constitution europeenne doit-elle inclure une reference a Dieu?" pp. 140-149.
The following articles appear in Vol. 49, No. 3 (July-September, 2004):
Bernard Dupuy, "Les Eglises dans l'Empire ottoman au temps du pontificat de Leon XIII," pp. 232-242.
Jean-Marc Ticchi, "La representation du Saint-Siege au couronnement des tsars Alexandre III (1883) et Nicolas II (1896)," pp. 243-251.
Bernard Dupuy, "Le rapport de Gorki apres sa visite aux iles Soiovki (ete 1929): La rencontre Ren`con´tre
n. 1. Same as Rencounter,
n. os> de Maxime Gorki et de Julie Danzas," pp. 252-254.
Joseph Yacoub, "La reconciliation entre Orient et Occident selon Vladimir Soloviev," pp. 255-272.
The following articles appear in Vol. 56, No. 5(287) (May, 2004):
Rivon Krygier, "Hors de la Synagogue, point de salut?" pp. 228-248.
Pierre Gibert, "Chretien, que dis-tu de tes freres en descendance d'Abraham?" pp. 249-253.
Abdelwahab Meddeb, "Le Coran aux deux faces," pp. 254-264.
The following articles appear in Vol. 56, No. 6(288) (June, 2004):
Pierre Gisel, "Le Judaisme: une source, une critique, un accompagnement?" pp. 293-306.
Gilles Bernheim, "Re-examiner les modalites de la filiation fil·i·a·tion
a. The condition or fact of being the child of a certain parent.
b. Law Judicial determination of paternity.
2. A line of descent; derivation.
a. chretienne par rapport au peuple juif," pp. 307-315.
Pierre d'Ornellas, "A la lumiere du livre li·vre
1. See Table at currency.
2. A money of account formerly used in France and originally worth a pound of silver. du Cardinal Lustiger: La Promesse," pp. 316-322.
Vol. 56, No. 7(289) (July, 2004) is a special issue on "Documents pour l'histoire de l'Amitie Judeo-Chretienne de France."
Yves Chevalier, "Le combat de Jacques Maritain contre l'antisemitisme." Vol. 56, No. 8(290) (August, 2004), 419-440.
Vol, 56, Nos. 9-10(291) (September-October, 2004), a special issue on "Morale juive, Morale chretienne," includes articles by Paul Thibaud, David Messas Rabbi David Messas(b. 15 July 1934, Meknes) is the son of Chalom Messas. He married Dolly Berdugo. He ran the Ecole Yavne in Paris. He has been the Chief Rabbi of Paris since 1995. , Danielle Delmaire, Gerard Israel Jean-Louis Schlegel, Rachel Cohen cohen
(Hebrew: “priest”) Jewish priest descended from Zadok (a descendant of Aaron), priest at the First Temple of Jerusalem. The biblical priesthood was hereditary and male. , Gilles Bernheim, and Olivier Abel.
Vol. 56, No. 12(293) (December, 2004), includes a special section on "Archives Jacques Martin Jacques Martin may refer to:
Unite Chretienne (Lyon)
No. 153 (February, 2004), a special issue on "La Revelation: une lecture oecumenique de Die Verbum," includes articles by Didier Gonneaud, Michel Barlow, Bernard Rordorf Anne Meynier, Alexis Kniatzeff, Marie Gostanian, Maurice Jourjon, and Patrick Royannais.
No. 154 (May, 2004), a special issue on "Eglises et laicite," includes articles by Michel Barlow, Jean Comby, Pierre Chapeau, Jean-Dominique Durand, Alain Boyer, Clement Nastorg, Jean-Claude Roberti, Jean-Frederic Patrzynski, Pierre Lathuiliere, Jean Gueit, Jean-Arnold de Clermont Jean-Arnold de Clermont (born October 22, 1941 in Paris) is a minister in the French Reformed Church. He has been president of the French Protestant Federation since July 1, 1999. External links
No. 155 (September, 2004) includes a special section on "'Christ unique fondement de l'Eglise' (I Co 3): Semaine de priere pour l'Unite chretienne 2005," pp. 5-35, with articles by Jean-Michel Poirier, Nicole Fabre, Job Getcha, Andre Birmele, Benoit Chevalier, Michael Breck, Nicole Vidal, and Sylvie Gambarotto.
No. 156 (November, 2004), a special issue on "En union de prieres: Hommage a Pierre Michalon," includes articles by Jean Tartier, Pierre Michalon, Hugues Cousin, Jean Cousin, Jean (zhäN kzăN`), c.1490–c.1560, celebrated French painter, designer, and sculptor. Alexandre, Etienne Goutagny, and Louis-Marie Chauvet.
Evangelische Theologie (Bonn)
Barbel barbel: see carp. Wartenberg-Potter, "'Den Sumpf der Gewalt austrocknen--Die okumenische Dekade zur Uberwindung der Gewalt': Ermutigungen fur das friedensethische Engagement der Kitchen." Vol. 64, No. 4 (2004), 295-303.
Freiburger Rundbrief (Freiburg)
The following articles appear in Vol. II, No. I (2004):
Clemens Thoma, "'Juden und Christen chris·ten
tr.v. chris·tened, chris·ten·ing, chris·tens
a. To baptize into a Christian church.
b. To give a name to at baptism.
a. beten den Einen Gott an,'" pp. 2-9.
Helmut Zwanger, "Psalmen beten--ohne Verchristlichung," pp. 9-14.
Yehiel Ilsar, "Kain und Abel und die Schoa: Kommentar zu Genesis 4,1-17," pp. 14-16.
Kalman Yaron, "Martin Buber Noun 1. Martin Buber - Israeli religious philosopher (born in Austria); as a Zionist he promoted understanding between Jews and Arabs; his writings affected Christian thinkers as well as Jews (1878-1965)
Buber : Ein Land und zwei Volker," pp. 17-22.
Clemens Thoma, "Religionswissenschaftler und Dialogiker: R. J. Zwi Werblowsky zum 80. Geburtstag (3. Januar 2004)," pp. 34-37.
Giuseppe Veltri, "Philosophie als religiose re·li·gi·ose
Excessively religious, especially in a conspicuous or sentimental manner. Aufgabe: Der judische Philosoph Emil L. Fackenheim (1916-2003)," pp. 38-41.
Clauss Peter Sajak, "Der Lemprozess Christen-Juden in der Religionspadagogik," pp. 42-44.
The following articles appear in Vol. 11, No. 2 (2004):
Joel Berger, "Wie die Makkabaer zu katholischen Heiligen wurden," pp. 94-97.
Karl-Heinz Menke, "Henryk Muszynski: Ein Bruckenbauer zwischen Juden und Christen," pp. 115-119.
The following articles appear in Vol. 11, No. 3 (2004):
Clemens Thoma, "Geborgen unter den Fittichen der Schekhina," pp. 162-170.
Nico Sonnevelt, "Kornelis Heiko Miskotte: Theologie zwischen Heidentum, Judentum und Christentum," pp. 171-178.
Walter Homolka, "Segen und Segnen nach judischem Glaubensverstandnis," pp. 179-185.
Norbert Johannes Hofmann, "Vatikan und Oberrabbinat im Dialog," pp. 186-193.
Paul Petzel, "Das christliche Psalmengebet: Die Doxologie als Erkennungszeichen," pp. 201-206.
Siegfried Hermle, "'Juden--Christen--Deutsche': Eberhard Rohms padagogische Neuorientierung," pp. 207-210.
The proclamation of religious truths, especially as taught in the Gospels.
[Greek k und Dogma (Gottingen)
Wolfhart Pannenberg Wolfhart Pannenberg (born on 2 October 1928 in Stettin (Szczecin, Poland)) is a German Christian theologian. Life and views
Pannenberg was baptized as an infant into the Evangelical (Lutheran) Church, but otherwise had virtually no contact with the church in his early , "Der okumenische Weg seit dem II. Vatikanischen Konzil--aus evangelischer Sicht." Vol. 50, No. 1 (January/March, 2004), 17-24.
Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr, "Biblisch-theologische Grundlagen des Communio-Begriffs im Zusammenhang der Ekklesiologie mit besondercm Bezug auf Communio Sanctorum." Vol. 50, No. 2 (April/June, 2004), 90-125.
The following articles appear in Vol. 50, No. 4 (October/December, 2004):
Wolfhart Pannenberg, "Okumenische Aufgaben im Verhaltnis zur romisch-katholischen Kirche," pp. 260-270.
Bruce D. Marshall, "The Filioque as Theology and Doctrine: In reply to Bernd Oberdorfer," pp. 271-288.
Beatus Brenner, "Wie verbindlich ist die Gemeinsamc Erklarung zur Rechtfertigungslehre? Ein Literaturbericht zu einigen Aspeckten der kirchlichen Rezeption okumenischer Dokumente." Vol. 55, No. 1 (January/February, 2004), 11-12, 14-16.
The following articles appear in Vol. 55, No. 2 (March/April, 2004):
Friedcrike Nussel, "Grund zur Aufgeschlossenheit--Denkanstosse Karl Rahners fur die gegenwartige evangelische Theologie," pp. 23-29.
Jochen Kramm, "Das Kopftuch als religioses Symbol," pp. 30-31.
Michael Plathow, "Mission und Evangelisation: Eine konfessionskundlich-okumenische Herausforderung." Vol. 55, No. 3 (May/June, 2004), 47-52.
The following articles appear in Vol. 55, No. 4 (July/August, 2004):
Walter Schopsdau, "Marathonlauf bei unbekanntem Kilometerstand: Der 95. Deutsche Katholikentag in Ulm 2004 und die Okumene," pp. 61-62.
Peter Gemeinhardt, "Das Schisma von 1054--seine geschichtliche und okumenische Bedeutung," pp. 63-69.
The following articles appear in Vol. 55, No. 5 (September/October, 2004):
Erich Geldbach, "Religionsfreiheit," pp. 87-92.
Klaus Peter Voss, "Tauferisch-freikirchliche Positionen und Anliegen im aktuellen Gesprach uber die gegenseitige Tanfanerkennung," pp. 97-101.
The following articles appear in Vol. 55, No. 6 (November/December, 2004):
Michael Plathow, "40 Jahre Okumenismusdekret: Abgebrochener Aufbruch?" pp. 105-106.
Theodor Dieter, "40 Jahre Unitatis redintegratio--Aufbruch und Grenzen," pp. 1071-09.
Bernd Jochen Hilberath, "Eroffnet das Okumenismusdekret die Moglichkeit einer Kirchengemeinschaft mit den aus der Reformation hervorgegangenen Kirchen?" pp. 109-112.
Burkhard Neumann, "Unitatis redintegratio: Autbruch und Aufgabe," pp. 112-114.
Gerhard Voss, "Das okumenische Vermachtnis des II. Vatikanischen Konzils fur die Gemeinden heute," pp. 115-119.
Michael Plathow, "'Das Okumeneschiff--Eine frische Brise tut not'--Okumenischer Jahresberich 2004: Bericht bei der Mitgliederversammlung des Evangelischen Bundes in Kronberg/Taunus am 15. Oktober 2004," pp. i-xi (insert).
Okumenische Rundschau (Frankfurt am Main)
The following articles appear in Vol. 53, No. 1 (January, 2004):
Claus-Peter Marz, "Gemeinsame Aufgaben der Kirchen in der sakularen Situation der neuen Bundeslander: Ein Arbeitsbericht des Okumenisch-Theologischen Arbeitskreises," pp. 3-16.
Silvia Hell, "Eucharistische Gemeinschaft zwischen romisch-katholischer Kirche und evangelisch-lutherischen Kirchen: Grenzen und Chancen--Thesen dazu aus romisch-katholischer Sicht," pp. 51-66.
Dorothea Sattler, "Charta Oecumenica The Charta Oecumenica (Latin for "Ecumenical Charter") is a joint document from the Conference of European Churches (CEC) and the Council of European Episcopal Conferences (CCEE, Consilium Conferentiarum Episcoporum Europae : Gedanken zur Fortfuhrung ihrer Rezeption nach der Unterzeichnung in Berlin 2003," pp. 67-81.
A special issue on "Globalisierung als ekklesiologische Herausforderung der Okumene" (Vol. 53, No. 2 [April, 2004]) includes the following articles:
Robert J. Schreiter, "Globalisierung, Postmoderne und die neue Katholizitat," pp. 139-159.
