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JOURNAL OF ECUMENICAL STUDIES INDEX FOR VOLUME FORTY-FIVE (2010)


Volume 45, Number 1 (Winter, 2010)

 

 

ARTICLES:

 

LIKE ROSEWATER: REFLECTIONS ON INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE

by Ingeborg Gabriel 1

 

PROTESTANT RECONCILIATION—A MATTER FOR SOLID DIALOGUE:

A 17TH-CENTURY DUTCH PROPOSAL FOR INTERNATIONAL

LUTHERAN-REFORMED DIALOGUE AND A EUROPEAN PROTESTANT

AGREEMENT

by Frank van de Pol 24

 

CATHOLIC-JEWISH DIALOGUE: CONTESTING THE COVENANTS

by David J. Bolton 37

 

THE PROPHET & THE SAINT: EXPLORING TENSIONS and

POSSIBILITIES FOR DIALOGUE BETWEEN FAITHS

by David Emmanuel Singh 61

 

WHAT DO COLLEGE STUDENTS WANT? A STUDENT-

CENTERED APPROACH TO MULTIFAITH INVOLVEMENT

by Paul V. Sorrentino 79

 

CULTURE AND INTERRELIGIOUS UNDERSTANDING ACCORDING

TO THE ROMANIAN PHILOSOPHER LUCIAN BLAGA

by Michael S. Jones 97

 

YOU ARE PETER: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ORTHODOX VIEW

OF PAPAL PRIMACY IN VIEW OF AN ALTERNATIVE WAY OF

EXERCISING PAPAL PRIMACY

by Vitalis Mshanga 113

 

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

WHAT A REFORM RABBI LEARNS FROM PROPHET MUHAMMAD

by Allen S. Maller 134

 

 

EDITORIAL:

 

AUTHENTIC RELIGION: WITHIN ME, AND BETWEEN ME AND THEE

by Leonard Swidler 140

 

BOOK REVIEWS 143

 

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES 168

 

Volume 45, Number 2 (Spring, 2010)

 

EDITORIAL:

 

“NOBODY KNOWS EVERYTHING ABOUT ANYTHING!” THE COSMIC DANCE OF DIALOGUE

by Leonard Swidler 175

 

 

SPECIAL SECTION: UNITY IN MISSION

FAITH AND ORDER STUDY GROUP

 

INTRODUCTION: UNITY IN MISSION

by Mitzi J. Budde and Don Thorsen 178

 

UNITY AND MISSION: A PILGRIMAGE OF ACCOMPANIMENT

by John T. Ford 187

 

REPENTANCE AS A PARADIGM FOR CHRISTIAN MISSION

by Matthew D. Lundberg 201

 

THE MARKS AS SIGNPOSTS OF THE JOURNEY TO UNITY IN MISSION

by Mitzi J. Budde 218

 

THE ROLE OF ECUMENICAL CHARITY IN CHRISTIAN MISSION

by Antonios Kireopoulos 227

 

RELATIONAL UNITY IN MISSION: REFLECTING GOD’S LIFE

by Susan E. Davies 234

 

TRANSFORMING A NATION THROUGH MISSION: A CASE STUDY ON THE CHURCH IN ALBANIA

by Anton C. Vrame 245

 

 

ARTICLES:

 

PENTECOSTALISM AND POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT: THE NIGERIAN PHENOMENON

by Simonmary Asese Aihiokhai 249

 

RENOVATING THE HOUSEHOLD OF LIFE: ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF ECUMENICAL RELATIONS BETWEEN SACRED AND SCIENTIFIC

by Aaron T. Hollander 265

 

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

MUSLIM-CHRISTIAN RELATIONSHIP FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF KING ABDULLAH’S INTERFAITH DIALOGUE INITIATIVES: CURRENT CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES

by Fahad A. Alhomoudi 288

 

RESPONSE TO KINNAMON, BOUTENEFF, AND DANIELS

by Margaret O’Gara 296

 

RESPONSE TO BOLTON’S “CONTESTING THE COVENANTS”

by Philip A. Cunningham 299

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS 301

 

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES 334

 

 

 

