Interreligious Dialogue
"I invite all religious people to view dialogue
not only as a means of enhancing mutual understanding,
but also as a way of serving society at large"


Pope Benedict XVI



Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue Profile of the Council as well as documents from the Council

Interfaith Dialogue: The teaching of the Catholic Church Compiled by Alfred Agius for the Committee for Other Faiths of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales

Documents on Interreligious Dialogue Vatican documents as well as some pertinent articles, and references to other articles and books, which will be useful to readers interested in interreligious dialogue in the context of Jesuit ministries

Jesuit Interreligious Dialogue and Relations Documentation, reports, and interconnections on interreligious dialogue in the ministries connected with the Jesuits of the United States

Interreligious and Ecumenical Dialogue at Vatican II: Some Rethinking Required By Peter Phan in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 2012

The intrareligios dialogue - the upper limit of the interreligious dialogue in the vision of Raimundo Panikkar. A critical analysis By Caius Cuþaru. Scroll to page 100. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, January-March 2012

The Intrareligios Dialogue - The Upper Limit of the Interreligious Dialogue in the Vision of Raimundo Panikkar. A Critical Analysis By Caius Cuþaru. Scroll to page 100. Theologia, a publication of the Orthodox Theology Faculty from “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, 2012

Letter to Jains on the Birth Anniversary of 'Tirthankara' (Pathfinder) Vardhaman Mahavir From the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, March 2012

Dwelling in the Heart of the Desert: On the Dialogue of Religious Experience and Monastic Interreligious Dialogue By Gregory Perron OSB in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, January-June 2012

The Other Sheep of the Good Shepherd By William Skudlarek in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, January-June 2012

Avenues for Jain-Christian Dialogue By Vincent Sekhar SJ in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, January-June 2012

Is Bi-Religiosity Possible By Paul Yves Wery in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, July-December 2012

The Diversity of Contexts of Faith and the Gospel's Claim to Universality: Twenty Fife Years of "Intercultural Theology" By Wolfgang Pauly, Academic Director at the Institute of Catholic Theology at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Campus Landau, in Stimmen der Zeit, 2011

9/11 Ten Years On: Setting an Interreligious Agenda By Michael Barnes SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, September 2011

Journey into Interfaith Dialogue - 1939-2011 By Lucy Brydon OSB in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, July-December 2011

An Autralian Interfaith Retreat By John Dupuche in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, January-June 2011

An Interfaith Ashram: A Description By John Dupuche in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, January-June 2011

The Role of Religion in Peace Building, Healing and Confidence Between People and Nations By Hans Ucko in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, July-December 2011

Abhishiktananda's Understanding of the Monk: Essentially Contemplative, Ideally Eremitic, Naturally Dialogic By William Skudlarek OSB in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, January-June 2011

The God Who Provokes Us All to Holiness By Michael Ipgrave in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, January-June 2011

An Exploratory Day on Scriptural Reasoning and Lectio Divina By Lucy Brydon OSB in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, July-December 2011

Assisi, October 27, 2011, "Pilgrims of Truth, Pilgrims of Peace" By William Skudlarek OSB in Dilatato Corde: Online Journal of the Monastic Interreligious Dialogue, July-December 2011

Interfaith Spiritual Practice Podcast of presentation by Sister Marie-Louise Flick, 2011

Engaging the Media as Effective Tools for Inter-Religious Dialogue in Multi-Religious Societies: A Catholic Evaluation By Marinus Iwuchukwu in Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, March 2010

Interreligious Dialogue as a Method of Understanding: the Case of Raimundo Panikkar By Abraham Velez de Cea in Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, March 2010

"Methodological Presuppositions for Engaging the Other in the Post-Vatican II Context: Insights from Ignatius and Lonergan By John D. Dadosky in Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, March 2010

The Pope of YouTube: Metaphor and Misunderstanding in Atheist-Christian YouTube Dialogue By Stephen Pihlaja in Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, March 2010

As Iron Sharpens Iron, So Does One Religious Tradition Sharpen Another By Benjamin B. DeVan in Journal of Comparative Theology, March 2010

In the Hall of Mirrors of Truth: Dialogue of Religions as an Event of the Unconditional By Michael Fuss, Professor of Buddhism and New Religions at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, 2010

The Service of Faith in a Religiously Pluralistic World By Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J. in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 2010

From Tolerance to Fraternity By Archbishop Celestino Migliore, The Tanenbaum Memorial Lecture, 2010

Inter Faith and Mission in England By Andrew Wingate

Inter Faith Dialogue and Christian Mission in Korea By the Revd Dr Guen Seok Yang (Anglican Church of Korea)

An Introduction to the Country of Pakistan By The Rev. Canon Patrick Pervez Augustine. Discusses the situation of Christians, Muslims, and non-Muslims

Inter Faith Relations in Tanzania By The Revd Canon John Simalenga

Inter Faith Dialogue and Mission A perspective from the USA By Jolinda Matthews, who works at the University of Kansas in Ecumenical Christian Ministries and has also been actively involved with the World Student Christian Federation. An Episcopalian perspective

Interreligious Dialogue: The Difficult Issue of Conversion By Jay Moses, Pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Wheaton and the Muslim Relations Coordinator for Presbyterians in Chicago, February 2010

Attitudes to Children within the Australian Catholic Community: Identity and Sharing Responsibilities By Abe W. Ata, about the attitudes of Australian Catholic parents of interfaith marriages towards their children's religious identities, in Australian EJournal of Theology, August 2010