Dirkie J. Smit, "Theologisehe Ansatze fur kirchliches Engagement in Fragen der Globalisierung: Reformierte Perspektiven aus dem Sudlichen Afrika," pp. 160-175.
Ulrich Moller, "Folgt im okumenischen Prozess des Bekennens jetzt die Feststellung des status confessionis? Standortbestimmung vor der Generalversammlung des Reformierten Weltbundes 2004 in Accra," pp. 176-189.
Karen L. Bloomquist, "COMMUNIO: Die Auseinandersetzung mit der wirtschaftlichen Globalisierung--Eine lutherische Sicht," pp. 190-206.
Vsevolod Chaplin, "Globalisierung: die Orthodoxe Sicht aus Moskau," pp. 207-217.
Aram I His Holiness Aram I has been Catholicos of Cilicia of the Armenian Apostolic Church since 1995. He resides in Antelias, Beirut.
Born Pedros Keshishian in Beirut, Lebanon in 1947. He was ordained priest in 1968, and was consecrated bishop in Antelias on 22 August 1980. . (Kekishian), "Globalisierung, und Katholizitat," pp. 218-238.
The following articles appear in Vol. 53, No. 3 (July, 2004):
Konrad Raiser, "Gegenseitige Anerkennung der Taufe als Weg zu kirchlicher Gemeinschaft: Ein Uberblick uber die okumenische Diskussion," pp. 298-317.
Athanasios Vletsis, "Taufe: Ein Sakrament auf der Suche nach seiner Identitat? Versuch einer orthodoxen Interpretation," pp. 318-336.
Wolfgang Thonissen, "Taufanerkennung--Ein okumenisches Projekt aus katholischer Sicht," pp. 337-347.
Roland Gebauer, "Romisch-katholische und freikirchliche Theologen auf dem Weg der Verstandigung: Bericht vom Symposion yon Vertretem des Johann-Adam-Mohler-Instituts fur Okumenik und der Vereinigung Evangelischer Freikirchen," pp. 371-375.
The following articles appear in Vol. 53, No. 4 (October, 2004):
Jacques Matthey, "Versohnung als Gottes Mission--Kirche als versohnende Gemeinschaft: Zum Verhaltnis von Einheit und Mission, Zeugnis und Dialog," pp. 427-443.
Petros Vassiliadis and Dimitrios Passakos, "Versohnung als ein pneumatologisches Missionsparadigma: Oder was es bedeutet, sich zu einer Missionskonferenz in Athen zu treffen," pp. 444-458.
Theo Sundermeier, "Heil und Heilung: Die okumenische Dimension des Heilungsauftrages der Kirche," pp. 477-489.
Ostkirchliche Studien (Wurzburg)
Ernst Christoph Suttner, "Die Union in den ruthenischen Landen: Das Florentiner Geschehen yon 1439 und die Brester Union (1595/96)." Vol. 53, No. 1 (April, 2004), 3-16.
The following articles appear in Vol. 53, Nos. 2-3 (September, 2004):
Rudolf Prokschi, "Eine Stadt--ein Bischof? Eine Nation--eine Kirche? Zur Problematik des kanonischen Territoriums," pp. 105-106.
Herve Legrand, "Ein einziger Bischof fur eine Stadt: Warum und wie zuruckkommen zu can. 8 von Nizaa? Ein Pladoyer fur die Katholizitat der Kirche," pp. 122-151.
Georg Kretschmar, "Die Angleichung der kirchlichen Territorien an die naturlichen und politischen Lebensraume der Menschen in Stadt, Volk, Nation und Staat: Eine kritische Anfrage," pp. 152-158.
Mihai Sasaujan, "Die lokalen orthodoxen Kirchen und die Problematik des 'kanonischen Territoriums,'" pp. 159-183.
Niccolo Steiner, "Eine Stadt--ein Bischof? Eine Nation--eine Kirche?" Verschiedene Anfragen," pp. 184-193.
The following articles appear in Vol. 53, No. 4 (December, 2004):
Christian Lange Christian Lange may refer to:
Franz Mali, "Julianische Berechnung des Osterdatums und Gregorianischer Kalender?" pp. 309-327.
Theologie der Gegenwart (Kevelaer)
Klaus Demmer, "Okumenische Klippen im bioethischen Gesprach? Fragen zum Positionspapier 'Pluralismus als Markenzeichen.'" Vol. 46, No. 4 (2003), 242-253.
Theologie und Philosophie (Freiburg)
Oliver J. Wiertz, "Das Christentum und die anderen Religionen: Kritische Anmerkungen zu Perry Schmidt-Leukels Buch Theologie der Religionen." Vol. 79, No. 1 (2004), 99-106.
Theologische Quartalshcrift (Tubingen)
Hans Reinhard Seeliger, "Okumenische Moden." Vol. 184, No. 2 (2004), 140-141.
The following articles appear in Vol. 184, No. 3 (2004):
Magnus Strict, "Streitfall Apokatastasis: Dogmatische Anmerkungen mit einem okumenischen Seitenblick," pp. 185-201.
Felix Thome, "Zur Okumene: Das erste Das Erste ("The First") is the principal publicly owned television channel in Germany. It is a joint production of Germany's regional public broadcasters acting through, and coordinated by the ARD consortium. Internationale Symposium im Katholikosat von Ejmiacin auf Einladung des Katholikos Aller Armenier, Karekin II Catholicos Karekin II (Armenian: Գարեգին Բ also Garegin) is the current head of the Holy Armenian Apostolic Church. ., vom 12. bis 13. September 2003," pp. 202-207.
GREAT BRITAIN Great Britain, officially United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, constitutional monarchy (2005 est. pop. 60,441,000), 94,226 sq mi (244,044 sq km), on the British Isles, off W Europe. The country is often referred to simply as Britain.
The Heythrop Journal (Oxford)
Sebastian Brock Sebastian Paul Brock (born 1938, London) is generally acknowledged as the foremost and most influential academic in the field of Syriac language today. He is a former Reader in Syriac Studies at the University of Oxford's Oriental Institute and currently a Professorial Fellow at , "The Syriac Churches and Dialogue with the Catholic Church" Vol. 45, No. 4 (October, 2004), 466-476.
Interreligious Insight: A Journal of Dialogue and Engagement (London)
The following articles appear in Vol. 2, No. 1 (January, 2004):
Elizabeth J. Harris, "Discerning the Holy Spirit in Encounter with Buddhism," pp. 8-18.
Norman Solomon Norman Solomon (1951- ) is an American journalist, media critic and antiwar activist. A longtime associate of the media watch group Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR), Solomon is also the founder and executive director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, a national , "Jewish Orthodoxy and Dialogue in the Case of Joseph Dov Soloveitchik," pp. 19-26.
Hasan Askari Askari is an Arabic, Turkish, Somali, Persian and Swahili word meaning "soldier" (Arabic: عسكري ‘askarī). , "From Interreligious Dialogue to Spiritual Humanism," pp. 27-35.
Eleanor Nesbitt, "Worship as Gateway to Truth," pp. 36-43.
Seshagiri Rao, "Thanksgiving: World Uniting and Healing, pp. 44-51.
Brian Walker, "Effective Interfaith Dialogue in West Africa," pp. 64-73.
The following articles appear in Vol. 2, No. 2 (April, 2004):
John T. Pawlikowski, "Ethics and Globalization globalization
Process by which the experience of everyday life, marked by the diffusion of commodities and ideas, is becoming standardized around the world. Factors that have contributed to globalization include increasingly sophisticated communications and transportation : The Interreligious Challenge," pp. 8-19.
Harold Kasimow, "Is It Ever Right to Kill? Jewish and Buddhist Responses to Violence," pp. 20-26.
Yegi Sikand, "Islam and Critical Traditionalism," pp. 27-33.
Penelope Flint, "'We Are One in the Spirit' Are We? Western Perspectives on Zen," pp. 34-44.
Paul Hedges, "A Post-Modernism Reading of John Hick's Pluralistic Hypothesis," pp. 45-55.
Roger R. Keller, "The Church of Jesus Christ Church of Jesus Christ may refer to:
The following articles appear in Vol. 2, No. 3 (July, 2004):
Alan Race, "Dialogue Is All," pp. 6-9
Kofi Annan, "Do We Still Have Universal Values? A Special Message for Readers of Interreligious Insight," pp. 10-15.
Pashaura Singh, "The Relevance of the Guru Granth Sahib Guru Granth Sahib
same as Granth in Interfaith Understanding," pp. 16-25.
Jim Kenney, "Sea Change: Cultural Evolution in the Early 21st Century," pp. 26-34.
"Toward a Dialogue of Civilizations--A Dialogue between Jonathan Sacks (Jewish, UK) and Leonard Swidler (Christian, USA): The Dignity of Difference--Avoiding the Clash of Civilizations The Clash of Civilizations is a theory, proposed by political scientist Samuel P. Huntington, that people's cultural and religious identities will be the primary source of conflict in the post-Cold War world. ," pp. 35-46.
Dhammananda bhikkhuni, "Women and Buddhism in Thailand '''
Buddhism in Thailand is largely of the Theravada school. Nearly 95% of Thailand's population is Buddhist of the Theravada school, though Buddhism in this country has become integrated with folk beliefs such as ancestor worship as well as Chinese religions from the large ," pp. 47-51.
K. R. Sundararajan, "Comparing the Role of the Teacher, Student, and Process of Learning in the Confucian Analects and the Upanishads," pp. 52-62.
Suleman Dangor, "Mediating Globalization: The Role of Religious Leaders and Communities," pp. 63-69.
Hazar Ibdah and Lawrence Woods, "Learning from al-Andalus: Lessons for Contemporary Interreligious Interaction," pp. 70-75.
Eboo Patel, "Towards an Interfaith Youth Movement," pp. 78-81.
Irfan Ahmad Kahn, "A Dialogue of Civilizations: The Islamic Community and Western Society in Quest of a Peaceful and Just World," pp. 89-94.
Kathryn Lum n. 1. A chimney.
2. A ventilating chimney over the shaft of a mine.
3. A woody valley; also, a deep pool. , "Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue in the Wake of 11-March: A Portrait of the Interfaith Movement in Madrid," pp. 96-99.
The following articles appear in Vol. 2, No. 4 (October, 2004):
Swee-hin Toh, Kusumita P. Pedersen, Marcus Braybrooke, David Johnston, and Nahid Angha, "A Mosaic of Impressions: Some Responses to the Parliament of the World's Religions There have been several meetings referred to as a Parliament of the World’s Religions, most notably the World's Parliament of Religions of 1893, the first attempt to create a global dialogue of faiths. , Barcelona, 2004," pp. 8-17.
William E. Lesher, "Fourth Parliament Surpasses Expectations: A Report on the Parliament of the World's Religions Held in Barcelona, Spain," pp. 18-22.
A. Rashied Omar, "The Significance of the Holy Land in Our Sacred Stories," pp. 26-29.
Harold Kasimow, "Modern Muslim Perceptions of Judaism and Christianity," pp. 30-37.
Chris Jones, "Towards the Elimination of Religious Prejudice: Potential Christian Contributions from a Baha'i Perspective," pp. 38-45.
Kamran Mofid, "The Quest for Justice and Peace in an Age of Globalization: Theological, Spiritual, and Economic Challenges," pp. 54-61.
Bud Heckman, "Notes from the Field: The Interfaith Movement in the U.S.A.," pp. 72-79.
Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations (Birmingham)
A special issue (Vol. 15, No. 1 [January, 2004]) on "Islam in Dialogue: Essays to Honour Professor Mahmoud Ayoub" includes the following articles:
Irfan A. Omar, "Pathways to Dialogue: The Journey of Mahmoud Ayoub," pp. 9-11.
Jacques Waardenburg, "Christians, Muslims, Jews, and Their Religions," pp. 13-33.
Willem A. Bijlefeld, "Eschatology eschatology
Theological doctrine of the “last things,” or the end of the world. Mythological eschatologies depict an eternal struggle between order and chaos and celebrate the eternity of order and the repeatability of the origin of the world. : Some Muslim and Christian Data," pp. 35-54.
George C. Papademetriou, "Two Traditions, One Space: Orthodox Christians and Muslims in Dialogue," pp. 55-64.
