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JOURNAL OF ECUMENICAL STUDIES INDEX FOR VOLUME FORTY-FOUR (2009)


Volume 44, Number 1 (Winter 2009)

EVANGELICAL-JEWISH RELATIONS:

POLITICS, POLICY, AND THEOLOGY

 

ARTICLES:

 

INTRODUCTION

by Nancy Isserman                1

 

CONTRIBUTORS 7

 

EVANGELICAL PROSELYTIZING AT THE U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY:

THE CIVILIAN-MILITARY CONTROVERSY, 2004–2006

by Anne C. Loveland              11

 

PLURALISM, POSTMODERNITY, AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY:

THE ABIDING NECESSITY OF FREE SPEECH AND RELIGIOUS

CONVICTIONS IN THE PUBLIC SQUARE

by Peter A. Lillback                26

 

TO FIX THE WORLD: JEWISH CONVICTIONS AFFECTING

SOCIAL ISSUES

by Elliot N. Dorff    57

               

THE FAITH-BASED INITIATIVE: BOTH CAUSE OF CONTENTION

AND THE SOLUTION TO AN IMPASSE?

by Stanley W. Carlson-Thies  70

 

WHAT ARE THE EMERGING CONSENSUS ISSUES IN THE

INTERSECTION OF RELIGION AND PUBLIC POLICY/POLITICS

BETWEEN EVANGELICALS AND JEWS?

by James W. Tonkowich         86

 

EVANGELICALS AND JEWS IN COMMON CAUSE

by Marshall J. Breger            95

 

THE AMERICAN PUBLIC AND SYMPATHY FOR ISRAEL:

PRESENT AND FUTURE

by John C. Green   107

 

THE ODD COUPLE: JEWS AND PREMILLENNIAL DISPENSATIONAL  

FUNDAMENTALISM (P.S. “AND ITS COUSINS”)

by Martin E. Marty                 122

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

SOME REFLECTIONS ON “THE ODD COUPLE”: A REPLY TO

MARTIN MARTY

 by Richard L. Rubenstein       136

 

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES              140

 

Volume 44, Number 2 (Spring 2009)

 

ARTICLES:

 

NEW MAPS FOR THE JOURNEY:

METAPHORIC PROCESS IN ECUMENICAL THEOLOGY

by Paul Schreck      159

 

CHRISTIANS RELATING TO JEWS:

KEY ISSUES IN PUBLIC STATEMENTS

by John T. Squires  180

 

JEWISH ATTITUDES TOWARD OTHER FAITHS:

THE ITALIAN MODEL

by Gilbert S. Rosenthal           203

 

RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY, SOCIETAL CHANGE, AND ECUMENICAL

PROSPECTS IN GUATEMALA

by Michael K. Duffey              226

 

ORTHODOX-CATHOLIC DIALOGUE:

RETRIEVING EUCHARISTIC ECCLESIOLOGY

by Radu Bordeianu 239

 

THE EUCHARISTIC PRESENCE OF CHRIST IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY

DUTCH PROTESTANT POPULAR PIETY: TOWARD A CATHOLIC-

PROTESTANT RAPPROCHEMENT?

by Tony Maan        266

 

THE BAPTISTS “AND THE SON”: THE FILIOQUE CLAUSE

IN NONCREEDAL THEOLOGY

by David E. Wilhite                285

 

WHERE THE TWO OCEANS MEET: AN ATTEMPT AT HINDU-MUSLIM

RAPPROCHEMENT IN THE THOUGHT OF DARA SHIKUH

by Irfan A. Omar    303

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

BIGOTRY AGAINST BONHOEFFER IN JERUSALEM

by Stephen A. Wise and Balfour Brickner               315

 

BOOK REVIEWS  324

 

 


Volume 44, Number 3 (Summer 2009)

 

ARTICLES:

 

ONE CHURCH OF CHRIST FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD

INTRODUCTION

by Lorelei F. Fuchs, S.A.        333

 

THE AUTHORS    338

 

ECUMENICAL ECCLESIOLOGY: ONE CHURCH OF

CHRIST FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD

 by Michael Kinnamon           341

 

ECUMENICAL ECCLESIOLOGY AND THE LANGUAGE OF UNITY

by Peter C. Bouteneff              352

 

RESPONSE TO MICHAEL KINNAMON AND PETER BOUTENEFF

by Cheryl Peterson 361

 

THE ECUMENICAL CALLING OF THE ACADEMIC THEOLOGIAN

TO SPIRITUAL PILGRIMAGE IN SERVICE OF GOSPEL UNITY

by Jeffrey Gros, F.S.C.           367

 

INTERCHURCH MARRIAGE—CONJUGAL AND ECCLESIAL

COMMUNION IN THE DOMESTIC CHURCH

by Thomas Knieps-Port le Roi               383

 

BAPTISM OR EXPULSION: MARTIN LUTHER AND THE JEWS OF GERMANY

by David G. Singer                401

 

INTERRELIGIOUS READING AND SELF-DEFINITION

FOR RAIMON PANIKKAR AND FRANCIS CLOONEY

by Christopher Denny            409

 

MIRROR OF EXPERIENCE: PALAMAS AND BONAVENTURE ON THE

EXPERIENCE OF GOD—A CONTRIBUTION TO ORTHODOX-ROMAN

CATHOLIC DIALOGUE

by Russel Murray   432

 

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

FACING HINDU CRITIQUE OF CHRISTIANITY

by Klaus K. Klostermaier       461

 

HARRIS, HICK, AND THE DEMISE OF THE PLURALIST HYPOTHESIS

by Aimee Upjohn Light           467

 

EDITORIAL

 

DEEP-DIALOGUE/CRITICAL-THINKING/COMPLEMENTARY-COOPERATION

by Leonard Swidler                471

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

 

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE BIBLE AND THE QUR’ĀN SINCE 9/11:

A REVIEW ARTICLE

by John Kaltner      473

 

INDIVIDUAL REVIEWS      481

 

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES              503



Volume 44, Number 4 (Fall, 2009)

 

 

ARTICLES:

 

TRINITY AND RELIGIOUS PLURALISM

by Roger Haight  525

 

AN ECUMENICAL COMPARISON OF NIEMÖLLER’S MAUNDY

THURSDAY SERMON, 1945, AND RAHNER’S HOLY THURSDAY

HOMILY, 1976

by Audrey Borschel                541

 

ENDURING COVENANT IN THE CHRISTIAN MIDDLE AGES

by Jennifer A. Harris          563

 

A HABERMASIAN APPROACH TO ECUMENICAL ECCLESIOLOGY

by Erin M. Brigham            587

 

HEINZ GALINSKI: THE DRIVING FORCE OF THE

POSTWAR JEWISH COMMUNITY IN GERMANY

by Fredrick Carlson Holmgren        599

 

REHEARING BUBER’S JESUS DEEPENS

JEWISH-CHRISTIAN DIALOGUE

by Kenneth P. Kramer        617

 

HANS FREI’S TYPOLOGY OF CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY:

A COMPARATIVE LOOK AT THE ISLAMIC TRADITION

by Yasir S. Ibrahim             642

 

THE QUR’ĀN-GOSPEL RESURRECTION RESOLUTION

by Derek Eshelbrenner      665

 

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

DIALOGUE OR APPROPRIATION?

by Klaus K. Klostermaier       688

 

A BRIEF RESPONSE TO AIMEE UPJOHN LIGHT

by John Hick          691

 

EDITORIAL:

WIKIPEDIA—CITIES—INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE

by Leonard Swidler            692

 

BOOK REVIEWS 694

 

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES             701

 


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