Milestones and Signposts in Interfaith Relations By Ýsmail Albayrak in Australian EJournal of Theology, August 2010

Meeting God in Friend and Stranger: Fostering Mutual Respect and Understanding between the Religions A teaching document of the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales, April 2010

The Virtues of Holy Living: The Pope and the Dialogue of Religions By Michael Barnes SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, September 2010

'The Music Beneath the Noise' By Christine Allen of Progressio in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, September 2010

Discussing the Divine By Michael Barnes SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, May 2010

Address to Organizations for Interreligious Dialogue By Pope Benedict XVI, Jerusalem, May 2009

The Peace of Faith, Part 1 Address delivered at the Aula, Blackfriars Hall, The University of Oxford, 4th Dec 2009, by Dr. Andrew Thomas Kania, Director of Spirituality at Aquinas College, Manning. looks at the whole issue of inter-religious dialogue through the minds of a 13th century thinker and a 15th century thinker: Raymon Llull and Nicholas of Cusa
The Peace of Faith, Part 2

Our Ministry and Interreligious Dialogue By Terence Farias, S.J., January 2009

Amen: Faith and the Possibility of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Trialogue First McGinley Lecture by Patrick J. Ryan, S.J., Professor of Religion and Society Fordham University, with responses by Rabbi Polish and Professor Hussain, Nov 18-19, 2009

"Moses Received the Torah at Sinai and Handed It On" (Mishnah Avot 1:1): The Relevance of the Written and Oral Torah for Christians By Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski in Anglican Theological Review, Summer 2009

Revisiting Christian Soteriology in the Liberation Process for Korean Christianity: An Open Door for Inter-Religious Dialogue By Junehee Yoon, Yale University Divinity School in Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, April 2009

Gideon and Baal: A Test Case for Interfaith Dialogue By Richard D. Nelson, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, in Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, April 2009

Curiosity Instead of Fear: Literature as Creative Inter-Religious Dialogue By Ruth Illman, Åbo Akademi University, in Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, April 2009

Church of England Inter-Faith Relations: a response to Melanie Phillips's article in The Spectator By Guy Wilkinson, National Inter-Faith Relations Adviser and Secretary for Inter-Faith Relations to the Archbishop of Canterbury, in Fulchrum and the Spectator, March 2009

Communicative Action: A Way Forward for Inter-Religious Dialogue By Brian Douglas, St Mark's National Theological Centre in Canberra –Charles Sturt University's School of Theology, in Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, April 2009

Conversation Our Only Hope: David Tracy's Response to the Question of Otherness By David Ranson

Inter or Intra-Religious Dialogue? By Gerard Hall, SM. This paper was originally presented at the Fethullah Gülen Conference, St. Patrick's Melbourne Campus, ACU, 15th-16th July 2009 and revised as Conversation on Inter-religious Dialogue for the Gold Coast Sea of Faith Public Lecture, 1st November, 2009

The Parable of the Good Samaritan: The Love Commandment and the Convergence of Religions By George Keerankeri, SJ, April 2009

Post-Pluralism through the Lens of Post-Modernity By Aimee Upjohn Light, Duquesne University, in The Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, 2009

Interfaith Dialogue: Lessons from the Ecumenical Movement By Professor Anne Hunt, 2009

Interreligious Encounter as Spiritual Exercises: What Does the Method of Scriptural Reasoning Mean? By Matthias Müller, research associate at the Institute Fundamental Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Erfurt, in Herder Korrespondenz, 2009

Criteria of Interreligious Dialogue By Cardinal Karl Lehmann, bishop of Mainz, in Stimmen der Zeit, 2009

Conversing with Others: Interreligious Dialogue in Catholic Health and Aged Care By Gerard Hall SM in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2009

The Parameters of Dialogue in a New Millennium: Some Comments By Richard Rymarz in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2009

Interfaith Dialogue: Lessons from the Ecumenical Movement By Anne Hunt in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Summer 2009

Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Memorial Lecture By Peter Steinfels, The Tanenbaum Memorial Lecture, 2009

Looking for God, Looking for the Truth By Gabriel Richi-Alberti in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, December 2009

Faith, Justice, Dialogue: The Jesuit as an Ecumenist in GC 35 By Edward G. Farrugia S.J. in Ignaziana, 2008

Generous Love: The Truth of the Gospel and the Call to Dialogue An Anglican theology of inter faith relations. 2008 report from the Anglican Communion Network for Inter Faith Concerns

The Search for Interreligious Convivance, Ongoing Challenge and Charge By Jerald D Gort, Associate Professor of Missiology (emeritus) at the Faculty of Theology, Free University of Amsterdam, in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2008

Overcoming Global Hatred: Nurturing Respect and Understanding Among Different Faiths By Fr. Tom Ryan, CSP

A post-modern theological model for understanding the religious concept of ultimate reality and religious diversity By Mark Craig

Identity and Universality in Religion: The Quest for Personal Identity in the Religious Tradition By Dr. Vineeth Vadakkethala, February 2008

Other Faiths: A New Testament Perspective By William Loader, Emeritus Professor at Murdoch University, 2008

Does the Cross mean "No"? Further Reflection on Christians and Other Faiths By William Loader, Emeritus Professor at Murdoch University, 2008

Dialogue and Social Cohesion By Michael Barnes SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, September 2008

Dialogue and the Church – Part One By Paul D. Murray in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, August 2008