Alwi Shihab, "Christian-Muslim Relations into the Twenty-First Century," pp. 65-77.
Etin Anwar, "Prophetic Models in Islamic and Christian Spirituality in the Thought of Ibn 'Arabi and Meister Eckhart," pp. 147-162.
Julia D. E. Prinz, "The Relationship between the Inner and Outer Dimensions in Islam as a Foundation for Inter-Religious Dialogue." Vol. 15, No. 2 (April, 2004), 171-184.
The following articles appear in Vol. 15, No. 3 (July, 2004):
Sidney H. Griffith, "Mystics and Sufi Masters: Thomas Merton and Dialogue between Christians and Muslims," pp. 299-316
Kenneth Cragg, "A Strange Half-Absence: Reflections on A Faithful Presence," pp. 317-329.
Qamar-ul Huda, "The 40th Anniversary of Vatican II: Examining Dominus Iesus, and Contemporary Issues for Inter-religious Dialogue between Muslims and Catholics," pp. 331-347.
Sindre Bangstad, "When Muslims Marry Non-Muslims: Marriage as Incorporation in a Cape Muslim Community," pp. 349-364.
The following articles appear in Vol. 15, No. 4 (October, 2004):
Dmitri M. Bondarenko, "The 'Fruit of Enlightenment': Education, Politics, and Muslim-Christian Relations in Contemporary Tanzania," pp. 443-468.
Saban Ali Duzgun, "Contextualizing the Term 'Religious Experience' in Theological Discourse," pp. 497-514.
New Blackfriars (Oxford)
Jacob Neusner, "Good Friday and Easter Sunday: Reading the Passion Narratives in the Context of the Mishnah's Rabbinic rab·bin·i·cal also rab·bin·ic
Of, relating to, or characteristic of rabbis.
[From obsolete rabbin, rabbi, from French, from Old French rabain, probably from Aramaic Theology or How, in the Mishnah, the Death Penalty Is Merciful." Vol. 85, No. 996 (March, 2004), 239-246.
One in Christ (Turvey, Bedford)
The following articles appear in Vol. 39, No. 1 (January, 2004):
Mary Tanner, "A Unique Meeting in Mississauga," pp. 3-6.
"A Survey of Anglican/Roman Catholic Relations," pp. 7-22.
Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor, "The Work of ARCIC ARCIC Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission
ARCIC Army Capabilities Integration Center (US Army)
ARCIC Accident Rehabilitation & Compensation Insurance Corporation (New Zealand) , 1968-2000," pp. 23-32.
John Hind, "What We Agree in Faith in the Light of the ARCIC Final Report," pp. 33-38.
J. M. R. Tillard, "Our Goal: Full and Visible Communion," pp. 39-50.
The following articles appear in Vol. 39, No. 2 (April, 2004):
Gerald W. Schlabach, "Between the Times, Between Communities: Eucharistic Theology for the Bridge," pp. 3-16.
Thomas Ryan, "An Ecumenical Spirituality for the Third Millennium: What Gifts Do the Churches Bring?" pp. 17-27.
Jeffrey Gros, "Faith on the Frontier On the Frontier: A Melodrama in Two Acts, by W. H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood, was the third and last play in the Auden-Isherwood collaboration, first published in 1938. : Understandings of Apostolicity among American-Born Churches," pp. 28-48.
Michael Hurley, "Healing of Memories," pp. 49-53.
David Carter, "The PCPCU PCPCU Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity Document on the Petrine Ministry," pp. 54-66.
"Church, Evangelization e·van·gel·ize
v. e·van·gel·ized, e·van·gel·iz·ing, e·van·gel·iz·es
1. To preach the gospel to.
2. To convert to Christianity.
To preach the gospel. , and the Bonds of Koinonia: A Report of the International Consultation between the Catholic Church and the World Evangelical Alliance (1993-2002)," pp. 67-94.
The following articles appear in Vol. 39, No. 3 (July, 2004):
Leonard Marsh, "Palestinian Christians: Contemporary Theology and Politics," pp. 4-14.
Sotiris Roussos, "The Patriarchate pa·tri·ar·chate
1. The territory, rule, or rank of a patriarch.
2. See patriarchy.
the office, jurisdiction or residence of a patriarch
Noun of Jerusalem in the Greek-Palestinian-Israeli Triangle," pp. 15-25.
Leon Racionzer Menzies, "Christian Communities in Contemporary Israel: A Study in Religion, Politics, and Church-State Relations," pp. 26-43.
Anthony O'Mahony, "The Vatican and the Palestinian Christians: Faith, Diplomacy, and Politics in the Holy Land," pp. 44-71.
The following articles appear in Vol. 39, No. 4 (October, 2004):
Hans Hess, "Convergence in Mission: An Analysis of Mission Theology in the Dialogue between the Roman Catholic Church Roman Catholic Church, Christian church headed by the pope, the bishop of Rome (see papacy and Peter, Saint). Its commonest title in official use is Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church. and Some Classical Pentecostal Churches and Leaders," pp. 3-23.
Peter Luning, "Universal Episkope and the Papal Ministry: A Critical Overview of Responses to Ut Unum Sint Ut Unum Sint (Latin: 'may they be one') is an encyclical by Pope John Paul II of May 25 1995. Following the prayer of Jesus in the Gospel according to John (," pp. 24-36.
George Kilcourse, "A Transforming Ecumenical Initiative: Ministry to Interchurch Engaged Couples," pp. 37-46.
Lawrence Cross, "Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Approaches to Ecumenism: Principles for a Theology of Ecumenism," pp. 47-63.
James P. Danaher, "A Contemporary Concept of Law," pp. 64-75.
Robert Muthiah, "A Pneumatological pneu·ma·tol·o·gy
1. The doctrine or study of spiritual beings and phenomena, especially the belief in spirits intervening between humans and God.
2. The Christian doctrine of the Holy Ghost. Radical Free Church View of Ordination," pp. 76-85.
David Tripp, "Where Ecumenism and Liturgy Were One: A Tribute to Wiebe and Cornelia Vos," pp. 86-89.
Religion, State and Society (Oxford)
Frans Hoppenbrouwers, "The Principal Victim: Catholic Antisemitism and the Holocaust in Central Europe." Vol. 32, No. 1 (March, 2004), 37-51.
The following articles appear in Vol. 32, No. 3 (September, 2004):
Gerd Stricker, "Lutheranism in Russia and the Soviet Union: Another Response to Filatov and Stepina," pp. 247-260.
Natalia Shlikhta, "'Greek Catholic'--'Orthodox'--'Soviet': A Symbiosis symbiosis (sĭmbēō`sĭs), the habitual living together of organisms of different species. The term is usually restricted to a dependent relationship that is beneficial to both participants (also called mutualism) but may be extended to or a Conflict of Identities?" pp. 261-273.
The following articles appear in Vol. 26, No. 1 (2004):
M. C. Steenberg, "The Mother of God as Medatrix in Orthodox and Roman Catholic Thought," pp. 6-26.
"The Filioque: A Church-Dividing Issue? An Agreed Statement agreed statement n. occasionally the two parties on opposite sides of a lawsuit or on an appeal from a trial judgment will agree upon certain facts and sign a statement to be used in court for that purpose. of the North American Orthodox-Catholic Theological Consultation The North American Orthodox-Catholic Theological Consultation is an ecumenical standing conference that has been meeting semiannually since it was founded in 1965 under the auspices of the Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs of the United States Conference ," pp. 27-60.
John T. Pawlikowski, "Christology and the Jewish People," pp. 61-79.
The following articles appear in Vol. 26, No. 2 (2004):
Kallistos Ware, "Orthodox Theology in the New Millennium: What Is the Most Important Question?" pp. 7-23.
Marcus Plested, "'East Is East and West Is West'? The Theology of Grace in the Macarian Writings and in St. Augustine," pp. 24-38.
Daniel P. Payne, "Barth and Florovsky on the Meaning of 'Church,'" pp. 39-63.
Studia Liturgica (London)
"An Ecumenical Statement on the Meaning of Ordination: Based on the Study, Rituals of Ordination and Commitment in Churches in the Nordic Countries: Theology and Terminology." Vol. 34, No. 2 (2004), 251-256.
Ching Feng (Shatin)
N.S. Vol. 4, No. 2 (2003), a special issue on "Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, Part I," includes the following articles"
Au Kin Ming, "Ultimate Reality: A Comparative Study of Kitaro Nishida's Concept of Nothingness and Paul Tillich's Concept of God," pp. 113-130.
Notto R. Thelle, "'The Conversion of the Missionary': Changes in Buddhist-Christian Relations in Early Twentieth-Century China," pp. 131-156.
Xue Yu, "Buddhist-Christian Encounter in Modern China: Taixu's Perspective on Christianity," pp. 157-201.
He Jianming, "The Modern Chan Society and the China Lutheran Seminary in Conversation: A Case Study of Buddhist-Christian Dialogue in Contemporary Taiwan," pp. 203-239.
N.S. Vol. 5, No. 1 (2004), a special issue on "Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, Part II," includes the following articles:
Ekman P. C. Tam, "The Sacred and the Ordinary: Spiritual Maturity according to the Teaching of Teresa of Avila and the Ox-Herding Pictures," pp. 1-31.
Lai Shen-Chon, "Onto-Dynamics of the Triunity tri·u·ni·ty
n. pl. tri·u·ni·ties
See trinity. and Its Contribution to Buddhist-Christian Dialogue," pp. 33-64.
Andrew K. Chung, "The Dialogic Encounter between Christian and Buddhist Thought in Late Ming and Early Qing China," pp. 65-91.
Li Xiangping, "A Case Study of Interreligious Relations in Contemporary China: Buddhist-Christian Interaction in Four Southeast Cities," pp. 93-118.
Lai Pan-Chiu, "The Role of Hong Kong in the Buddhist-Christian Encounter in China: A Post-Conference Reflection," pp. 119-133.
The following articles appear in N.S. Vol. 5, No. 2 (2004):
Yeo Khiok-Khng, "Musical Harmony according to Confucius and Paul," pp. 163-189.
Lai Pan-Chiu, "The Doctrines of the Trinity and Christology and Hua-yen Buddhism," pp. 203-225.
Lukacsi Tamas, "Egy elfeledett reformator: Cirill Lukarisz (1572-1638), a 'protestans patriarka'" (A Forgotten Reformer, Cirill Lukarisz). Vol. 28, No. 4 (2004), 83-88.
Theologiai Szemle (Budapest)
Aram I, "A vallasok kozotti parbeszed: allando okumenikus feladat." Vol. 47, No. 1 (2004), 16-25.
Cziria Janos-Jochanan, "Zsidomissziotol a Messiast vallo zsidokig." Vol. 47, No. 4 (2004), 228-237.
Asia Journal of Theology (Bangalore)
Jiwhang Lew, "Paul Tillich's Theological Method of Correlation Reconsidered for Intrareligious and Interreligious Dialogue." Vol. 17, No. 1 (April, 2003), 115-133.
Lap-yan Kung, "Globalization and Ecumenism: A Search for Human Solidarity, with reference to Pentecostalism/Charismatism in Hong Kong." Vol. 17, No. 2 (October, 2003), 378-402.
The following articles appear in Vol. 18, No. 2 (October, 2004):
Damayanthi M. A. Niles, "Theology and Ecumenical Life in a Global Age: Concerns, Challenges, and Coalitions for a New Generation," pp. 310-319.
Kelly Johnson-Hill, "Dance and Worship in the Pacific Islands: A Comparative Study with Implications for an Emerging Ecumenical Consciousness," pp. 362-373.
Doon Theological Journal (New Theological College, P.O. Kulhan, Dehra Dun 248 001)
M. T. Cherian, "Impact of Hindu Fundamentalism on Minority Rights: A Christian Response." Vol. 1, No. 1 (January, 2004), 20-43.
Matthew Ebenezer, "Ecumenism, Exclusivism ex·clu·siv·ism
The practice of excluding or of being exclusive.
ex·clusiv·ist adj. & n. , and National Church: Approaches in the Presbyterian Churches of India to the Concept of Ecumenism," Vol. 1, No. 2 (July, 2004), 117-138.
Ephrem's Theological Journal (Satna)
Edward G. Farrugia, "St. Joseph and the Christian East in the 19th and 20th Centuries: Understanding the Difference between East and West." Vol. 8, No. 2 (October, 2004), 168-180.
