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Volume 46, Number 1 (Winter, 2011)

 

 

EDITORIAL:

 

POSTMODERNITY—OR EXPANDING MODERNITY?

by Leonard Swidler 1

 

ARTICLES:

 

CHRISTIANITY AND THE RELIGIONS: A ZERO-SUM GAME? RECLAIMING “THE PATH NOT TAKEN” AND THE LEGACY OF KRISTER STENDAHL

by Paul F. Knitter 5

 

BECOMING THE WORD: THEOSIS IN THE EUCHARIST AND QUR’ĀN

by Axel Takács 22

 

AN ALLIANCE OF THE SACRED: PROSPECTS FOR A CATHOLIC-ORTHODOX PARTNERSHIP AGAINST SECULARISM IN EUROPE

by Daniel P. Payne and cialis canada buy Jennifer M. Kent 41

 

TOWARD AN APOPHATIC PLURALISM: BEYOND CONFESSIONALISM, EPICYCLISM, AND INCLUSIVISM IN THEOLOGY OF RELIGIONS

by Kenneth Rose 67

 

THE UNREMARKABLE HYBRID: ALOYSIUS PIERIS AND THE REDUNDANCY OF MULTIPLE RELIGIOUS BELONGING

by Devaka Premawardhana 76

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

RESPONSES TO DEVAKA PREMAWARDHANA’S “THE UNREMARKABLE HYBRID: ALOYSIUS PIERIS AND THE REDUNDANCY OF MULTIPLE RELIGIOUS BELONGING”

by Klaus K. Klostermaier 102

by Peter C. Phan 103

by Aimee Upjohn Light 104

 

INTERVIEW OF PROFESSOR LEONARD SWIDLER

by Mubarak Alzuair 109

 

BOOK REVIEWS 117

 

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES 131

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 46, Number 2 (Spring, 2011)

 

EDITORIAL:

 

THE GARDEN OF EDEN STORY—SOURCE OF OFTEN MIS-READ WISDOM: A JEWISH-CHRISTIAN DIALOGUE

by Leonard Swidler 143

 

ARTICLES:

 

MARIAN DOGMAS AND REUNION: WHAT EASTERN CATHOLICS CAN TEACH US ABOUT CATHOLIC ECUMENISM

by Walter N. Sisto 150

 

RELIGION VERSUS THE RELIGIONS: THE DIALECTIC OF DIVINE REALITY AND HUMAN RESPONSE IN KARL BARTH AND SARVEPALLI RADHAKRISHNAN

by Ankur Barua 163

 

THE PROBLEM WITH KARMA: A LEVINASIAN CRITIQUE AND CHRISTIAN-HINDU THEOLOGICAL REHABILITATION

by Madhuri M. Yadlapati 183

DIVINE EMBODIMENT AND THE MYSTERIES OF PHYLACTERIES, FRINGES, AND THE ROSARY

by Sanford Seltzer 201

 

YIDDISH CHRISTOLOGY? DER BRIS CHADASHA AND TRANSLATION AS RESPONSIVE THEOLOGY

by Peter Manseau 214

 

ALVIN PLANTINGA ON RELIGIOUS PLURALISM: A CATHOLIC APPRAISAL

by Glenn B. Siniscalchi 229

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE, COMMUNITY COHESION, AND GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP: THE ROLE OF A RELIGION PROGRAM IN A RURAL, LAND-GRANT UNIVERSITY

by Ann Marie B. Bahr 242

 

LOOKING FOR BALANCE BETWEEN IDENTITY AND ENCOUNTER: BUBER’S RELATIONS AND INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE

by Mauro Properzi 251

 

HOPE FOR ETERNAL LIFE: THE LUTHERAN-CATHOLIC DIALOGUE

by Jeffrey Gros, F.S.C 259

 

THE WORK AND MINISTRY OF CHRIST IN AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

by Laverne Rutschman 270

 

