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    38:1 (Winter, 2001)

"The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification": Soteriological and Ecclesiological Implications (2001 Annual Conference of the North American Academy of Ecumenists)
   by Darlis J. Swan
The Joint Declaration: A Faith and Order Perspective
    by Alan D. Falconer     5
Response to Alan D. Falconer's "The Joint Declaration: A Faith and Order Perspective"
    by Lynne F. Lorenzen     17
The Lutheran-Roman Catholic Agreement on Justification: Its Ecumenical Significance and Scope from a Methodist Point of View
    by Geoffrey Wainwright     20
Bumuntu: An African Response to the Lutheran-Roman Catholic Agreement on Justification
    by Mutombo Nkulu-N'Sengha     43
The Lutheran-Roman Catholic Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification: Soteriological and Ecclesiological Implications from an Anglican Perspective
    by William H. Petersen     50
Soteriological Issues in the 1999 Lutheran-Catholic Joint Declaration on Justification: An Orthodox Perspective
    by Lucian Turcescu     64
Justification and Deification--Problematic Synthesis: A Response to Lucian Turcescu
    by George Vandervelde     73
The Joint Declaration, Method, and the Hermeneutics of Ecumenical Consensus
    by Catherine E. Clifford     79
Covenantal Concepts of Justice and Righteousness, and Catholic-Protestant Reconciliation: Theological Implications and Explorations
    by Jason J. Ripley     95

    38:2-3 (Spring-Summer, 2001)

Presbyterians Pioneer the Vatican II Sunday Lectionary: Three Worship Models Converge
    by Harry E. Winter     127
Religionless Christianity and Vulnerable Discipleship: The Interfaith Promise of Bonhoeffer's Theology
    by David H. Jensen     151
Vatican II on Ecumenism and the Eastern Orthodox Church
    by Vladimir Kharlamov     168
"Dialogue and Proclamation" a Decade Later: A Retreat?
    by Mark Plaiss     189
The Prayer of the Holy Name in Eastern and Western Spiritual Traditions: A Theoretical, Cross-Cultural, and Intercultural Prayer Dialogue
    by E. James Baesler     196
Newman and Luther on Justification
    by Thomas L. Sheridan     217
Heschel and the Christians
    by Michael A. Chester     246
The Disarming Word: Reading Scripture in the Boundary Zones
    by Carol Schersten LaHurd     271
The Word of God: What Can Christians Learn from Muslim Attitudes toward the Qur'~n?
    by Alfons Teipen     286
Jews and Christians in Germany: A New but Still Troubled Relationship
    by Fredrick C. Holmgren     298
Jewish-Christian Relations and the Ethical Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas: "At the Very Moment Where All Is Lost, Everything Is Possible"
    by Glenn Morrison     316
Religious Pluralism: A Challenge for Muslims--A Theological Evaluation
    by Mahmut Aydin     330
Resources for Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue

How We Chinese Should Relate to the Global Ethic
    by Lihua Liu     379 

    38:4 (Fall, 2001) 

Dialogue Between Incommensurate Partners: Prospects for Common Testimony
    by Walter Brueggemann     383
Toward a Theological Understanding of the Pentecostal Appeal to Experience
    by Peter Althouse     399
"Dominus Iesus" and the Ecumenical Dialogue with Catholics
    by Vincent P. Branick     412
Christology in the Reformed-orthodox Dialogue
    by Steven C. Salaris     432
The Diaspora Church in Indonesia: Mangunwijaya on Nationalism, Humanism and Catholic Praxis
    by Mujiburrahman     444
God the Father in Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity: Transformed Background or Common Ground?
    by Alon Goshen-Gottstein     470

BOOK REVIEWS     109-117, 356-359,

BOOKS RECEIVED     118-121, 359,


ECUMENICAL RESOURCES     122-126, 365-

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