Jeevadhara (Kottayam, Kerala)
The following articles appear in Vol. 33, No. 197 (September, 2003):
John B. Chethimattam, "One Faith, Many Religions: Implications of Religious Pluralism," pp. 341-355.
T. K. John, "Inter-Religious Relationships Today," pp. 356-377.
Francis Vineeth, "Diversity of Religions and Unity in Spirituality," pp. 378-386.
Journal of Dharma dharma (där`mə). In Hinduism, dharma is the doctrine of the religious and moral rights and duties of each individual; it generally refers to religious duty, but may also mean social order, right conduct, or simply virtue. (Bangalore)
A special issue on "Religious Conversion" (Vol. 28, No. 1 [January-March, 2003]) includes the following articles:
Thomas Kadankavil, "Conversion: A Reassessment of Insight," pp. 9-22.
Lucien Legrand, "Conversion in the Bible: A Dialogical Process," pp. 23-32.
Paul Kalluveettil, "Convertere as the Christian Ideology: A Study of Biblical Perspectives on Religious Conversion," pp. 33-48.
Thomas Manickam, "Indian Civil Laws Governing Religious Conversion," pp. 49-72.
Ishanand Vempeny, "Conversion in India Today," pp. 73-104.
George Koovackal, "Conversion to Islam," pp. 105-119.
Antony Mookenthottam, "Prayer in Hindu and Buddhist Religious Traditions." Vol. 28, No. 4 (October-December, 2003), 501-514.
Journal of Dharma (Bangalore)
Paul Kalluveettil, "A Christian Portrait of a Bhakta Yogi yo·gi
n. pl. yo·gis
One who practices yoga.
[Hindi yog : Blessed Chavara." Vol. 29, No. 3 (July-September, 2004), 297-319.
The Journal of Religious Studies (Patiala, Punjab)
The following articles appear in Vol. 34, Nos. 1-2 (Spring-Autumn, 2003):
David H. Turner, "Renunciation The Abandonment of a right; repudiation; rejection.
The renunciation of a right, power, or privilege involves a total divestment thereof; the right, power, or privilege cannot be transferred to anyone else. in Australian Aboriginal Society and the Anti-Dialetic of Pluralism," pp. 1-13.
M. Darrol Bryant, "Sikhs in the Diaspora: Other Faiths and the Environment," pp. 35-42.
Journal of the Henry Martyn Institute (Hyderabad)
Vol. 23, No. 2 (July-December, 2004) is a special issue containing the study document, "That We May Know Each Other: United Church-Muslim Relations Today," pp. 2-120.
Religion and Society (Bangalore)
The following articles appear in Vol. 48, No. 1 (March, 2003):
David Emmanuel Singh, "Meaning of 'Holy War': Jihad in Islam," pp. 47-66.
Honey Cabral, "ecularism in the Context of Religious Plurality," pp. 67-77.
Ivan Satyavrata, "The Experience of Hindu Christian Converts in the Pre-Independence Period and the Christian Witness in Contemporary India." Vol. 48, No. 3 (September, 2003), 5-22.
John M. Samaha, "Blessed John XXIII and Christian Unity." Vol. 67, No. 1 (January, 2003), 59-62.
Raj Irudaya, "Attitudes and Approaches Employed in the Dialogue of Jesus with the Samaritan Woman. I: Their Relevance to Interreligious Dialogue Today." Vol. 67, No. 8 (August, 2003), 707-716.
Anil Couto, "The Ecumenical Vision and Commitment of Pope John Paul II Pope John Paul II (Latin: Ioannes Paulus PP. II, Italian: Giovanni Paolo II, Polish: Jan Paweł II) born ." Vol. 67, No. 10 (October, 2003), 821-837.
Vincent Sekhar, "Renunciation and Asceticism asceticism (əsĕt`ĭsĭzəm), rejection of bodily pleasures through sustained self-denial and self-mortification, with the objective of strengthening spiritual life. in the Jain and Buddhist Traditions: An Alternative for Radical Living." Vol. 67, No. 12 (December, 2003), 991-1005.
The following articles appear in Vol. 68, No. 1 (January, 2004):
Jude Abidemi Asanbe, "The Family of God United in the Eucharist: Its Implications for the Church in Nigeria," pp. 8-16.
R. J. Mouawad, "Muslim Christians? The Strange Case of the White Maronites," pp. 56-67.
Jos De Cuyper, "Lights from the Field: My Ecumenical Journey," pp. 68-72.
Joe Arun, "Myths in Identity Making: 'The Other as Alien.'" Vol. 68, No. 4 (April, 2004), 277-294.
L. Stanislaus, "A Christian Response to Hindutva." Vol. 68, No. 10 (October, 2004), 753-773.
Stulos Theological Journal (Bandung)
Tim J. R. Trumpet, "Debating Justification Today: An Exercise in Constructive Calvinism." Vol. 11, No. 1 (April, 2003), 41-83.
Doctrine and Life Doctrine and Life is an Irish religious periodical published by the Dominican religious order. It was initially published from September 1946 as part of the Irish Rosary magazine. (Dublin)
Michael Neary, "We Must Never Become Cynical about Ecumenism." Vol. 53, No. 1 (January, 2003), 2-6.
Louis Hughes, "Reiki Reiki Definition
Reiki is a form of therapy that uses simple hands-on, no-touch, and visualization techniques, with the goal of improving the flow of life energy in a person. for Christians?" Vol. 53, No. 3 (March, 2003), 147-155.
Patrick LaBelle, "Inter-faith Relations: War and Peace in God's Name." Vol. 54, No. 5 (May/June, 2004), 42-48.
Gabriel Flynn, "An 'Ecumenical Ethics' for Reconciliation? Learning from Yves Congar." Vol. 54, No. 9 (November, 2004), 4-17.
Irish Theological Quarterly (Maynooth)
The following articles appear in Vo. 68, No. 4 (Winter, 2003):
Terrence Merrigan, "Christianity and the Non-Christian Religions in the Light of the Theology of John Henry Newman," pp. 343-355.
Michael Hurley, "The Ecumenical Methodology of Forgiveness," pp. 357-377.
Proche-Orient Chretien (Jerusalem)
The following articles appear in Vol. 54, Nos. 1-2 (2004):
S. B. Michel Sabbah, "Chretiens et musulmans pour une societe palestinienne nouvelle," pp. 71-76.
Thorn Sicking, "Dialogue interreligieux et dialogue oecumenique: differences et similitudes," pp. 98-116.
Emma Loosley and Paolo Dall'Oglio, "La communaute d'al-Khalil: une vie monastique au service du dialogue islamo-chretien," pp. 117-128.
The following articles appear in Vol. 54, Nos. 3-4 (2004):
Rafiq Khoury, L'education religieuse chretienne dans les ecoles de l'Autorite Palestinienne," pp. 313-319.
Frans Bouwen, "Le dialogue official entre I'Eglise catholique et I'Eglise copte orthodoxe," pp. 320-346.
Ofer Livne-Kafri, "Christian Attitudes Reflected in the Muslim Literature in Praise of Jerusalem," pp. 347-375.
Amicizia Ebraico-Cristiana Bulletin (Florence) check vols.
The following articles appear in Vol. 37, Nos. 3-4 (July-December, 2002):
Aloma Bardi Bardi can refer to:
Enormous; huge: a mondo list of pizza toppings.
Extremely; very: a mondo big mistake. non ebraico," pp. 7-21.
Roberto Salvadori, "Revisionismo storico ed antisemitismo: una piazza a Arezzo intitolata ai 'Viva Maria'--I movimenti del 'Viva Maria' all fine del settecento in Italia," pp. 22-31.
The following articles appear in N.S. Vol. 38, Nos. 1-2 (January-June, 2003):
Holger Banse, "Una vita in dialogo: a colloquio con Martin Buber," pp. 7-26.
Fabio Ballabio, "Vedi come ardisco parlare al mio Signore? Le religioni abramiche e la preghiera," pp. 27-34.
The following articles appear in N.S. Vol. 39, Nos. 1-2 (January-June, 2004):
Alberto Moshe Somekh, "Il Mishneh Torah e la disputa Maimonidea--Mose Maimonide: dall' introduzione al codice Mishneh Torah," pp. 21-40.
Giovan Battista Brunori, "La Francia ed il nuovo antisemitismo," pp. 41-43
Boilettino di San Nicola (Bari)
Dalmazio Mongillo, "L'ecumenismo della santita: Ortodossi e Cattolici condividono le loro ricchezze." Vol. 51, Nos. 7-9 (July-September, 2002), 9.
Centro Pro Unione The Centro Pro Unione, founded and directed by the Society of the Atonement, is an ecumenical research and action center. Its purpose is to give space for dialogue, to be a place for study, research and formation in ecumenism: theological, pastoral, social and spiritual. Bulletin (Rome)
The following articles appear in No. 65 (Spring, 2004):
Thomas F. Best, "Christian Unity and Christian Diversity, Lessons from Liturgical Renewal: The Case of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ Disciples of Christ: see Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
Disciples of Christ
Group of U.S. Protestant churches that originated in the frontier revivals of the early 19th century. )," pp. 3-13.
Mary Tanner, "Anglican-Roman Catholic Relations: A New Step to Be Taken, A New Stage to Be Reached," pp. 14-19.
Hermann J. Pottmeyer, "The Petrine Ministry: Vatican I in the Light of Vatican II," pp. 20-24.
The following articles appear in No. 66 (Fall, 2004):
R. William Franklin, "The Historical Background of the Current Situation in the Episcopal Church in the United States as a Contribution to Our Ecumenical Dialogue," pp. 3-6.
"A Bibliography of Interchurch and Interconfessional Theological Dialogues: Nineteenth Supplement-2004," pp. 9-27.
Cristianesimo Nella Storia (Bologna)
The following articles appear in Vol. 22, No. 3 (October, 2001):
Mauro Velati, "Il secolo dell'ecumenismo cristiano," pp. 605-631.
Piero Stefani, "Le chiese cristiane e il popolo ebraico 'dopo Auschwitz,'" pp. 717-746.
Rene Luneau, "L'eglise catholique invitee An individual who enters another's premises as a result of an express or implied invitation of the owner or occupant for their mutual gain or benefit.
For example, a customer in a restaurant or a depositor entering a bank to cash a check are both invitees. a la Paque: de la necessite pour elle de naitre a d'autres cultures," pp. 799-821.
The following articles appear in Vol. 23, No. 1 (January, 2002): Giuseppe Ruggieri, "Cristianesimo: Una denominazione modulata dalla sua storia," pp. 1-52.
Jose Oscar Beozzo, "Le Concile Vatican II (1962-1965): La Participation de la Conference Episcopale du BresiI-CNBB," pp. 123-196.
Ernst Christoph Suttner, "Geht das gegenwartrige Schisma zwischen Katholiken und Orthodoxen auf den 4. Kreuzzug zuruck?" Vol. 25, No. 3 (September-December, 2004), 903-920.
L'Eco di San Gabriele (San Gabriele)
Silvano Stracca, "La Lunga strada della riconciliazione." Vol. 90, No. 7 (July-August, 2002), 12-13.
Silvano Stracca, "L'uomo del dialogo." Vol. 91, No. 7 (July-August, 2003), 31.
Silvano Stracca, "L'uomo del dialogo." Vol. 91, No. 9 (October, 2003), 27-28.
Paula McNamara, "Edward Said (1935-2003): An Appraisal." No. 301 (January, 2004), 3-8.
Anthony O'Mahony, "Reflections on the Encounter between Christianity and Islam The historical interaction between Christianity and Islam, in the field of comparative religion, connects fundamental ideas in Christianity with similar ones in Islam. Islam and Christianity share their origins in the Abrahamic tradition though Christianity predates Islam by six , Part 1." No. 302 (February, 2004), 3-9.
Anthony O'Mahony, "Reflections on the Encounter between Christianity and Islam, Part 2." No. 303 (March, 2004), 3-7.
Edoth Mukasa, "Monotheism monotheism (mŏn`əthēĭzəm) [Gr.,=belief in one God], in religion, a belief in one personal god. In practice, monotheistic religion tends to stress the existence of one personal god that unifies the universe. in Islam: An Assessment of the Concept of Tawhid." No. 300 (April, 2004), 3-11.