Dialogue and the Church – Part Two By Paul D. Murray in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, August 2008

Dialogue and the Church – Part Three By Paul D. Murray in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, August 2008

Interreligious Dialogue: A Risk or an Opportunity? By Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, May 2008

Speaking of God: Easter and Vaisakhi By Michael Barnes SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the English Jesuits, April 2008

Witnesses of Hope in an Ecumenical and Inter-religious SurroundinG By Msgr. Felix A. Machado, Under-Secretary, Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, in People on the Move, April 2008

Poor Mark for Dialogue? Comments on the New Evangelization Document of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith By Hermann Schalück, Secretary-General of the Franciscan Order in Rome from 1983 to 1985, in Herder Korrespondenz, 2008

To Be a Christian in the midst of World Religions: A Biblical-Christian View on the Religions of Others By Christoph Gellner, lecturer for theology and literature as well as Christianity and world religions at the University Luzern, in Stimmen der Zeit, 2008

The Rationale Behind Interreligious Dialogue By Gideon Goosen in Compass: A Review of Topical Theology, Autumn 2008

Religious Pluralism in an Era of Globalization: The Making of Modern Religious Identity By Jeannine Hill Fletcher in Theological Studies, June 2008

Merton and the Opening to the East By Thomas P. Rausch, SJ in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2008

Interreligious Understanding and the Battle of Ideas By Madeleine Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State, The Tanenbaum Memorial Lecture, 2008

Dialogue and Social Cohesion By Michael Barnes SJ in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, September 2008

Interreligious Dialogue – a risk or an opportunity? By Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, May 2008

Speaking of God: Easter and Vaisakhi By Michael Barnes, SJ, in Thinking Faith: The Online Journal of the British Jesuits, April 2008

Eternally Committed to the Other! By Mohammed Khallouk in COMPASS-Infodienst, September 2008

Prophetic Dialogue With Cultures and Religions in Fiji: A Pastoral Imperative By Fr. Timoci Kolodisi in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2007

Gender and Interreligious Dialogue By Ursula King in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2007

A Wish for More Dialogue with Non-Catholic Religions By Bridget Mulroy in Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 2007

Theology and Aboriginal Religion: Continuing “The Wider Ecumenism” By Carl F. Starkloff, S.J. in Theological Studies, June 2007

As Long As We Wonder: Possibilities in the Impossibility of Interreligious Dialogue By Jeannine Hill Fletcher in Theological Studies, September 2007

From Statements to Parables: Rethinking Pluralist Identities By Garth L. Hallett, S.J. in Theological Studies, September 2007

Language as Expression of Unity and Diversity: From Babel to Pentecost and Beyond By John Kinder, Associate Professor of Italian Studies and Chair of European Languages and Studies at the University of Western Australia. Revised version of an address given at the 28th Meeting for Friendship among the Peoples, Rimini, August 2007

Peace-Building through Ecumenical and Interfaith Dialogue By Felicita Carr

Judaism Open to the Religions of the Nations: A Polish Catholic Theologian Reads an American Jewish Pluralist By Piotr Sikora, Assistant Professor at the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Kracow, Poland, in Znak, 2007

Liberia A brief description of the interreligious situation, by the Revd Canon Dr Herman Browne, February 2007

Inter-Religious Dialogue: Urgent Challenge and Theological Land-Mine By John A. Coleman S.J., first presented as The Slattery Lecture, at the University of Notre Dame Australia, 5th June, 2007

Hope In The Midst Of The Mess: Dom Bede Griffiths, Inter-religious Dialogue, Contemplative Prayer, and Implications for Practical Theology By Bet Green in the Australian EJournal of Theology, 2007

Prophetic Dialogue As a Practical Theological Category By Gerard Hall SM in the Australian EJournal of Theology, 2007

The Land of Unlikeness: The Risk and Promise of Interreligious Dialogue The 2007 Las Casas lecture by Chris McVey OP

Ways of Knowing: Clearing the Ground for Conversation By Michael Whelan SM. Paper presented at the International Philosophy, Science and Theology Festival held in Grafton, NSW, Thursday June 21, 2007

Inter-Religious Dialogue in Schools: A Pedagogical and Civic Unavoidability By A. Abdool, J. L. van der Walt and C. Wolhuter in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2007

Interreligious Dialogue and Catholic Higher Education from a Migration Perspective By Archbishop Agostino Marchetto, Secretary, Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of  Migrants and Itinerant People, in People on the Move, August 2007

Interreligious Dialogue and World Peace By Walter Cardinal Kasper at the 13th Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, April-May 2007

Dialogue Threatened with extinction By James McEvoy in Eureka Street, June 2007

Dialogue between Individuals the Way to Inter-Faith Understanding By Greg Soetomo in Eureka Street, February 2007

"River and Cross": China's Religions and Christianity - An Insurmountable Conflict? By Georg Evers in China Heute, 2007

New Perspectives of Interreligious Learning By Stephan Leimgruber, professor for pedagogy of religion and didactics of religious education at the University of Munich, in Stimmen der Zeit, 2007

Truth and Tolerance: Opposites in the Interreligious Dialogue? By Christoph Bottigheimer, Professor of Fundamental Theology at the Catholic University Eichstatt-Ingolstadt, in Stimmen der Zeit, 2007

A Christian's Introduction To Religious Blending in Cambodia By Gerard Ravasco, S.D.B. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2007

What the Catholic Church Has Learnt from Interreligious Dialogue By Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, M.Afr., March 16, 2006

