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JOURNAL OF ECUMENICAL STUDIES
INDEX FOR VOLUME THIRTY-NINE, 2002

Volume 39, Numbers 1-2 (Winter-Spring, 2002) 

INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE TOWARD RECONCILIATION IN MACEDONIA AND BOSNIA 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

        by Paul Mojzes and Leonard Swidler............................... 1

PART ONE

CONFIDENCE-BUILDING BETWEEN THE CHURCHES AND viagra fast delivery RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES IN MACEDONIA

THROUGH DIALOGUE

Introduction: How Interreligious Dialogue Can Contribute to a Brighter Future for Macedonia
        by Paul Mojzes............................................................ 3
Greetings
        by President Boris Trajkovski........................................ 7

SECTION 1

JEWISH-CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM INTERNATIONAL TRIALOGUE

Living with the “Other”
        by Miroslav Volf............................................................ 8
Da‘wah or Dialogue?
        by Asghar Ali Engineer................................................ 26 
The Religious Contribution to Developing Shared Values and brand viagra over the net Peace
        by Mehmet S. Aydin.................................................... 32
A Response to Mehmet Aydin
        by Lewis John Eron..................................................... 39
Religious and viagra uk purchase Civic Nationalism: A Response to Mehmet Aydin
        by David Little............................................................. 42
Argue, for God’s Sake—Or, A Jewish Argument for Argument
        by Reuven Firestone.................................................... 47
A Muslim Contribution to Confidence-Building
        by Aslam Syed........................................................... 58 
The Church and price cialis the Religious Communities following the War Conflict and cialis soft Unrest
        by Ratomir Grozdanoski............................................... 62

SECTION 2

MACEDONIAN DIALOGUE ON CONFIDENCE-BUILDING

A Dialogue for Trust: Presentation of the Macedonian Orthodox Church
        by Jovan Takovski...................................................... 64
Islamic Humanism: A Foundation for Interreligious Dialogue
        by Ismail Bardhi.......................................................... 66
Dialogue Based on the Foundations that Connect Us:
A Contribution toward Strengthening Relations among the Churches and Religious Communities in Macedonia
        by Kiro Stojanov......................................................... 73 
Building Trust among the Churches and Religious Communities in Macedonia through Dialogue
        by Mihail Cekov.......................................................... 76 

SECTION 3

FURTHER CONTRIBUTIONS TO DIALOGUE

Common Elements of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
        by Paul Mojzes and Leonard Swidler............................. 80
The Role of Religious Leaders in Times of Conflict in Multinational and cialis no prescription Multireligious Societies: A Contribution toward Interreligious Dialogue in Macedonia
        by Paul Mojzes........................................................... 82
Religion: The Missing Element in Dialogue
        by Alan Race.............................................................. 87
Patience as a Precondition for Peace and cialis visa Tolerance
        by Aco Aleksandar Girevski......................................... 96
Nurturing a Culture of Dialogue: A Journey from Violence to Cooperation
        by Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan...................... 100
A Dialogue Experience of a Japanese Catholic
        by Filo Hirota............................................................ 103 
Recent Patriarchal Encyclicals on Religious Tolerance and buy cialis fedex shipping Peaceful Coexistence
        by George Papademetriou.......................................... 105 
Whence and no rx cialis Whither Islam?
        by Leonard Swidler.................................................... 110
Press Release.................................................................. 112 