Roman Stager, "Challenges and Perspectives for the Future concerning the Social Interreligious Dialogue between Christians and Muslims." No. 305 (May, 2004), 3-8.
Christian Troll, "Christian-Muslim Relations in Germany." No. 306 (June-July, 2004), 3-27.
John O'Brien, "Our Presence to the World of Islam in Pakistan
Over 98% of 166 million people of Pakistan are Muslims, and Islam is the State religion of Pakistan. The majority of Muslims in Pakistan are Sunnis, and the Shi'a Muslim population is the second largest in the world after Iran. ." No. 307 (August, 2004), 3-16.
Anthony O'Mahony, "The Image of Jesus and Christianity in Modern Shi'a Islamic Thought." No. 308 (September, 2004), 3-14.
J. McL. Ritchie, "Islam and Christianity--Possible Leads towards Reconciliation." No. 309 (October, 2004), 3-10.
Giuseppe Scattolin, "Reflections on Interreligious Dialogue." No. 310 (November-December, 2004), 3-25.
Information Service (The Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity The Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity origins are associated with the Second Vatican Council.
Pope John XXIII wanted the Catholic Church to engage in the contemporary ecumenical movement. ) (Vatican City)
The following articles appear in No. 113(2-3) (2003):
Basil Meeking, "Commentary Article on the Report 'Church, Evangelization, and the Bonds of Koinonia," pp. 102-110.
"Called Together to Be Peacemakers This article is about the pacifist organization. For other meanings, see Peacemaker (disambiguation).
Peacemakers was an American pacifist organization. : Report of the International Dialogue between the Catholic Church and Mennonite World Conference (1998-2003)," pp. 111-148.
Jos. E. Vercruysse, "Comment on 'Called Together to Be Peacemakers,'" pp. 149-157.
"The Fortieth Anniversary of the Vatican Council II Degree Unitatis Redintegratio: Cardinal Kasper's Presentation of Its Theologically Binding Character." No. 115(1-2) (2004), 19-22.
"The Eighth Report of the Joint Working Group between the Roman Catholic Church and the World Council of Churches from 1999 to 2005." No. 117(4) (2004), 168-230.
The following articles appear in Vol. 29 (2003):
Serge de Laugier de Beaurecueil, "N'etre plus que Dieu (a l'ecole de Khwaga 'Abdullah
Ansari de Herat)," pp. 1-16.
John O'Brien, "Our Presence to the World of Islam in Pakistan," pp. 17-38.
Emna Atallah Soula, "La femme tunisienne entre l'Orient et l'Occident," pp. 39-58.
Michael Penn, "Syriac Sources for the Study of Early Christian-Muslim Relations," pp. 59-78.
Jean-Louis Declais, "Les origines chretiennes dans les anciens recits musulmans: Le cas des apotres envoyes A Antioche," pp. 79-92.
Emre Oktem, "La specificite de la laicite turque," pp. 93-110.
Abdur-Razaq B. Adesina, "Christian-Muslim Relations in Contemporary Northern Nigeria, 1980-2002," pp. 111-120.
Oddbjorn Leirvik, "Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations in Norway: Popular Realities, Political and Religious Responses, Interfaith Cooperation," pp. 121-140.
Luigi Lazzarato, "Relations islamo-chretiennes au Congo Kinshasa," pp. 141-163.
Christian W. Troll, "Christian-Muslim Relations in Germany: A Critical Survey," pp. 165-202.
Fouad Twal, "L'experience actuelle du dialogue interreligieux: obstacles et acquis" (in Arabic), pp. 1-20 (following p. 291).
The following articles appear in Vol. 30 (2004):
Jon Hoover, "Revelation and the Islamic and Christian Doctrines of God," pp. 1-14.
Maurice Borrmans, "La Rome pontificale vue par les Musulmans," pp. 15-24.
Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd, "Rethinking the Qur'an: Towards a Humanistic Hermeneutics," pp. 25-45.
Thomas Michel, "Hagar, Mother of Faith in the Compassionate God," pp. 47-54.
Dominique Urvoy, "Soufisme et dialogue islamo-chretien," pp. 55-64.
Igor Pochoshajew, "Johannes von Damaskos: De Haeresibus 100," pp. 65-75.
Guy Monnot, "Connaissance et estime des religions dans l'Islam," pp. 77-96.
Youssef Kamal El-Hage, "The Importance of Self-Criticism and Fighting the Other's Stereotyping in Christian-Muslim Relations: A Catholic Perspective," pp. 97-110.
Maurice Borrmans, "Les 'Journees Romaines' et le dialogue islamo-chretien," pp. 111-122.
Penelope Johnstone, "The 'Journees d'Arras' and Christian-Muslim Relations," pp. 123-129.
Miguel Angel Ayuso Guixot, "Christian-Muslim Relations in the Sudan: A Survey through the Sudanese Politics," pp. 131-151.
Guiseppe Parietti and Juan Antonio Ayanz, "Musulmans et Chretiens au Cameroun," pp. 153-170.
The West Coast Dialogue between American Catholics and Muslims, "Friends and Not Adversaries: A Catholic-Muslim Spiritual Journey," pp. 171-187.
'Amir Al-Hafi, "L'amour du prochain en Islam" (in Arabic), pp. 1-21.
A special section of Vol. 29, No. 1 (2002) on "Atti XII Colloquio Cattolico-Ortodosso: 'Teologia e teologi a servizio dell'ecumenismo'" includes the following nine articles:
Salvatore Manna, "Introduzione ai lavori," pp. 7-15.
Carlo Ghidelli, "Saggezza del mondo e saggezza di Dio," pp. 17-33.
Rosario Scognamiglio, "I Padri della chiesa e scrittori ecclesiastici in Occidente di fronte al 'fare teologia,'" pp. 35-51.
Gerardo Cioffari, "Il dibattito sul Filioque nella teologia russa: una finestra sul dialogo cattolico-ortodosso," 53-72.
Vittorio Peri, "I Concili ecumenici: vita storica ecclesiale e definizioni di teologi e canonisti," pp. 73-88.
Marcelio Semeraro, "L'influenza dei teologi nei lavori dei Vaticano II," pp. 89-99.
Daniel Ciobotea, "Major Contributions of the Orthodox Theology to the Promotion of Ecumenism," pp. 101-113.
Herve Legrand, "La responsabilite des theologiens dans le contexte du dialogue catholique-orthodoxe: cadre general et contenus specifiques," pp. 115-139.
Petros Vassiliadis, "Eucharistic Theology, the Consensus Fidelium, and the Contribution of Theology to the Ecclesial Ec`cle´si`al
a. 1. Ecclesiastical. Witness," pp. 141-154.
Antonio Acerbi, "Un concilio ecumenico per il III millennio?" pp. 157-174.
A special section of Vol. 29, No. 2 (2002) on "Atti XIII Colloquio Cattolico-Ortodosso: 'La santita vocazione universale cattolici-ortodossi distanza zero?'" includes the following ten articles:
Dalmazio Mongillo, "La passione per I'intelligenza della Verita che salva: stile di diakonia all'ecumenismo della santita," pp. 5-17.
Giacomo Lorusso, "Cristo che effonde lo spirito, sorgente della santita del popolo di Dio," pp. 19-38.
Panaghiotis A. Yfantis, "Aspetti di santita in Oriente e in Occidente," pp. 39-61.
Maria Grazia Mara, "La santita vocazione universale. Agostino: Le Confessioni," pp. 63-79.
Rosario Scognamiglio, "'Sia santificato il tuo nome': Santita de Padre e santita dei figli nella interpretazione dei Padri Greci alia prima petizione del Padrenostro," pp. 81-90.
Ambrogio Eszer, "Beatificazione e canonizzazione neila Chiesa cattoliea," pp. 91-109.
Dumitru Popescu, "La canonizzazione dei santi nella Chiesa ortodossa," pp. 111-125.
Iannes Eustatios, "A la recherche de la saintete oubliee au debut du nouveau millenaire: Un point de vue orthodoxe," pp. 127-136.
Marceila Farina, "Nelle grandi opere di Dio testimoni dell"amore," pp. 137-166.
Charles Morerod, "Santita della Chiesa, dialogo ecumenico," pp. 167-184.
Walter Kasper, "Spiritualita ed ecumenismo," pp. 187-203.
The following articles appear in Vol. 31, Nos. 1-2 (2004):
Emilianos Timiadis, "La domenica nella vita dell chiesa," pp. 23-33.
Giuseppe Sabato, "Laudatio di Timothy Radcliffe," pp. 35-37.
Timothy Radcliffe, "Il riposo nel Signore," pp. 39-51.
Pietro Polieri, "La iegittimazione razionale della verita cristiana: riflessi sul dialogo interreligioso," pp. 129-138
La Nuova Europa (Seriate, Bg.)
"Cattolici e ortodossi: La Chiesa e una." Vol. 11, No. 5(305) (September-October, 2002), 2-3.
The following articles appear in Vol. 12, No. 1(307) (January-February, 2003):
"L'unita, difficle ma possible," pp. 2-3.
"Un dialogo a distanza," pp. 4-14.
The following articles appear in Vol. 12, No. 3(309) (May-June, 2003):
Evgenij Gejnrichs, "Missione ed ecumenismo: uno sguardo dalla Russia," pp. 121-132.
Ambrogio Pisoni, "Missione ed ecumenismo: visti da Occidente," pp. 140-143.
Romano Scalfi, "Passione ecumenica e missionaria," pp. 144-146.
The following articles appear in Vol. 12, No. 6(312) (November-December, 2003):
Evgenij Gejnrichs, "Vocazione ecumenica di Pietroburgo e 'cattolicesimo russo,'" pp. 152-159.
Igor' Andrianov, "II metropolita Nikodim e l'ecumenismo," pp. 161-166.
Nikolaj Mitrochin, "La Chiesa ortodossa russa e i musulmani post-sovietici." Vol. 13, No. 1(313) (January-February, 2004), 76-87.
O Odigos la Guida (Bari)
The following articles appear in Vol. 21, No. 2 (April-June, 2002):
Enrico Sironi, "L'ecumenismo della santita: Un primo martirologio ecumenico," pp. 3-8.
Rosario Scognamiglio, "Creare un ponte di riconciliazione e di fiducia: Positivi gli esiti e gli delia prima visita di una delegazione della chiesa di grecia alia santa sede," pp. 9-10.
The following articles appear in Vol. 21, No. 3 (July-September, 2002):
Lorenzo Lorusso, "I matrimoni misti tra cattolici e valdesi in Italia: Testo comune e Testo applicativo," pp. 3-9.
"'Possa Dio gioire della vostra unanimita': A Bose il X Convegno ecumenico intemazionale di spiritualita ortodossa," pp. 10-12.
Vladimir Kuchumov, "San Nicola nella venerazione degli ortodossi russi: Elia lo preghi per la pioggia, Nicola per ogni necessita," pp. 13-14.
Simona Paula Dobrescu, "Un viaggio ecologico ecumenico nell'Adriatico: 'Bisogna salvaguardare l'ambiente per le generazioni future,'" p. 15.
The following articles appear in Vol. 21, No. 4 (October-December, 2002):
Donato Giordano, "II dialogo interreligioso alia prova: Convegno Nazionale C.E.I dei delegati diocesani per l'Ecumenismo e il Dialogo," pp. 2-5.
Enrico M. Sironi, "Unita: un tesoro in vasi d'argilla--Alle fondamenta dei Movimento ecumenico," pp. 6-9.
Antonio Calisi, "La vicenda dell'archimandrita Zinon di Pskov e la vocazione ecumenica dell'ieonografia: Raceonto di un inconografo Barese," pp. 10-11.
The following articles appear in Vol. 22, Nos. 1/2 (January/June, 2003):
Biagio Costa, "Vidisti fratrem tuum, vidisti Deum tuum: Regola aurea per una Charta del dialogo ecumenico," pp. 3-4.
Enrico M. Sironi, "Il valore ecumenico della preghiera del 'Rosario,'" pp. 9-17.
The following articles appear in Vol. 22, No. 4 (October-December, 2003):
Luca Ciacci, "Abbe Paul Couturier: pioniere dell'ecumenismo (1881-1953)," pp. 3-4.