The Promise of Interreligious Dialogue for a World in Conflict By Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, M.Afr., March 16, 2006

The Catholic Church and Interreligious Dialogue By Archbishop Michael L. Fitzgerald, President of the Vatican's Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue from 2002 to 2006

Humility: The Ethic of Faith By Rabbi Howard S. Joseph, Rabbi of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue of Montreal, 2006

The Potential for Inter-religious Dialogue: Lessons from Bosnia-Herzegovina By Zoran Brajovic, University of Bonn and published by the Berghof Research Centre in 2006

African Ancestral Veneration and the Possibility of its Incorporation into Catholic Devotion By Alex Jebadu, SVD, June 2006

Culture or Faith? Origins of Conflict in our Society. A Catholic Perspective By Raymond Canning. This is a revised text presented at the Fifth International Inter-Religious Abraham Conference, Sydney, August 2006, which took as its theme "Interfaith Relations in Confronting Cultural Conflict"

Nuns and Interreligious Dialogue By Sr. Bruno-Marie Colin, OSB, Abbaye-Paix-Notre-Dame in Liege, Belgium, in Bulletin, January 2006

The Service of Faith in a Religiously Pluralistic World By Rev. Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J., 2006

Indirect Presence of the "Word" in Other Religions By Jojo Joseph

Inter-religious Dialogue Briefing paper prepared by Prof. Dr. Jamal Malik, University of Erfurt for the European Parliament, Committee on Education and Culture, 2006

A Travel Journal of Pastoral Involvement in a South African Multi-Faith Community By Jan-Albert van den Berg, Arnold Smit in HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 2006

Exile and Virtual Space: The New Frontiers in Interreligious Dialogue By Benoit Vermander in The Way, 2006

Monastic Life, Interreligious Dialogue and Openness to the Ultimate: A Reflection on the Tibhirine Monks' Experience By Christian Salenson in The Way, 2006

The Roman Catholic Church and African Religions: A Problematic Encounter By Ludovic Lado in The Way, 2006

The Thick and Thin of Inter-Religious Dialogue By J.G. Donders in Eureka Street, May 2006

From Religious Pluralism to Dialogue: Inter-Religious Initiatives in Switzerland By Christian M. Rutishauser SJ in Stimmen der Zeit, 2006

Jesuits in Inter-Religious Dialogue in India By Michael Amaladoss SJ in Stimmen der Zeit, 2006

How Universal is God? The Many Religions - And We Johannes Roser in Christ in der Gegenwart, 2006

Embracing Difference across Culturas and Ecclesial Divides By Janette Gray, R.S.M. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2006

Improvements in the Meeting of Shamanism and Christianity among the Indigenous Peoples of East Asia and Oceania By Oliver Lardinois, SJ in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2006

Theology of Liberation in The Dialogue of Religions: A New Development in Latin America By Stefan Silber in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2006

Humility: The Ethic of Faith By Rabbi Howard S. Joseph, 2006

Reconciling Evangelization and Dialogue through Love of Neighbor By Amelia J. Uelman, 2006

Catholic Schools and Religious Pluralism By Edmund Chia in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2006

Crucial Crossroads: Dialogue Between Faith and Culture in the Federation of Asian Bishops' Conferences By Andrew Recepcion in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2005

Dialogue Between Religions in Asia Today By Michael Amaladoss, S.J. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2005

From the Margins to the Centers of Power: The Increasing Relevance of the Global Interfaith Movement By Patrice Brodeur in Cross Currents, Spring 2005

Inclusiveness and Justice: The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Interfaith Work By Eboo Patel in Cross Currents, Spring 2005

Rediscovering Vatican II: Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue By Walter Cardinal Kasper, October 2005

Rediscovering Vatican II: Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue By Rabbi David Rosen, October 2005

On Transforming Our World: Critical Pedagogy for Interfaith Education By Tiffany Puett in Cross Currents, Summer 2005

Healing the World - Working Together: Religion in Global Society Keynote address by Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches, at the international conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews, Chicago, July 2005

Healing The World - Working Together: Religion in Global Society By Rabbi David Rosen, Chicago, July 2005

The Call to Interfaith Dialogue By Dr. Gerard Hall, Head of School of Theology, McAuley Campus, Australian Catholic University, in Australian EJournal of Theology, August 2005

On Building Interfaith Harmony within the International Community Declaration at the ASEM Interfaith Dialogue in Bali, Indonesia, July 2005

Catholic Universities and Interreligious Dialogue By J. Michael Miller in America, June 20, 2005

Promotion of Inter-religious Dialogue: Report of the UN Secretary General Views of UN member states on the promotion of IRD published in 2005

Some Observations on Interreligious Dialogue By Raimon Panikkar in Bulletin, April 2005

Nostra Aetate 40 Years On By Most Reverend Kevin John Patrick, McDonald, B.A., S.T.L., S.T.D., Archbishop of Southwark

Nostra Aetate Encounter Story By Sr. Roisin Hannaway, November 2005

"Genuine Pluralism" and Reformed Christology By Sarah J. Melcher in Cross Currents, Winter 2005

A Matter of Time: The Jew, Christian, and Muslim in Conversation By Paul Golomb in Cross Currents, Winter 2005

All Nations before God's Throne: Evangelicals in the Interfaith World By Nicholas M. Price in Cross Currents, Fall 2005

