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JOURNAL OF ECUMENICAL STUDIES INDEX
FOR VOLUME FORTY-EIGHT (2013)

 

 

Volume 48, Number 1 (Winter, 2013)

 

EDITORIAL:

 

“NAMING” ULTIMATE REALITY

by Leonard Swidler 1

 

ARTICLES:

 

ARE WE THERE YET? THE TASK AND FUNCTION OF FULL-COMMUNION COORDINATING COMMITTEES

by Mitzi J. Budde 5

 

PRIMACY, SYNODALITY, AND COLLEGIALITY IN ORTHODOXY: A LITURGICAL MODEL

by Nicholas E. Denysenko 20

 

THE ONE AND THE MANY: PETER AND PETERS

by Jonathan Martin Ciraulo 45

 

BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION AND THE UNIVERSALITY OF SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE: PLURALISTIC IMPLICATIONS OF A NEW APPROACH TO THE THOUGHT OF TEILHARD DE CHARDIN

by Christopher C. Knight 58

 

JONAH AND THE RELIGIOUS OTHER: AN EXPLORATION OF BIBLICAL INCLUSIVISM

by Ryan Patrick Mclaughlin 71

 

PROCLAIMING THE MYSTERY OF FAITH TOGETHER: TOWARD GREATER COMMON WITNESS BETWEEN PENTECOSTALS AND ROMAN CATHOLICS ON THE LORD’S SUPPER

by Christopher A. Stephenson 85

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

WHERE DIFFERENCE MATTERS: SOCIAL ETHICS IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD

by Ingeborg Gabriel 97

 

INTELLIGENCE ON THE SIEGE OF AUGSBURG

by Larry Rinehart 107

 

ACCOMMODATING TRINITY: A BRIEF NOTE ON IBN ‘ARABĪ’S VIEWS

by Qaiser Shahzad 114

 

LOGICAL RELIGIOUS EXCLUSIVISM AND TRUTH

by Francis Jonbäck 121

 

BOOK REVIEWS 125




Volume 48, Number 2 (Spring, 2013)

 

EDITORIAL:

 

Deeper Meanings of Dialogue Today

by Leonard Swidler 143

 

SPECIAL N.A.A.E. SECTION ON “THE ECUMENICAL LEGACY OF THE SECOND VATICAN COUNCIL, 50 YEARS LATER”

 

Introduction

by Lorelei F. Fuchs 145

 

The Ecumenical Legacy of the Second Vatican Council: Reflections of an Accidental Ecumenist

by Karen B. Westerfield Tucker 151

 

The Legacy of the Second Vatican Council: An Orthodox Perspective

by Despina D. Prassas 166

 

The Ecumenical Legacy of the Second Vatican Council: A Disciples Perspective

by Robert K. Welsh 175

 

The Second Vatican Council: The Legacy Viewed through Methodist Eyes

by Geoffrey Wainwright 183

 

Memories of Vatican II

by William A. Norgren 203

 

Do We Need a Vatican III or an Eighth Ecumenical Council?

by William G. Rusch 211

 

ARTICLE:

 

Mary and Muhammad: Bearers of the Word—Their Roles in Divine Revelation

by Axel Takács 220

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES

 

Reader Response to the Winter, 2013, Issue

by Larry Rinehart 244

 

Truly Human: Maurice Friedman’s Last Lecture

by Kenneth P. Kramer 249

 

Tawḥīd and Homooúsios: Narrowing the Gaps between Muslim and Christian Understanding of God’s Divine Oneness

by Christopher Evan Longhurst 255

 

Sakinah and Shekinah: One Word with Two Perspectives

by Allen S. Maller 259

 

BOOK REVIEWS 261




Volume 48, Number 3 (Summer, 2013)

 

SPECIAL ISSUE ON

Understanding Religious Pluralism: Perspectives from Religious Studies and Theology—a conference held at Georgetown University in May, 2012

 

Introduction

by Peter C. Phan and Jonathan S. Ray 269

 

Authors in This Special Issue 270

 

From Plurality to Pluralism: A Philosophical Defense of Religious

Relationship against Relativism

by Anil Mundra 276

 

Dialogue as Speech Act and Discourse: Methods to Understand What Interreli-gious Dialogue Does with Reference to A Common Word between Us and You

by Vebjørn L. Horsfjord 289

 

Prolegomenon to a Constructive Buddhist Philosophy of Religious Diversity

by P. J. Johnston 299

 

Drawing and Being Drawn: On Applying Friendship to Comparative Theology

by Taraneh Wilkinson 307

 

Managing Religion: Religious Pluralism, Liberalism, and Governmentality

by Tiffany Puett 317

 

Reverse-Engineering Belonging: A Foucauldian Archaeology of Multiple Religious Identity

by Peter C. Herman 328

 

Beyond Jacques Derrida and George Lindbeck: Toward a Particularity-Based Approach to Interreligious Communication

by Tasi Perkins 343

 

The Ritual of the Limping Dance: Kosuke Koyama’s Positive Assessment of Pluralism for Christian Theology

by Dale T. Irvin 359

 

Teaching Cross-Cultural Ethics in a Context of Pluralism and Multiculturalism: Teaching Where Religion and Ethics Intersect

by James T. Bretzke 369

 

The Evolution of the Assisi Gathering: To Humanism and Beyond?

by Jason Welle, O.F.M 377

 

Pathways for Dialogue in the 21st Century: What We Learned at Assisi 2012

by Gerard Mannion 391

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

Pope John Paul II: A Jewish Perspective on a Polish Catholic Saint

by Harold Kasimow 410

 

God Remembers, Indonesia Forgets: Explorations of Forgiveness in

Binsar Jonathan Pakpahan and Joshua Oppenheimer

by Theodore Friend 417

 

EDITORIAL:

 

Religion: Whence—Why—Whoops!—Whither

by Leonard Swidler 421

 

BOOK REVIEWS 427




Volume 48, Number 4 (Fall, 2013)

 

EDITORIAL:

 

Modernity Attains a Fourth Characteristic: Dialogue!

by Leonard Swidler      441

 

ARTICLES:

 

Interpreting the Pain of Others: John Paul II and Benedict XVI on Jewish Suffering in the Shoah

by Adam Gregerman       443

 

Hasidei umot ha-olam: A Remarkable Concept

by Gilbert S. Rosenthal     467

 

“Love One Another as I Have Loved You”: The Place of Friendship in Interfaith Dialogue

by SimonMary Asese Aihiokhai     491

 

The Divine Image: Hindu Mūrti and Byzantine Iconography

by Jonathan Martin Ciraulo       509

 

“Things Are Not What They Seem”: Dominus Iesus, Ecumenism, and   Interreligious Dialogue

by Loe-Joo Tan      523

 

A Tribute to an Ecumenist and Lay Theologian: Brother Jeffrey Gros, FSC (1938–2013)

by Timothy Lim T. N.     535

 

Varying Views of Spirit Baptism: An Analysis of Speech-Acts toward Ecumenical Dialogue

by Jonathan A. Malone     571

 

EXPLORATIONS AND RESPONSES:

 

The Many Faces of Faith

by Eugene P. Trager      586

 

The Eclipse of The Light of the Word

by Jadranka Brnčić      601

 

A Lutheran Response to Weigel’s Evangelical Catholicism

by Larry Rinehart       609

 

BOOK REVIEWS     615

 

ECUMENICAL RESOURCES      619

 


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