Simona Paula Dobrescu, "La teologia ortodossa romena del sacramento dell'Eucaristia e I'enciclica Ecclesia Ecclesia
(Greek, ekklesia: “gathering of those summoned”) In ancient Greece, the assembly of citizens in a city-state. The Athenian Ecclesia already existed in the 7th century; under Solon it consisted of all male citizens age 18 and older. de Eucaristia," pp. 21-22.
Gerardo Cioffari, "Una vita per il Vangelo e i'ecumenismo," pp. 25-26.
Alberto Ambrosio, "Mediterraneo Domenicano in dialogo," pp. 29-30.
Eberhard Jungel, "Esultanza eucaristica: In cammino verso ver·so
n. pl. ver·sos
1. A left-hand page of a book or the reverse side of a leaf, as opposed to the recto.
2. The back of a coin or medal. la comunione nella Cena del Signore." Vol. 59, No. 1 (2004), 3-16.
Piero Stefani, "Un'ermeneutica non antigiudaica del Nuovo Testamento." Vol. 59, No. 2 (2004), 155-171.
Pro Dialogo (Vatican City)
The following articles appear in No. 115(1) (2004):
Michael L. Fitzgerald, "Une lecture dans la perspective des relations islamochretiennes," pp. 39-53.
Kevin McDonald, "Christians in a Multi-Faith Society," pp. 54-59.
Felix A. Machado, "Towards a Deepening Hindu-Christian Maitri," pp. 60-72.
The following articles appear in Nos. 116-117(2-3) (2004):
Michel Fedou, "The Development of Interreligious Dialogue after the Second Vatican Council Noun 1. Second Vatican Council - the Vatican Council in 1962-1965 that abandoned the universal Latin liturgy and acknowledged ecumenism and made other reforms
Vatican Council - each of two councils of the Roman Catholic Church : A Theological Reflection," pp. 172-194.
Khaled Akasheh, "Considerations on Forty Years of Religious Dialogue with Muslims (A Report)," pp. 195-204.
Chidi Denis Isizoh, "Forty Years of Dialogue with Religions in Sub-Saharan Africa and with Traditional Religions in the World (A Report)," pp. 205-215.
Maria Laura Marazzi, "Interreligious Dialogue in Latin America (A Report)," pp. 216-218.
Felix A. Machado, "Forty Years of Hindu-Christian Dialogue: A Catholic Perspective," pp. 21 9-227.
Felix A. Machado, "Forty Years of Sikh-Christian Dialogue (A Report)," pp. 228-230.
Linus S. Lee, "Forty Years of Dialogue with Buddhism: Realities, Difficulties, and Prospects," pp. 231-239.
Teresa Goncalves, "Sects and New Religious Movements This List of new religious movements (NRMs), lists groups founded after 1800 that either identify themselves as religious, ethical or spiritual organizations or are generally seen as such by religious scholars, which are independent of older denominations, churches, or religious : Interpretations during These Forty Years," pp. 240-243.
Felix A. Machado, "The Catholic Church in Dialogue with Believers of Other Religions in North America and Europe," pp. 264-267.
Felix A. Machado, "The Catholic Church in Dialogue with People of Other Religions in Asia," pp. 268-276.
A special section (pp. 281-315), "Public Session on the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the Institution of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue is a dicastery of the Roman Curia. It was erected by Pope Paul VI on May 19, 1964 as the Secretariat for Non-Christians, and later renamed by Pope John Paul II on June 28, 1988. ," includes articles by Michael Fitzgerald, Francis Arinze, Franco Cardini, Hans Ucko, Ahmed Merchergui, Kala Acharya For the pen name of D. Murdock, see .
An acharya is an important religious teacher. The word has different meanings in Hinduism and Jainism. In Hinduism
In the Hindu religion, an acharya (आचार्य) is a Divine personality , and Anuradha Senaviratna.
Sapienza: Rivista di filosofia e di teologia (Naples):
Nunzio Bombaci, "Dalla contrapposizione al dialogo: II rapporto tra ebraismo e cristianesimo da una prospettiva ebraica." Vol. 55, No. 4 (October-December, 2002), 399-412.
Ambrogio Giacomo Manno, "Scienza, fede, ragione: Una lezione dei Vedanta al pensiero occidentale." Vol. 56, No. 3 (July-September, 2003), 349-357.
Studi cattolici (Milan)
Angelo S. Lazzarotto, "E posibile riavviare il dialogo?" Vol. 46, Nos. 497-498 (July-August, 2002), 538-541.
Massimo Jevolella, "Le torri di Babele: Una ricorrenza, una coincidenza, un racconto." Vol. 46, No. 500 (October, 2002), 714-719.
Paolo Branca, "Il sufismo: un'altemativa all 'Islam politico?" Vol. 47, No. 503 (January, 2003), 50-51.
Nicola Guiso, "Occidente & Islam: la minaccia del relativismo." No. 524 (October, 2004), 716-721.
Studi Ecumenici (Venice)
The following articles appear in Vol. 20, No. 1 (January-March, 2002):
Tecle Vetrali, "Questo ecumenismo serve alia pace? Assisi, 24 gennaio 2002," pp. 7-11.
Lluis Oviedo, "La differenza protestante: una prospettiva sistemica," pp. 13-36.
Pompeo Piva, "Il dialogo nella societa pluralista," pp. 37-43.
Mario Flotio, "Quale qua·le
n. pl. qua·li·a
A property, such as whiteness, considered independently from things having the property.
[From Latin qu ospitalita eucaristica? A proposito del recente documento dottrinale 'One Bread One Body,'" pp. 45-53.
Giovanni Cereti, "II Servizio petrino del vescovo di Roma come ministero di comunione per la chiesa universale nei documenti del dialogo ecumenico. II," pp. 59-75.
The following articles appear in Vol. 20, No. 2 (April-June, 2002):
Jared Wicks, "II significato delle 'comunita ecclesiali' della Riforma," pp. 133-142.
Placido Placido may refer to any of the following: People
Placido is a traditional Spaniard clan name (see Clan Placido) and it is now a common given name and a less common surname.
It is also a fairly common surname in Southern Italy. Sgroi, "Per una teologia dcl dialogo (1): La koinonia come fondamento dell'ecumemsmo, del dialogo interreligioso e della teologia del pluralismo religioso," pp. 143-152.
Giorgio Vigna, "Il dialogo cristiano-ebraico: Appunti su 50 anni di storia 'E la radice che porta te,'" pp. 165-182.
The following articles appear in Vol. 20, No. 3 (July-September, 2002):
Tecle Vetrali, "Ecumenismo: Contenuto prezioso e contenitore fragile," pp. 235-237.
Teresa Francesca Rossi, "La fatica dell'interpretazione: ildocumento di Fede e Costituzione 'Un tesoro in vasi di creta,'" pp. 323-341.
The following articles appear in Vol. 20, No. 4 (October-December, 2002):
Angelo Scola, "'Ecclesiologia in prospettiva ecumenica: qualche linea de metodo,'" pp. 377-402.
Placido Sgroi, "Per una teologia de dialogo (2): La koinonia come ondamento dell'ecumenismo, del dialogo interreligioso e della teologia del pluralismo religioso," pp. 403-427.
JOrg Lauster, "Verso la piena comunione," pp. 429-440.
Pompeo Piva, "Carita e giustizia nel dialogo ecumenico," pp. 441-452.
The following articles appear in Vol. 21, No. 1 (January-March, 2003):
Tecle Vetrali, "II coraggio di dialogare: Una svolta o un assestamento nel CEC (Central Electronic Complex) The set of hardware that defines a mainframe, which includes the CPU(s), memory, channels, controllers and power supplies included in the box. Some CECs, such as IBM's Multiprise 2000 and 3000, include data storage devices as well. ?" pp. 11-30.
Vladimir Fedorov, "La chiesa ortodossa russa di fronte ai movimenti religiosi: con particolare riferimento alia situazione religiosa russa," pp. 63-86.
Tecle Vetrali, "Ecumenismo francescano," pp. 108-118.
The following articles appear in Vol. 21, No. 2 (April-June, 2003):
Roberto Giraldo, "Il mistero della chiesa, speranza dell'uomo," pp. 163-177.
Janusz Sity, "La chiesa ortodossa russa e l'ecumenismo," pp. 179-197.
Giovanni Cereti, "'Lo spirito santo vi insegnera ogni cosa' (Gv 14,26): La pace fra le
chiese e fra le religioni frutto dello spirito." Vol. 21, No. 3 (July-September, 2003), 333-346.
Olivo Bolzon and Marisa Restello, "Cristo Unica Pasqua: 'Incontrarsi per conoscersi, conoscersi per comprendersi, comprendersi per amarsi.'" Vol. 22, No. 3 (July-September, 2004), 375-380.
The following articles appear in Vol. 22, No. 4 (October-December, 2004): Eleuterio F. Fortino, "Il Decreto Unitatis Redintegratio a 40 anni dalla pubblicazione," pp. 391-415.
Emmanuel Lanne, "Ecumenismo e proselitismo, una scelta ineluttabile," pp. 417-432.
Vladimir Fedorov, "Una voce UNA VOCE. With one voice unanimously. ortodossa mssa sul problema del proselitismo," pp. 433-443.
Giuseppe Dal Ferro, "La convivenza fra le religionei e possible?" pp. 445-456.
Marino Decaro, "La Dichiarazione congiunta del 1997 ed il Consenso del 1999," pp. 457-470.
Olivo Bolzon, "Spiritualita ecumenica nella vita quotidiana," pp. 471-478.
Vita Monastlca (Florence)
Anna Bozzo, "L'Islam questo sconosciuto: Temi e problemi in un contesto di pluralismo religioso." Vol. 56, No. 221 (April-September, 2002), 93-125.
Bulletin of Keiwa College (Shibata)
The following articles appear in No. 12 (February, 2003):
Koichi Namiki, "Rethinking the Historical Development of Jewish Messianism, Part !: Messianism mes·si·a·nism
1. Belief in a messiah.
2. Belief that a particular cause or movement is destined to triumph or save the world.
3. Zealous devotion to a leader, cause, or movement. , Its Past and Present" (in Japanese), pp. 23-40.
Kota Yamada, "Rethinking the Historical Development of Jewish Messianism, Part 2,
Response from New Testament Studies" (in Japanese), pp. 41-47.
Tokiyuki Nobuhara, "A 'Buddhistic' Reinterpretation re·in·ter·pret
tr.v. re·in·ter·pret·ed, re·in·ter·pret·ing, re·in·ter·prets
To interpret again or anew.
re of Karl Barth's Argument for the Existence of God in Anselm: Fides Quarens Intellectum." No. 13 (February, 2004), 1-14.
Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture (Nagoya)
The following articles appear in No. 28 (2004):
Thomas Kirchner, "The 2003 East-West Spiritual Exchange," pp. 19-36.
James W. Heisig, "Fundamentalism in Dialogue," pp. 51-57.
International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture (Seoul)
Leonard Swidler, "The Best War against Terrorism: Dialogue among the Religions." Vol. 2 (February, 2003), 369-381.
The Spirit and the Church (Daejeon City)
The following articles appear in Vol. 4, No. 2 (November, 2002):
Charles L. Holman, "What Does It Mean Today to Be Spirit-Filled? Ephesians and Ecumenism (or Ecumenical Pneumatology pneu·ma·tol·o·gy
1. The doctrine or study of spiritual beings and phenomena, especially the belief in spirits intervening between humans and God.
2. The Christian doctrine of the Holy Ghost. )," pp. 151-160.
Bonjour Bay, "Charismatic Renewal and Its Inter-Denominational Dialogue," pp. 177-193.
The Near East School of Theology
The Near East School of Theology (NEST) is an interdenominational Protestant theological seminary serving the Evangelical churches of the Middle East and Theological Review (Beirut)
R. J. Mouawad, "Muslim Christians? The Strange Case of the White Maronites." Vol. 24, No. 1 (2003), 3-18.
The following articles appear in Vol. 24, No. 2 (2003):
Colin Chapman, "Is 'Jerusalem' a Christian Cause?" pp. 98-126.
S. A. Nigosian, "Formation of Jewish and Christian Scriptures," pp. 127-140.
AndMnesis (Mexico D.F.)
Manuel Anaut Espinosa, "El dialogo interreligioso: ?Identidad inclusiva o plural?" Vol. 10, No. 2(20) (July-December, 2000), 133-153.