The Changing Face of Europe: Challenge/Opportunity for the Church By J. M. Gaudeul, Secretariat pour les Relations avec l'Islam, November 2005

Zionism, the Qur'an, and the Hadith By Khaleel Mohammed in Judaism, Winter-Spring 2005

Pagan Involvement in the Interfaith Movement: Exclusions, Dualities, and Contributions By Grove Harris in Cross Currents, Spring 2005

Religious Strangers as Menaces By Martin E. Marty in Cross Currents, Spring 2005

Nostra Aetate: Building Bridges of Friendship and Cooperation Over 40 years By David Creamer S.J. in Perspective: A Semi-Annual Examination and Application of Catholic and Ignatian Thought, November 2005

Inter-Religious Dialogue in the Migrants' World By Cardinal Paul Shan Kuo-Hsi, S.I., Bishop of Kaohsiung, in People on the Move, August 2005

Theology of Liberation in the Dialogue between Religions: A New Development in Latin America By Stefan Silber in Stimmen der Zeit, 2005

Confucianism: Sacred or Secular? By Kathleen Nadeau in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2005

Some Thoughts on Cultural Orientation By John Fullenbach, S.V.D. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2005

The message launched by the laboratory of the Lebanon By Mohammed Sammak in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, September 2005

The human factor By Sergio Belardinelli in Oasis: Biannual Journal of the Oasis International Foundation, September 2005

Rediscovering Vatican II: Ecumenism and Interreligious Dialogue By Cardinal Walter Kasper, October 2005

Healing the World - Working Together: Religion in Global Society By Rev. Dr. Samuel Kobia, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches, 2005

Chiara Lubich: A Life for Unity By Amelia J. Uelman in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Winter 2005

The Mediating Role of Narrative in Interreligious Dialogue: Implications and Illustrations from the Philippine Context By Jose Mario C. Francisco, S.J. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2004

Meeting God Outside the Camp By Chris McVey, O.P. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2004

Radical Openness: Toward a Christian Spirituality of Interreligious Dialogue in Depth By Br. Gregory Perron, OSB, in Bulletin, October 2004

Catholic Perspectives on Interreligious Relations By Thomas Ryan, CSP, World Council of Churches, Current Dialogue, Issue 44, December 2004

Diversity in a Multicultural and Polyethnic World: Challenges and Responses By Cornel du Toit, University of South Africa, in Verbum et Ecclesia, 2004

Dialogue Today: A Certain Stubbornness By James D. Redington, S.J., lecture of October 7, 2004

The Role of Interreligious Dialogue in Peace-building in Israel By Rabbi Ron Kronish, Director of the Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel, in Ecumenical Trends, September 2004

Proclamation and Dialogue: Partner Expressions of Evangelization By Fr. Tom Ryan, CSP

What Makes for Genuine Dialogue By Thomas Ryan, CSP

International Religious Communities in a Multicultural World By Superior General Antonio M. Pernia, SVD, February 2004

Patience, Carefulness and Hopefulness: Three Loving, Compassionate Tactics for Interreligious Dialoguing By Anton Karl Kozlovic in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, January-March 2004

Disarming Terror: A Role for Believers By Walter Cardinal Kasper, September 2004

The Interreligious Dialogue By Florin Pãuleþ SJ in Studia Theologica, 2004

Jacques Dupuis's Contributions To Interreligious Dialogue By Gerald O'Collins in Theological Studies, June 2003

The Interconnection of Study and Dialogue By Fr. Jacques Scheuer, in Bulletin, March 2003

The Catholic Church and the Other Religious Paths: Rejecting Nothing That is True and Holy By James Fredericks in Theological Studies, June 2003

At the Heart of Dialogue By Sr. Bruno-Marie Colin, OSB, in Bulletin, March 2003

Faithful and Pluralistic: Engagement among People of Living Faiths By Dorothy Yoder Nyce in Cross Currents, Summer 2003

Seven Logical Consequences of Interreligious Dialoguing: A Taxonomy of Praxis Possibilities By Anton Karl Kozlovic in Marburg Journal of Religion, September 2003

Inter Faith Dialogue and Mission in Malaysia Anglican report, 2003

Is Poetry the Native Language of Dialogue? By Fr. Bernard-Joseph Samain, OCSO, Abbaye d'Orval in Belgium, in Bulletin, March 2003

Guidelines for Inter Faith Encounter in the Churches of the Porvoo Communion Porvoo Communion Consultation on Inter Faith Relations, Oslo - 30 November - 3 December 2003

Christian Mission and Interfaith Concerns: A New Zealand Account By Rev Canon Dr Douglas Pratt, Bangalore, India, September 2003

Searching for God in Dialogue By Fr. Ramon Alvarez Velasco, OSB, in Bulletin, March 2003

Journeys in Interreligious Dialogue By Fr. Leo Lefebure, Professor of Theology at Georgetown University, in Bulletin, September 2003

Christian Theological Rhetoric for a Pluralist Age By Gerard Hall. Presentation for the International Academy of Practical Theology, University of Manchester, UK. April 2003

Multi-Faith Dialogue in Conversation with Raimon Panikkar By Gerard Hall, SM. Annual Conference, Multi-Faith Centre, Griffith University, July 2003

Christianity and Culture - Authentic in Dialogue: Beyond Relativism and Ethnocentrism By S.M. Michael, S.V.D. at the Seminar on "Prophetic Dialogue: Challenges and Prospects in India" held at Ishvani Kendra, Pune, from February 16-19, 2003

Ten Steps to Peace By Thomas Michel, S.J., 2003

Jesus and the Samaritan Woman: A Model of Dialogue With the "Other" By Fr. Thaddeus T. Tarhembe in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2003

Promoting Tolerance and Harmony Among People of Different Faiths By H.R.H. Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan, The Tanenbaum Memorial Lecture, 2003

Image of Christ for Japanese: Reflections on Shusaku Endo's Novels By Emi Mase-Hasegawa in Inter-Religio, 2003

Endo SHusaku's Novels and Religoius Pluralism: A Reply to Prof. Emi Mase-Hasegawa By J. P. Mukengeshayi Matata in Inter-Religio, 2003

Christian Communities' Response to Globalization By Thomas Michel, S.J.