RESPONSE TO KLOSTERMAIER, PHAN, AND LIGHT

by Devaka Premawardhana 275

 

BOOK REVIEWS 279

 

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES 287




 

Volume 46, Number 3 (Summer, 2011)

 

EDITORIAL: THE HEART OF ART

by Leonard Swidler 301

 

SPECIAL N.A.A.E. SECTION ON “THE NEXT 100 YEARS: NEW AND RENEWED STRATEGIES FOR THE ECUMENICAL MISSION”

 

INTRODUCTION: REMEMBERING AND CONVERSION, COMPANIONS AND ALLIES, AND OUR ECUMENICAL FUTURE

by Russell Meyer 305

 

A TALE OF TWO EDINBURGHS: MISSION, UNITY, AND MUTUAL ACCOUNTABILITY

by Thomas F. Best 311

 

UNITY AND MISSION ONE HUNDRED YEARS ON

by Catherine E. Clifford 329

 

THE CHURCHES CHALLENGED BY THE SECULARIZATION OF CULTURE

by Gregory Baum 343

 

THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH AND ECUMENISM

by Hegumen Philip (Riabykh) 353

 

LIVING IN THE SAME HOUSE

by Gilles Routhier 359

 

PEOPLE OF PARADOX

by Karen A. Hamilton 365

 

WITNESSING THE ECUMENICAL FUTURE TOGETHER

by Margaret O’Gara 368

 

 

ARTICLES:

 

THE CASE OF THE OVERLOOKED FATWA

by Khaleel Mohammed 378

 

READING OTHER RELIGIOUS TEXTS: INTRATEXTUALITY AND THE LOGIC OF SCRIPTURE

by Michael Barnes 389

 

FAITH SEEKING UNDERSTANDING: THEOLOGICAL METHOD IN THOMAS MERTON’S INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE

by Ryan Scruggs 411

 

THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA, FROM CONVERSION TO DIALOGUE: THE CASE OF ROLAND DE CORNEILLE, 1961–1970

by Haim Genizi 427

 

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

CROSS-REANIMATING MARTIN BUBER’S “BETWEEN” AND SHIN’ICHI HISAMATSU’S “NOTHINGNESS”

by Kenneth P. Kramer 444

 

ORIENTALE LUMEN XV CONFERENCE

by Joseph Loya, O.S.A. 457

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS 462




Volume 46, Number 4 (Fall, 2011)

 

CRISIS AND CREDIBILITY IN THE JEWISH-CHRISTIAN WORLD: REMEMBERING FRANKLIN H. LITTELL

THE FORTIETH ANNUAL SCHOLARS’ CONFERENCE

ON THE HOLOCAUST AND THE CHURCHES

 

PREFACE

by Hubert Locke 475

 

INTRODUCTION

by Marcia Sachs Littell and price cialis Richard L. Libowitz 476

 

PART ONE: FRANKLIN H. LITTELL: AFTER FORTY YEARS IN THE WILDERNESS, THE UNFINISHED AGENDA

 

FRANKLIN H. LITTELL: AFTER FORTY YEARS IN THE WILDERNESS, THE UNFINISHED AGENDA

by Michael Berenbaum 479

FRANKLIN H. LITTELL: AFTER FORTY YEARS IN THE WILDERNESS—THE UNFINISHED, AGENDA

by Samuel Totten 482

FRANKLIN HAMLIN LITTELL: FORTY YEARS IN THE WILDERNESS AND BEYOND

by Erich Geldbach 485

IN PRAISE OF FRANKLIN LITTELL

by Richard L. Rubenstein 491

 

PART TWO: PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AFTER AUSCHWITZ: HOW WE HAVE CHANGED, OR HAVE WE?