PART TWO

CONTRIBUTIONS BY RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES

TO RECONCILIATION IN BOSNIA

Foreword
        by Heinz-Gerhard Justenhoven................................... 113
Religiously Inspired Reconciliation in Bosnia and best way to use cialis Herzegovina: Introductory Remarks
        by Paul Mojzes......................................................... 115 
The Theological and buying cialis next day delivery Spiritual Aspects of Reconciliation in an Orthodox Key
        by Vladimir Zelinsky.................................................. 119 
Toward a Theology and no prescription viagra Praxis of Reconciliation
        by R. Scott Appleby.................................................. 132
Reconciliation in Islamic Theology
        by Mahmut Aydin...................................................... 141 
Fractured Land, Healing Nations: Religious Barriers and usa pharmacy viagra Contributions toward Reconciliation in Post-War Bosnia and Herzegovina
        by Stephen R. Goodwin............................................. 151
Reconciliation in Bosnia and the Phenomenology of a Little People:The Serbs, Europe, and the Liberation of Our Reconciled Future Liberty
        by Damjan de Krnjevi-Miškovi ................................... 165
Reconciliation in Bosnia-Herzegovina in the Perspective of Its Catholic Inhabitants
        by Mato Zovki .......................................................... 181 
But, There Is No Other Way: Reconciliation among Muslims, Serbian Orthodox, and Catholics—An Islamic View
        by Adnan Silajdi ....................................................... 186 
Work at the Jajce Youth Center: Concrete Civilian Peace Service
        by Viola Pugell.......................................................... 193 
A Second Glance at Working for Reconciliation: Pax Christi’s Work in Banja Luka and Zenica
        by Ajša Babai, Goran Bulaji, and Stephanie van de Loo......................... 199 
The Center for Religious Dialogue: Activities and Future Steps regarding the Dialogue between Different Religious Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina
        by Vjekoslav Šaje..................................................... 210
Authors in This Collection.................................................. 213 

Volume 39, Numbers 3-4 (Summer-Fall, 2002) 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ARTICLES:


J
UDAISMS AND INCARNATIONAL THEOLOGIES: MAPPING OUT THE PARAMETERS OF DIALOGUE
        by Alon Goshen-Gottstein...........................................219

COMMUNION TERMINOLOGY IN THE LUTHERAN-ROMAN CATHOLIC INTERNATIONAL DIALOGUE IN LIGHT OF THE KOINONIA LANGUAGE OF THE CANBERRA STATEMENT
        by Lorelei F. Fuchs ....................................................248

FIDES ET RATIO AND THE FUTURE OF COMPARATIVE THEOLOGY
        by Thomas A. Forsthoefel ...........................................276

"GOD'S GRACE EFFECTS WHAT HE DECLARES": SCRIPTURAL SUPPORT FOR THE AGREEMENT ON JUSTIFICATION IN THE JOINT DECLARATION ON THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION AND SALVATION AND THE CHURCH
        by Scott A. Celsor  .....................................................289

THE INTEGRATED SPIRITUALITY OF THE BHAGAVAD GITA—AN INSIGHT FOR CHRISTIANS: A CONTRIBUTION TO THE HINDU-CHRISTIAN DIALOGUE
        by Sebastian Painadath ..............................................305

TOWARD THE OTHER: CHRISTIANITY AND BUDDHISM ON DESIRE
        by Thomas E. Reynolds  ..............................................325

BEGINNING WITHOUT END: CHRISTIANITY IN FRANZ ROSENZWEIG'S STAR OF REDEMPTION
        by Jeremy Worthen ......................................................340

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

THE IDEA OF RECEPTION AND THE FAMILY IN ECUMENICAL DIALOGUE
        by Ji-il Tark .................................................................  363

CHURCH UNITY AND THE NECESSITY OF NONVIOLENCE
        by Craig M. Watts    368

CATHOLICISM AND SCIENCE: RENEWING THE CONVERSATION
        by James L. Heft............................................................ 376

BOOK REVIEWS 
................................................................   381

BOOKS RECEIVED 
.............................................................   385

ECUMENICAL EVENTS:

Establishment of the Institute for Interreligious and Intercultural Research and Dialogue
        tr. George C. Papademetriou ............................................399

Symposium: A Theology of Local Interfaith and Ecumenical Relations
        by A. David Bos ...............................................................400

Boston Conference Report on the Power of Bishops
        by Ronald T. Englund ........................................................401

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES 
....................................................404




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