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edited by Leon Klenicki and Geoffrey Wigoder
The major theological and religious topics of the Jewish-Christian dialogue, treated separately by a Christian scholar and a Jewish scholar.
Comparing the Spiritualities of John of the Cross and Buddhaghosa
Engages in an interreligious dialogue with St. John of the Cross and Bhadantacariya Buddhaghosa as representatives of Christian and Buddhist paths to liberation.
Christian Theology and Non-Christian Religions
James L. Fredericks
Explores the current debate about a pluralistic theology of religions, which fails to provide an adequate response to religious diversity. In its place the author suggests we begin to think about Christianity by comparing it with other religious ...
An Introduction to Judaism (Second Edition)
Stephen M. Wylen
A comprehensive survey of Judaism, its history, beliefs, practices and customs, branches and sects, from its founding to the present day.
Thomas G. Casey SJ
A compilation of essays by international Jewish and Christian scholars that tackles a series of issues foundational for the proper understanding of Pauline thought.
Spirituality & Mysticism Evolutionary World
Ursula King; foreword by Joseph Needham
An in-depth examination of Teilhard de Chardin's knowledge of the Middle and Far East, especially China, his comments on eastern religions, and his comparative reflections on mysticism and spirituality.
Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger
Collected interviews and addresses by the "Jewish cardinal" that treat such diverse topics as his conversion, the State of Israel, the Shoah, and Jewish-Christian relations.
Richard C. Lux
This book presents new models for understanding our bond with the Jewish people, the religious significance of the Holy Land, and a theological understanding of the State of Israel.
Preaching Without Anti-Judaism
Rev. Daniel J. Harrington
Presents the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke in an interpretative context that frees them from Anti-Judaism and Anti-Semitism.
Nineteen Lives Given, 19 Lives Share
Martin McGee, OSB
Tells the moving story of the nineteen priests and sisters who were assassinated in Algeria between 1994 and 1996 during a reign of terror by Islamic fundamentalists.
Sourcebook for Interreligious Study
Eugene F. Gorski,
A comprehensive entry-level study of all the major world religions, from the major monotheistic faiths (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) to the lesser-known polytheistic religions (Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Jainism).
Preaching without Anti-Judaism
George M. Smiga
Surveying lectionary passages from the Gospel of John which hold the potential for a false and detrimental presentation of Jews or Judaism, this book offers preachers and catechists a way to use such passages without misrepresentation or ...
Insights into his Commentary on Roman 9-11
Steven C. Boguslawski, OP
The author maintains that Thomas Aquinas in his Commentary on Romans uses predestination and election as hermeneutical keys to understand Romans 9-11 and to sustain a positive theological view of the Jewish people.
Dr. Peter A. Huff
A brief, comprehensive, and balanced introduction to major trends in the academic study of fundamentalism, aimed at both college and seminary students as well as the general reader.
An examination of the imperative of interreligious dialogue within the world and within the United States: an introduction to both individuals and study-groups to the exciting and necessary enterprise in its several modalities.
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