God's People Amidst All of God's People: Ecumenism and the Challenge of Religious and Cultural Plurality By Thomas Michel, S.J.

Creating a Culture of Dialogue: Methodology of Interreligious Dialogue By Thomas Michel, S.J.

Dialogue in The Context of Consecrated Life: Working With Others for Justice and Peace Anonymous (Jesuit?) author

Wittgenstein on Religious Points of View: Its Relevance for Interreligious Dialogue By Kim-chinj Vu. Chapter 5 of Dialogue between Christian Philosophy and Chinese Culture: Philosophical Perspectives for the Third Millennium, edited by Paschal Ting, Marian Kao and Bernard Li, 2002

Palestinian Christianity and Interreligious Relations, Part 1 By Frans Bouwen, M. Afr. in a forum in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on relations between the Christian community and both Muslim and Jews, 16 January 2002
Palestinian Christianity and Interreligious Relations, Part 2)

Christian Witness in a Marketplace of Cultured Altenatives By A. H. Mathias Zahniser in Missiology: An International Review, April 2002

Religious Pluralism: A Turn to the Holy Spirit By Clark H. Pinnock, McMaster Divinity College, in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 5, 2002

Double Religious Belonging and Liminality - An Antropho-Theological Reflection By Michael Amaladoss, SJ in Vidyajyoti (Journal of Theological Reflection), January 2002

Mission in the Pluralistic Context: Spreading the Message of Abba Experience By Jojo Joseph, May 2002

Toward a Dialogue of Civilizations A Dialogue Between Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks and Prof. Leonard Swidler, 2002

Interreligious Relations in the Wake of September 11 By Hans Ucko, Riga, May 2002

The Asian Church in Dialogue With Dominus Iesus By Edmund Chia, FSC, March 2002

The Roman Catholic Church's Teaching about Non-Christians in General and Muslims in Particular with Special Reference to the Second Vatican Council Chapter 1 of Modern Western Christian Theological Understandings of Muslims Since The Second Vatican Council by Mahmut Aydin, 2002

Post Vatican II Developments in the Catholic Church's Teaching on Non-Christians in General and Muslims in Particular Chapter 2 of Modern Western Christian Theological Understandings of Muslims Since The Second Vatican Council by Mahmut Aydin, 2002

Christ Among the Religions By Cardinal Avery Dulles in America, 2002

A Charism for Dialog: Advice from the Early Jesuit Missionaries in Our World of Religious Pluralism By Francis X Clooney, S.J. in Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits, March 2002

Intercultural and Interreligious Hermeneutics: Raimon Panikkar By Gerard Hall in Theology@McAuley, 2002

Jacques Dupuis' Christian Theology of Religious Pluralism By Gerard Hall SM in Theology@McAuley, 2002

Interreligious Dialogue as a Way to Face Together the Various Problems in Asia By S.M. Michael at the Meeting of Asian Consultors of the PCID and Secretaries of the National Commissions for Interreligious Dialogue in Asia, Aaron's Retreat House, Suwon, Korea, September 2002

Proclamation and Dialogue with the African Traditional Religion (Part I) By H. Exc. Mgr. Cyprien Mbuka, C.I.C.M. Auxiliar Bishop of Boma, Dem. Rep. of Congo, in Omnis Terra, April 2002

Proclamation and Dialogue With the African Traditional Religion (Part II) By H. Exc. Mgr. Cyprien Mbuka, C.I.C.M., Auxiliar Bishop of Boma, Dem. Rep. of Congo, in Omnis Terra, May 2002

Threads of Faiths in a Texture of Life: Theological Issues in Inter-faith Praxis By Diego Irarrazaval, CSC, 2002

Theology and the Clash of Civilizations By Jack Miles in Cross Currents, Winter 2002

To Whom Shall We Give Access to Our Water Holes? By Farid Esack in Cross Currents, Winter 2002

Three Tactics for Encouraging Newer Faiths to Participate in Interreligious Dialoguing By Anton Karl Kozlovic in Quodlibet Online Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy, Summer 2002

Recent Patriarchal Encyclicals on Religious Tolerance and Peaceful Coexistence By Rev. Dr. George C. Papademetriou of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, 2002

God Is Like a Large Baobab Tree By Father Joseph Healey, M.M. / Dar es Salaam / Tanzania, 2002

Two-Eyed Dialogue: Reflections after Fifty Years By George Gispert-Suach in The Way, 2002

Christological Affirmations of “Dominus Iesus” and Inter-Religious Dialogue: Dialogue with Confucian Classics from a Christian Perspective By Savio Hon Tai-Fai in Path, 2002

Religious Pluralism: A Turn to the Holy Spirit By Clark H. Pinnock in McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry, vol 5, 2002