 

JOURNALISM ETHICS AFTER AUSCHWITZ

by Laurel Leff 495

IN DENIAL: AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES’ RESPONSE TO THE THIRD REICH, PAST AND PRESENT

by Stephen H. Norwood 501

LEGAL ETHICS AFTER AUSCHWITZ: THE CASE AGAINST SNCF

by Harriet Tamen 510

MEDICAL ETHICS AFTER AUSCHWITZ

by Sheldon Rubenfeld 515

BUSINESS AND CORPORATE ETHICS AFTER AUSCHWITZ

by John McCall 520

 

PART THREE: TELLING THE STORY

 

CALL ME ANDRÉ: MEMOIRS OF A JEWISH SPY IN THE RESISTANCE

by Diana Mara Henry 524

THE VIEW FROM ROME: CONTEXTUALIZING THE VATICAN’S RESPONSE TO REICHSKRISTALLNACHT

by Suzanne Brown-Fleming 531

OUR JEWISH BRETHREN: CHRISTIAN RESPONSES TO KRISTALLNACHT IN CANADIAN MASS MEDIA

by Kyle Jantzen and woman and cialis Jonathan Durance 537

“ALMOST INDESCRIBABLE AND UNBELIEVABLE”: THE GARRETT REPORT AND THE FUTURE OF JEWISH REFUGEE IMMIGRATION TO AUSTRALIA IN 1939

by Paul R. Bartrop 549

THE HOLOCAUST EXPERIENCE IN WESTERN POLAND

by Susan L. Pentlin 557

JEWISH WOMEN PARTISANS IN BELARUS

by Tamara Vershitskaya 567

THE WARSAW GHETTO’S UNDERGROUND MEDICAL SCHOOL

by Harold Ticktin 573

 

PART FOUR: THE AFTERMATH

 

HERMANN MAAS AND JUSTICE AFTER THE SHOAH

by Theodore N. Thomas 577

ITERATIONS OF BABI YAR

by Joan Peterson 585

FRANKLIN H. LITTELL’S AND ISRAEL W. CHARNY’S EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS

by Steven Lawrence Jacobs 599

LEVINAS AND THE OTHER: PROVIDER-PATIENT RELATIONSHIPS AND THE RESPONSE OF U.S. NURSING

by Mary Lagerwey 609

DELAYED JUSTICE: FORCED AND SLAVE LABOR RESTITUTION AFTER THE HOLOCAUST

by Patricia Chappine 616

GOD IS FAITHFUL TO GOD’S PEOPLE: THE NEW THEOLOGY OF ISRAEL IN CONTEMPORARY GERMAN PROTESTANTISM

by Ulrich Rosenhagen 621

 

PART FIVE: FAITH AND FREEDOM—REMEMBERING FRANKLIN H. LITTELL

 

FRANKLIN H. LITTELL—IN MEMORIAM

by Yehuda Bauer 639

OUR FORTY-YEAR JOURNEY TO MESSIAH COLLEGE: A TRIBUTE TO FRANKLIN H. LITTELL

by Richard T. Hughes 643

FRANKLIN LITTELL: SCHOLAR, GENTLEMAN, AND PASSIONATE PROVOCATEUR

by Violet Ketels Cornish 646

MORE THAN CREDIBILITY: BUILDING ON THE LEGACY OF FRANKLIN H. LITTELL

by Henry F. Knight 649

A PASSIONATE COMMITMENT—A TRIBUTE TO FRANKLIN LITTELL

by John T. Pawlikowski 653

REFLECTIONS ON FRANKLIN LITTELL: IN MEMORIAM

by David Silberklang 655

FAITH AND FREEDOM: REMEMBERING FRANKLIN H. LITTELL

by Hubert G. Locke 657

IN MEMORIAM: FRANKLIN H. LITTELL, 1917–2009

by John K. Roth 659

EPILOGUE

by Michael Berenbaum 662

 

AUTHORS IN THIS ISSUE 665

 

EDITORIAL: THE HOLOCAUST AND “SALVATION”?

by Leonard Swidler 677

 

BOOK REVIEWS 679


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