Volume 45, Number 3 (Summer, 2010)

 

EDITORIAL:

 

THE STUDY OF RELIGION AND INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE

by Leonard Swidler 349

 

SPECIAL N.A.A.E. SECTION on “THE ETHICAL HORIZON FROM AN ECUMENICAL POINT OF VIEW”

 

Introduction

by John W. Crossin 352

 

ETHICS IN ECUMENICAL DIALOGUES: A SURVEY AND ANALYSIS

by Michael Root 357

 

WHAT ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN ETHICS CAN OFFER ECUMENISM

by Stanley S. Harakas 376

 

THE ETHICS OF PEACEMAKING: THE GENESIS OF CALLED

TOGETHER TO BE PEACEMAKERS—REPORT OF THE

INTERNATIONAL MENNONITE-CATHOLIC DIALOGUE (2004)

by Drew Christiansen 385

 

EXPLORING THE GREAT DIVIDE: SEX, ETHICS, AND ECUMENISM

by Timothy F. Sedgwick 417

 

PRUDENCE AND THE FUTURE: AN ECUMENICALLY SHAPED ETHIC

by John W. Crossin 426

 

RESPONSE TO “THE ETHICAL HORIZON”: FIDELITY, HOSPITALITY,

AND JUSTICE

by Kristin Johnston Largen 433

 

REFLECTIONS ON PRESENTATIONS

by Thomas A. Prinz 440

 

ECUMENICAL FOREMOTHERS: COMMEMORATING, CELEBRATING,

AND CONTINUING THEIR LEGACY

by Lorelei F. Fuchs 443

 

ARTICLES:

 

CROSSING RELIGIOUS BORDERS

by June O’Connor 451

 

A POLITICS OF PLURALISM IN AMERICAN DEMOCRACY:

REINHOLD NIEBUHR’S CHRISTIAN REALISM AS A NATIONAL

RESOURCE IN A POST-9/11 WORLD

by Tony L. Richie 471

 

TRIALOGUE: OUT OF THE SHADOWS INTO BLAZING “DESERT” SUN!

by Leonard Swidler 493

 

BOOK REVIEWS 510

 

Volume 45, Number 4 (Fall, 2010)

 

 

EDITORIAL:

 

A MODEST SUGGESTION: “GOD,” NOT “ALLAH”

by Leonard Swidler 523

 

ARTICLES:

 

THE IMPLICATIONS OF “RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE” FOR

CATHOLIC-PENTECOSTAL DIALOGUE: A CATHOLIC PERSPECTIVE

by Ralph del Colle 525

 

EUCHARISTIC ECCLESIOLOGY OF NICOLAS AFANASIEV AND

ITS ECUMENICAL SIGNIFICANCE: A NEW PERSPECTIVE

by Anastacia Wooden 543

 

THE RECOVERY OF EUCHARISTIC AND HOLOGRAPHIC

ECCLESIOLOGY AS A PROMISING AVENUE OF ECUMENICAL

DIALOGUE AND BROADER MUTUAL RECOGNITION

by Laurent Cleenewerck and Ernst R. von Schwarz 561

 

ECUMENICAL REFLECTIONS ON THE LUTHERAN–ROMAN CATHOLIC SIMUL JUSTUS ET PECCATOR CONTROVERSY

by Vitalis Mshanga 578

 

CHOOSING FEAR OR FREEDOM: APOCALYPTIC THINKING

AS A DANGER AND AN INVITATION FOR CHRISTIANS

by Mary Steinmetz 591

 

MAPPING” THE RELIGIOUS OTHER:

VATICAN II’S APPROACH TO PROTESTANTISM

by Jerusha Tanner Lamptey 604

 

A SHIITE THEOLOGY OF SOLIDARITY THROUGH THE REMEMBRANCE OF LIBERATIVE SUFFERING

by Habibollah Babaei 615

 

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

DYING BEFORE DYING:

INTERVIEW WITH BROTHER DAVID STEINDL-RAST

by Kenneth P. Kramer 632

 

PACEM IN TERRIS

by Normandie Gaitley 645

 

BOOK REVIEWS 650

 

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES 671

 

 


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