Christ Among the Religions By Avery Cardinal Dulles, SJ, in America, February 4, 2002

The Mediating Role Of Narrative In Inter-Religious Dialogue: Implications and Illustrations from the Philippine Context By Jose Maria C. Francisco, SJ, in Inter-Religio, 2002

Fides et Ratio and Asian Philosophies: Sharing the Banquet of Truth By Peter C. Phan in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2002

The Encounter Between the Gospel and the Values of Indigenous Peoples in Asia: Challenges of the Future By Francisco Claver, S.J. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2002

Double Religious Belonging and Liminality: An Anthropological Reflection By Michael Amaladoss, S.J. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2002

Dialogue and Culture: Reflections by a Temporary Sojourner By John M. Prior, S.V.D. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2002

The Sharia in Nigeria: Challenge to Christians By John Onayekan, Archbishop of Abuja, SIST Symposium, Attakwu-Enugu, March 2001

The Pilgrimage in the Different Religious Traditions By Swami Amaranandaji, Ramakrishna Vedanda Center, India

The Bishop: Servant of the Gospel of Jesus Christ for the Hope of the World By Rev. Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J., at the X Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, October 5, 2001

Christianity and Other Religions: From Confrontation to Encounter By Jacques Dupuis, S.J., in The Tablet, 20, 27 October and 3 November 2001

Who Should Be Allowed to Participate in Official Interreligious Dialogues? A Review of Issues By Anton Karl Kozlovic, School of Humanities, The Flinders University of South Australia, in Marburg Journal of Religion, June 2001

Building the Kingdom of God on Earth with Special Reference to Pakistan through the Work of the Christian Study Centre By Dominic Moghal in al-mushir (Theological Journal of the Christian Study Centre), Rawalpindi, Pakistan, 2001

The study of Religions and the Dialogue of Religions (Shukyogaku to Shukyotaiwa) By Michael Pye, University of Marburg, Germany, in Marburg Journal of Religion, June 2001

Spirituality in Interreligious Dialogue: Challenge and Promise By Giuseppe Scattolin, MCCJ in Encounter (Documents for Muslim-Christian Understanding), April 2001

Exercising Tolerance: A Protection from Our Deepest Fears? By Elizabeth Kaeton, Canon Missioner to The Oasis in the Episcopal Diocese of Newark, a ministry with and to lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender people, in The Witness, December 2001

The Challenge of Other Faiths By Henry Wansbrough OSB, Oxford University Faculty of Theology, 2001

Is It Possible to Get Along with Fundamentalists? An interview with Martin E. Marty in The Witness, December 2001

'The Multi-Colored Wisdom of God': A Pentecost Paradigm By Christopher Duraisingh, Professor of Applied Theology at the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Mass., in The Witness, December 2001

Pilgrimage, Sovereignty and Mutuality: Images for Interfaith Dialogue By James Crampsey in The Way, 2001

Thomas Merton and Confucian Rites: The Fig Leaf for the Paradise Condition? By John Wu, Jr. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2001

The Roman Catholic Perception of other Churches and other Religions after the Vatican's Dominus Jesus By Aloysius Pieris, S.J. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2001

Religion and Civil Society: The Quest For Peace in Mindanao Through Inter-faith Dialogue By Hamid Aminoddin Barra in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2001

FABC's “Response” to Dominus Iesus By Edmund Chia, F.S.C. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2001

The Contribution of Interfaith Dialogue Towards a Culture of Peace By Jørgen S. Nielsen in Current Dialogue, December 2000

Interreligious Dialogue By Wim Holderbeke, CICM, Pedicab, SIN, December 2000

Ecclesial Repentance and the Demands of Dialogue By Bradford E. Hinze in Theological Studies, June 2000

Interreligious Dialogue in Pursuit of Fullness of Life in Asia Workshop Report of the FABC Seventh Plenary Assembly in January 2000 in Samphran, Thailand

Mission in the Context of Other Religions By Jacob Kavunkal, SVD in Vidyajyoti (Journal of Theological Reflection), December 2000

The Contribution of Interfaith Dialogue Towards a Culture of Peace By Jørgen S. Nielsen in Current Dialogue, December 2000

Is Christianity the Only Path to God? By Robert Louis Wilken on what St. Augustine said. Scroll down to find the article

Ethical Creativity in a Culture of Uneasy Religious Pluralism, Incomplete Democratization and Economic Injustice By Martin Prozesky. Chapter 6 of Sameness and Difference: Problems and Potentials in South African Civil Society, 2000

The Challenge of Fundamentalism for Interreligious Dialogue By Peter A. Huff in Cross Currents, Spring/Summer 2000

Catholics and Interreligious Relations By Dr. John Borelli, special assistant to the president of Georgetown University for Interreligious Initiatives and recently named national coordinator for mission and interreligious dialogue for the U.S. Jesuit Conference

An Orthodox Christian View of Non-Christian Religions By Rev. Dr. George C. Papademetriou of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, 2000

Inter Faith Pilgrimage: Journeys Across Boundaries By Sarah Thorley in The Way, 2000

Church's Dialogue with Cultures and Religions By Jacob Parappally in Third Millennium (Indian Journal of Evangelization), October-December 2000

"Dominus Iesus" - Or: A Plea for Bold Humility By John Prior, SVD, November 2000

Declaration Dominius Iesus Interview with Msgr Bruno Forte, Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, in Omnis Terra, November 2000