Fernando Soto-Hay y Garcia, "?Unificar la fecha de la Pascua?" Vol. 11, No. 1(21) (January-June, 2001), 83-103.
Fernando Soto-Hay, "Catalogo de las denominaciones religiosas registradas en Mexico." Vol. 11, No. 2(22) (July-December, 2001), 175-185.
"Ecumenismo y trabajo interreligioso al servicio de los pobres." Vol. 65, No. 717 (March-April, 2000), 22-29.
Raquel Pastor, "Visi6n de Conjunto con·jun·to
n. pl. con·jun·tos
1. A dance band, especially in Latin America.
2. A style of popular dance music originating along the border between Texas and Mexico, characterized by the use of accordion, drums, ." Vol. 65, No. 718 (May-June, 2000), 7-11.
Jorge Pixley, "Don Sergio, pastor ecumenico." Vol. 67, No. 728 (January-February, 2002), 19-20.
Ignacio Diaz de Leon, "El ecumenismo: un providencial escollo." Vol. 67, No. 733 (November-December, 2002), 39-44.
The following articles appear in Vol. 65, No. 2 (2004):
Jacques Dupuis, "Renewal of Christianity through Interreligious Dialogue," pp. 131-143.
Marianne Moyaert, "Een kritische analyse van de pluralistische interreligieuze dialoog vanuit een particularistisch perspectief (A Critical Analysis of the Pluralistic Interreligious Dialogue from a Particularistie Perspective)," pp. 189-208.
Frederik Glorieux, "Dialoog en bevrijding: Aloysius Pieris Noun 1. Pieris - decorative evergreen shrubs of woody vines
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Ericaceae, family Ericaceae, heath family - heathers en een Aziatische theologie van de godsdiensten (Dialogue and Liberation: Aloysius Pieris and an Asian Theology of Liberation)." Vol. 65, No. 4 (2004), 417-441.
Tijdschrifl voor Theologie (Nijmegen)
The following articles appear in Vol. 43, No. 2 (April/May/June, 2003):
Huub van de Sandt, "Een vroege breuk tussen joden en christenen in de Didache? Indicaties in de eucharistische gebeden," pp. 124-139.
Marcel Poorthuis and Theo Salemink, "Het pausbezoek in 1985 en de nederlandse joden: Een onbegrepen episode," pp. 140-165.
Johannes A. van der Ven, "lnteractie en dialoog tussen religies in het perspectief der mensenrechten (Interreligious Interaction and Dialogue in a Human Rights Perspective)." Vol. 44, No. 2 (April/May/June, 2004), 151-176.
Tidsskrift for Teologi og Kirke (Oslo)
Olav Fykse Tveit, "John 17 and the Unity of the Believers: A Prayer for Identity through Relations." Vol 74, No. 1 (2003), 3-20.
Bente Afset, "Abraham Joshua Heschel--beundret og omstridt" (Abraham Joshua Heschel--Applauded and Disputed). Vol. 75, No. 1 (2004), 35-53.
East Asian Pastoral Review (Quezon City)
Thaddeus T. Tarhembe, "Jesus and the Samaritan Woman: A Model of Dialogue with the 'Other' (Jn. 4:5-29)." Vol. 40, No. 1 (2003), 44-61.
Joseph Ng Swee-Chun, "Christianity and Islam: Beyond History to the Will of the One and Only God." Vol. 40, No. 4 (2003), 383-406.
Thomas Michel, "Christian-Muslim Relations: Are We Missing the Real Story?" Vol. 41, No. 3 (2004), 240-247.
Philippiniana Sacra sa·cra
Plural of sacrum. (Manila)
Ernesto A. Lapitan, Jr., "'To Be or Not to Be': The Imprint of Ibn Sina and Ibn Rushd on Aquinas's Philosophy of Being." Vol. 38, No. 112 (January-April, 2003), 123-142.
A selection of passages from one or more authors; an anthology.
[Latin collct Theologica (Warsaw)
The following articles appear in Vol. 73, No. 1 (2003):
Ryszard Rubinkiewicz, "Glowne linie dokumentu Papieskiej Komisji Biblijnej 'Narod zydowski i jego Swiete Pisma w Biblii chrzescijanskiej,'" pp. 9-18.
Miroslaw Wrobel, "'Zydzi' w Ewangelii Janowej," pp. 19-36.
Waldemar Chrostowski, "Koscioi a Izrael," pp. 73-94.
Antoni Tronina, "Judaizm a chrzescijanstwo w I wieku: Koegzystencja czy konfrontacja?" pp. 117-137.
Artur Malina, "Jednosc Bozego planu zbawienia," pp. 139-150.
The following articles appear in Vol. 73, No. 2 (2003):
Waldemar Chrostowski, "Dokument Papieskiej Komisji Biblijnej 'Narod zydowski i jego Swiete Pisma w Biblii chrzescijanskiej.' XIII Sympozjum Teologiczne 'Kosciol a Zydzi i Judaizm,' Warszawa, 22 V 2002," pp. 5-12.
Tomasz Klibengajtis, "Logos wychowawca Zydow ku prawdzie w koncepcji Klemensa z Aleksandrii. Przyczynek do badan nad filosemityzmem Ojcow Kosciola," pp. 13-37.
Andrzej Sobieraj, "Smierc Jezusa Chrystusa z perspecktywy dialogu chrzescijansko-zydowskiego," pp. 39-59.
Franciszek Bogdan, "Udzial swieckich w dialogu ekumenicznym i miedzyreligijnym." Vol. 74, No. 1 (2004), 147-154.
The following articles appear in Vol. 74, Special Issue (2004):
Eugeniusz Sakowicz, "Die Kritik am interreligiosen Dialog durch die Priesterbruderschaft St. Pius X," pp. 201-217.
Ignacy Bokwa, "Pluralistiche Religionstheologie und Okumene," pp. 21 9-233.
The following articles appear in Vol. 74, No. 2 (2004):
Waldemar Chrostowski, "Ziemia Swieta: XIV Sympozjum Teologiczne 'Kosciol a Zydzi i judaizm,' Wydzia! Teologiczny Uniwersytetu Mikotaja Kopemika, Torun, 6 XI 2003" (The Holy Land: XIV Theological Symposium, "The Church, Jews, and Judaism, Torun, November 6, 2003"), pp. 5-8.
Waidemar Chrostowski, "Czyja Ziemia Swieta--panorama historyczna" (To Whom Belongs the Holy Land: A Historical Overview), pp. 9-45.
Stanislaw Jankowski, "Obietnica ziemi w Starym Testameneie" (The Promise of the Land in the Old Testament), pp. 47-62.
Artur Malina, "Swietosc ziemi, Jerozolimy i swiatyni w czasach Nowego Testamentu (Kelim 1, 6-9)" (Sanctity of the Land: Jerusalem and the Temple in New Testament Times), pp. 63-81.
Janem Bereza, "Dialog z religiami niechrzescijanskimi." Vol. 78, No. 4 (2004), 12-14.
The Muslim World League The Muslim World League (MWL, or Rabita from Rabita al-Alam al-Islami) is one of the largest Islamic non-governmental organizations. It was founded in 1962 by Muslim religious figures from 22 countries in Mecca.
The current Secretary General is Dr. Journal (Makkah Al-Mukarramah)
"MWL MWL Muslim World League
MWL Most Wanted Live (band)
MWL Muslim Women's League (Los Angeles, CA, USA)
MWL Mean Water Level
MWL Modality Work List (medical imaging) Delegation Visits Italy: Leading the Muslims' Dialogue with the West." Vol. 30, No. 12 (February, 2003), 32-38.
"Non-Muslims through Islamic History." Vol. 31, No. 4 (June, 2003), 29-31.
Bogoslovni vestnik (Ljubljana)
The following articles appear in Vol. 64, No. 1 (2004):
Magdalena Sverc, "Projekt 'Kultura religij' v Bosni in Hercegovini" (The Project "Culture of Religions" in Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina (bŏz`nēə, hĕrtsəgōvē`nə), Serbo-Croatian Bosna i Hercegovina, country (2005 est. pop. 4,025,000), 19,741 sq mi (51,129 sq km), on the Balkan peninsula, S Europe. ), pp. 79-98.
Martin Jaggle, "Die Aufgabe der Schule im multireligiosen Europa," pp. 139-155.
Ivan Koprek, "Posredovanje i prenosenje vrijednosti u pluralnom drustvu," pp. 157-170.
The following articles appear in Vol. 64, No. 2 (2004):
Lucija Pavlovic, "Zgodovinske in teoloske osnove judovskega praznika jom kipur" (Historical and Theological Foundations of the Jewish Feast Yom Kippur), pp. 271-295.
Drago Karl Ocvirk, "Doktriname razlike med krscanstvom in islamom in njihove druzbene implikacije" (Some Doctrinal Differences between Christianity and Islam and Their Societal Implications), pp. 317-330.
Jozef Smej, "Nouvi zakon Stevana Kuzmica (1771) v luci sodobnega ekumenizma" (The 1771 New Testament of Kuzmic from the Modern Ecumenical Point of View), pp. 331-342.
Journal of Theology for Southern Africa (Pietermaritzburg)
Philippe Denis, "Fedsem Ten Years Later: The Unwritten History of an Ecumenical Seminary." No. 117 (November, 2003), 68-79.
Missionalia (Menlo Park)
Johannes Reimer, "Mission as Kenotic Action: Understanding Orthodox Theology of Mission." Vol. 32, No. 1 (April, 2004), 68-83.
Jesus Gonzalez Valles, "Apofatismo y acceso al absoluto en las religiones orientales y en el cristianismo." Vol. 34, No. 2 (July-December, 2001), 483-498.
Dialogo Ecumenico (Salamanca)
The following articles appear in Vol. 34, No. 108 (1999):
Jose Joaquin Alemany Briz, "Personalidad ecumenica de O. Cullman: Recuerdo y Homenaje," pp. 7-20.
Relacion de la Comision International Anglicano-Catolica Romana (ARCIC II) 1999, "El don de la Autoridad (La autoridad en la Iglesia III)," pp. 67-101.
Relacion de ia Cuarta Fase (1990-1997) del Dialogo Internacional entre la Iglesia Catolica Romana y algunas lglesias y Dirigentes Pentecostales clasicos, "Evangelizacion, Proselitismo y Testimonio Comun," pp. 103-152.
The following articles appear in Vol. 34, Nos. 109-110 (1999):
Juan Cruz Arranz Cuesta cuesta (kwĕs`tə), asymmetric ridge characterized by a short, steep escarpment on one side, and a long, gentle slope on the other. The steep side exposes the edge of erosion-resistant rock layers that form the cuestas. , "Antecedentes y preparacion del difilogo teologico internacional entre la Iglesia Catolica y la Iglesia Ortodoxa Bizantina," pp. 203-243.
Santiago Madrigal madrigal, name for two different forms of Italian music, one related to the poetic madrigal in the 14th cent., the other the most common form of secular vocal music in the 16th cent. , "W. Pannenberg, interprete del Concilio Vaticano II," pp. 245-286.
Sebastia Janeras, "Valor valor
a rodenticide no longer marketed because of toxicity in horses causing dehydration, abdominal pain, hindlimb weakness, inappetence, fishy smell in urine. Called also N-3-pyridyl methyl N1-p-nitrophenyl urea. ecumenico del Tropario O monogenes," pp. 299-315.
Jose J. Alemany, "Impulsos ecumenicos en la Compania de Jesus reciente," pp. 317-344.
Fernando Rodriguez Garrapucho, "Catolicos y Anglicanos, ?de acuerdo sobre la autoridad en la Iglesia?" pp. 345-397.
Santiago del Cura CURA Community-University Research Alliance
CURA Centre Universitaire de Recherche en Astrologie
CURA Cambridge University Rifle Association Elena, "Hablar de Dios en los umbrales del tercer milenio: tarea y oportunidad para el ecumenismo," pp. 399-428.
Julian Garcia Hernando, "La vida de consagracion en el camino hacia la unidad," pp. 449-472.
A special section on "Comentarios en tomo a la 'Declaracion conjunta' luterano-catolica sobre la justificacion" includes the following articles:
Jutta Burggraf, "Juan de Staupitz: El maestro de Martin Lutero," pp. 523-533.
Angel Galindo Garcia, "La justificacion por la fe: Los votos de los segovianos en Trento 455 anos despues," pp. 535-554.
Josep M. Rovira Belloso, "?Son complementarios el don habitual inherente al alma y el 'simul iustus et peccator'?" pp. 555-564.
Hector Vail Vilardell, "Comentario al documento 'Declaracion conjunta sobre la doctrina de la justificacion,'" pp. 565-572.
Pedro Rodriguez, "Eclesiologia y doctrina de la justficacion," pp. 573-581.
Manuel Gesteira Garza, "La formula 'simul iustus et peccator' y su reflejo en la 'Declaracion sobre la justificacion,'" pp. 583-613.
Jose R. Villar, "'Iglesia y justificacion' en el dialogo luterano-catolico," pp. 615-625.
Harding Meyer, "La 'Declaracion comun (catolico-luterana) sobre la doctrina de la justificacion' de 1999," pp. 627-650.
Angelo Maffeis, "La reconciliacion posible: el acuerdo catolico-luterano sobre la doctrina de la justificacion," pp. 651-674.
Fernando Rodriguez Garrapucho, "'Eclesialidad de la salvacion' en el dialogo luterano-catolico sobre la justificacion." Vol. 35, No. 111 (2000), 7-39.
Jutta Burggrat, "Hacia un 'ecumenismo de las religiones'?" Vol. 35, No. 112 (2000), 283-301.
The following articles appear in Vol. 38, No. 120 (2003):
Maria del Carmen Marquez Beunza, "Hermeneutica, eclesiologia, contextualidad: cuestiones emergentes en el proceso de o del BEM BEM British Empire Medal ," pp. 7-54.
Maximo Garcia Ruiz, "La justificacion por la fe (sola?) (Una reflexion protestante)," pp. 55-64.
Jorge Juan Fernandez Sangrador, "Las aportaciones de los 'otros' a la Biblia: Anotaciones para cotribuir a una hermeneutica ecumenica," pp. 65-92.
Fernando Rodriguez Garrapucho, "Actualidad del Ecumenismo en Espana a la luz de Concilio Vaticano II," pp. 93-123.
A special issue on "40 anos del decreto conciliar con·cil·i·ar
Of, relating to, or generated by a council: a conciliar appointment made by the governor; conciliar edicts. Unitatis redintegratio: evocacion historica y perspective de futuro" (Vol. 39, Nos. 124-125 ) includes articles by Juan Cruz Arnanz Cuesta, Santiago Madrigal Terrazas, Pedro Langa, Fernando Rodriguez Garrapucho, Santiago del Cura Elena, Riccardo Buringana, Dimitrios Salachas, Pedro Rodriguez, and Jose R. Villar, and Angelo Maffeis (pp. 239-670).
Razon y fe (Madrid)
Samir Khalil Samir Samir Khalil Samir (* 1938 in Cairo) is an Islamic scholar, Semitist, Orientalist and a Catholic Theologian.
Samir joined the Jesuit order in 1955 in Aix-en-Provence and undertook the study of Philosophy, Theology and Islamic studies. , "Cristianos en el munda arabe." Vol. 248, No. 1261 (November, 2003), 265-280.
Jaume Flaquer Garcia, "Islam: el reto de la modernidad." Vol. 248, No. 1262 (December, 2003), 327-345.
Swedish Missiological Themes (Svensk Missions Tidskrift) (Uppsala)
A special issue on "Christian Perceptions of Buddha: Proceedings of the European Network of Buddhist-Christian Studies' Conference Held in Lund, May, 2001" (Vol. 90, No. 1 ) includes the following articles:
Aasulv Lande, "Interreligious Fellowship: A Kind of Pilgrimage?" pp. 5-16.
Perry Schmidt-Leukel, "Buddha and Christ as Mediators of SalvificTranscendent Reality," pp. 17-38.
Elizabeth J. Harris, "Christian Perceptions of the Buddha in Sri Lanka," pp. 39-62.
Kosuke Koyama, "Creation, Space, and Time," pp. 63-68.
Sulak Sivaraksa, "What Do I as an Eastern Buddhist Expect Westerners to Discover in the Buddha?" pp. 69-76.
Kosuke Koyama, "What Can Christians Contribute to the Understanding of Buddhism in Thailand?" pp. 77-83.
Sulak Sivaraksa, "What Can Christians Contribute to an Understanding of Buddhism in Thailand?" pp. 85-91.
Hakan Eilert, "Buddha in Karl Ludvig Reichelt's Theology," pp. 93-102.
Rolv Olsen, "True or False? The Liturgical Contextualisation Efforts of Karl Ludvig Reichelt and the Tao Fong Shan Christian Institute, 1930-55," pp. 103-128.
A special issue on "New Trends in Ecumenism" (Vol. 92, No. 1 ) includes the following articles:
Aruna Gnanadason,'"New Trends in Ecumenism: Challenges and Possibilities," pp. 7-20.
Jacques Dupuis, "Interreligious Dialogue, a Challenge to Christian Identity," pp. 21-40.
Viggo Mortensen, "Religious Change as a Challenge to Ecumenical Methods and Processes," pp. 41-54.
John D'Arcy May, "Visible Unity as Realised Catholicity," pp. 55-61.
Peter Bexell, "How to Express the Visible Unity of Churches," pp. 63-68.
Anna Karin Hammar, "Staying Together? On Ecumenism, Homosexuality, and Love," pp. 69-82.
Jorn Henrik Olsen, "Arts as a Medium of Church Unity," pp. 83-97.
A special issue on "The Dynamics of Mission and Dialogue: Studies in Honour of Aasulv Lande" (Vol. 92, No. 3 ) includes the following articles:
Carl Sundberg, "Christianity in Dialogue with African History and Culture," pp. 329-348.
Elisabeth J. Harris, "Co-existence, Confrontation, and Co-responsibility: Looking at Buddhist Models of Inter-religious Relationships," pp. 349-369.
John D'Arcy May, "Loving Nothingness? Possibilities of Prayer in Buddhism and Christianity Buddhism and Christianity are two major religions that are compared and contrasted by scholars, with parallels between the two revolving around perceived similarities in the teachings and in the spiritual intent and practices. ," pp. 371-381.
Jesper Svartvik, "Monotheism and Monopoly: A Match Made in Heaven or a Marriage of Convenience?" pp. 427-461.
Andrew Wingate, "Mission as Dialogue--A Contextual Study from Leicester, UK," pp. 463-488.
The following articles are included in Vol. 92, No. 4 (2004):
Lisbeth Mikaelsson, "Missional Religion--with Special Emphasis on Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam," pp. 523-538.
Notto R. Thelle, "Missionary Religions: A Buddhist Perspective," pp. 539-542.
Jan Opsal, "Islam as a Missional Religion," pp. 543-550.
Current Dialogue (Geneva Geneva, canton and city, Switzerland
Geneva (jənē`və), Fr. Genève, canton (1990 pop. 373,019), 109 sq mi (282 sq km), SW Switzerland, surrounding the southwest tip of the Lake of Geneva. )
The following articles appear in No. 42 (December, 2003):
Douglas Pratt, "Contextual Paradigms for Interfaith Relations," pp. 3-9.
Gosbert T. M. Byamungu, "Introduction to the Seminar: Interpreting Sacred Scriptures in Pluralistic Contexts: 'Intertextual Possibility of Interfaith Hermeneutics of Retrieval,'" pp. 10-11.
Aimee Moiso, "Reflections on the Bossey Seminar: Interpreting Sacred Scriptures in Pluralistic Contexts," pp. 12-13.
Ghelong Thubten Rinchen, "A Hermeneutic her·me·neu·tic also her·me·neu·ti·cal
[Greek herm Approach in the Interpretation of the Holy Scriptures: Finding Established Meanings or God's Hidden Will," pp. 14-16.
John Ponnusamy, "Reflections on the Convergence of Creation Stories in Hindu, Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Faiths," pp. 17-19.
Chidi Denis Isizoh, "Who Made the Drum Knows What Is Inside It: Interpreting Sacred Messages in African Traditional Religion
Katrin Amell, "Application of Buddhist Praxis in Christianity," pp. 22-26.
C. T. Kurien, "Communal Harmony: A Societal Perspective" (Stanley Samartha Memorial Lecture, 2003, Bangalore Initiative for Religious Dialogue, in association with United Theological College This article is about school in Bangalore. For school in Wales, see United Theological College Aberystwyth.
United Theological College (UTC) is a theological seminary situated in the southern city of Bangalore in the state of Karnataka in South India. and the YMCA YMCA
in full Young Men's Christian Association
Nonsectarian, nonpolitical Christian lay movement that aims to develop high standards of Christian character among its members. ), pp. 27-32.
"Budhists, Christians, and the Doctrine of Creation: Fifth Conference of the European Network of Buddhist-Christian Studies, Samye Ling, Scotland, 16-19 May 2003," pp. 33-34.
Philip Lewis, "W.C.C. Consultation in Turkey: A Personal Reflection," pp. 36-37.
Hans Ucko, "Reflections after a Jewish-Christian Dialogue in Temple Emanu-El, New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of ," pp. 38-40.
K. P. Aleaz, "A Strife from India to 'Think Together' on Jesus," pp. 41-43.
The following articles appear in No. 43 (July, 2004):
LaVerne M. Gill, comp., "The Group Report on Models, Tools, and Inter-faith Gatherings for Peace-building: From the 6th W. A. Visser't Hooft Memorial Consultation-Religion, Power, and Violence, a Consultation for Inter-religious Peace Building, 8-13 June 2004," pp. 4-10.
John D'Arcy May, "The Dialogue of Religions: Source of Knowledge? Means of Peace?" pp. 11-18.
R. Sampatkumar, "Promoting Human Rights and Peace: The Role of Religion," pp. 19-23.
A Rashied Omar, "A Belated Muslim Response to the Humanitarian Crisis in Darfur," pp. 24-28.
Parichart Suwanbubbha, "A Theravada Buddhist-Christian Consultation: Towards a Culture of Religious Diversity and Communal Harmony, Organised by the World Council of Churches, Tao Fung Shah Centre, Shatin, Hong Kong, 2-6 July 2004," pp. 29-35.
Samuel Kobia, "The Spiritual Dimension to Promote Peace and Communal Harmony" (Address by WCC WCC n abbr (= World Council of Churches) → COE m (Conseil œcuménique des Églises)
WCC n abbr (= World Council of Churches) → Weltkirchenrat m General Secretary at the Theravada Buddhist-Christian Consultation, Hong Kong, 2-6 July, 2004), pp. 36-38.
"Towards a Culture of Religious Diversity and Communal Harmony: Report from a Consultation of Theravada Buddhists and Christian Leaders," pp. 39-41.
Clare Amos, Michael Ipgrave, Susanne Mitchell, and Andrew Wingate, "Inter-Faith Integrity and Christian Witness: A Consultation in Bangalore," pp. 42-48.
Reda Benkirane, "What the Islamic Veil Unveils about French Universalism Universalism
Belief in the salvation of all souls. Arising as early as the time of Origen and at various points in Christian history, the concept became an organized movement in North America in the mid-18th century. ," pp. 49-51.
The following articles appear in No. 44 (December, 2004):
Hans Ucko, "Africa's Contribution to the Religious and Spiritual Heritage of the World," pp. 4-9.
Thomas Ryan, "Catholic Perspectives on Interreligious Relations," pp. 18-27.
A. Rashied Omar, "Religion, Power, and Violence: Illuminating the Nexus," pp. 28-32.
A. Rashied Omar, "Islam: Resources for Peace," pp. 33-34.
Abe W. Ata, "Cross Religious Misunderstanding or a Clash between Civilizations in Australia," pp. 35-42.
David Harslett, "Sacred Places in Asia and Their Contemporary Relevance," pp. 43-52.
Jesper Svartvik, "Christological and Soteriological so·te·ri·ol·o·gy
The theological doctrine of salvation as effected by Jesus.
[Greek st Reflections in the Wake of Half a Century of Intense and Improved Jewish-Christian Relations," pp. 54-60.
The Ecumenical Review (Geneva)
The following articles appear in Vol. 56, No. 2 (April, 2004), a special issue on "Heino Falcke and 'The Church for Others': Orthodox Perspectives on the Church":
Stephen Brown, "Introduction to Heino Falcke," pp. 160-165.
Heino Falcke, "Christ Liberates--Therefore, the Church for Others" (1972), pp. 166-183.
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