World Religions: A Primer for Catholics By Virginia Smith in Catholic Update, 2000

Thomas Merton and the Confucian Rites: The Fig Leaf for the Paradise Condition By John Wu, Jr in Inter-Religio, 2000

Yang Huilin and His View of Christian Culture By Leopold Leeb, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, in Inter-Religio, 2000

Religion and Civil Society: The Quest for Peace in Mindanao Through Inter-Faith Dialogue By Hamid Aminoddin Barra in Inter-Religio, 2000

Of Fork and Spoon or Fingers and Chopsticks: Interreligious Dialogue in Ecclesia in Asia By Edmund Chia, F.S.C. in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2000

Exploring the Frontiers: Jacques Dupuis and the Movement “Towards a Christian Theology of Religious Pluralism” By Terrence Merrigan in East Asian Pastoral Review, 2000

Can Christianity Dialogue with African Traditional Religion? By Peter K. Sarpong

Letter to Presidents of Bishops' Conferences on the Spirituality of Dialogue By Francis Cardinal Arinze, 1999

"Christianity and the World Religions," A Recent Vatican Document By Terrence W. Tilley in Theological Studies, June 1999

Eucharistic Presence: An Invitation To Dialogue By John H. McKenna in Theological Studies, June 1999

Discovering the Face of Jesus in Asia Today From the Office of Human Development of the Federation of Asian Bishops' Conferences, 1999. Many sections of this document deal with dialogue

Dialogue as a Way to Humanity By Jolana Poláková. Chapter 4 of Human Dignity: Values and Justice, edited by Miloslav Bednár, 1999

Interreligious Perspectives on Incarnation By Dr. Gerard Hall, Head of School of Theology, McAuley Campus, Australian Catholic University. Published in The Australasian Catholic Record, October 1999

Religious Pluralism in Asia: An Indonesian Experience By Agustine Nunuk Prasetyo Murniati in The Way, 1999

Pluralism and Interfaith Dialogue By Ian Ritchie, Ph.D. Chapter 7 of his book, African Theology and Social Change: An Anthropological Approach, 1993, 1999

Towards The Third Millennium By Kamal-Hanna Bathish in SIDIC Periodical, 1999

Turning 20, Embracing Dialogue:New Ways of Being Church By Edmund Chia in Inter-Religio, 1999

Interfaith Dialogue Guidelines By Lucien F. Cosijins in Inter-Religio, 1999

The Dialogue of Life. The question: "How do we live our lives together?", The answer: "By passing over and coming back" By J. Mark Hensman in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1999

The Dialogue of Life as the Locus of Non-verbal Interreligious Dialogue By J. Mark Hensman in East Asian Pastoral Review, 1999

Dialogue with Religions of Asia: Challenges from Without (Part I) By Edmund Chia, FSC (Malaysia), at SEDOS Annual Research Seminar, Ariccia, Rome, May 1998
Dialogue with Religions of Asia: Challenges from Within (Part II)

African Spirituality and Interfaith Relations Dr Elizabeth Amoah, University of Ghana. Lecture held in the Council Room at Mansfield College, Oxford, October 22, 1998

A Cusan Approach to Religious Unity By David J. De Leonardis, Chapter 6 of Ethical Implications of Unity and the Divine in Nicholas of Cusa, 1998

Religions, Hard and Soft By Johan Galtung in Cross Currents, Winter 1997-98. "Every religion contains, in varying degrees, elements that contribute to peace or war. For the sake of world peace, dialogue within religions and among them must strengthen the peacemaking elements within them."

What Is the Human Spiritual Impulse? How Is This Reflected in Major World Religions, Both Eastern and Western? By Dr. Gerard Hall, Head of School of Theology, McAuley Campus, Australian Catholic University. Talk given at St James Spirituality Centre, Sydney, October 1998

A Model for Dialogue: Cyprian of Carthage on Ecclesial Discernment By Paul J. Fitzgerald in Theological Studies, June 1998

The Role of Dialogue in Mission By Msgr. Michael Fitzgerald, Mafr, 1998

Religious Knowledge in the Pluralist Theology of Religions By Terrence Merrigan in Theological Studies, December 1997

Reflecting on the Plurality of Religions By Michael Pye, University of Marburg, Germany, in Marburg Journal of Religion, May 1997

How Does Pluralism Challenge Us? A Critique of Bishop Michael Ingham's Religious Pluralism By Ian Ritchie, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture, Concord College in Incourage: Journal of Barnabas Anglican Ministries, 1997

Christ and the Other Religions By Michael Fitzgerald in Tertium Millennium, 1997

Presence and Action of the Holy Spirit in the World and in Other Religions By Giovanni Cereti in Tertium Millennium, 1997

The Consequences of Interreligious Hatred: The Case of Bosnia By Haris Silajdzic, President, Bosnia-Herzegovina, The Tanenbaum Memorial Lecture, 1997

Religious Prejudice, Dialogue and Respect By Yossi Ives in Common Ground, 1997

Christian Faith and Other Faiths By Roger Hooker, 1997

Interpreting Christian Symbols and Contemporary Events: The Hermeneutics of Traditional Tagalog Apocalyptic Groups By Jose Maria C. Francisco in Inter-Religio, 1997

From Conflict to Harmony: A Confucian Response to Interfaith Dialogue By Dr Xinzhong Yao, University of Wales. Lecture given for the International Interfaith Centre on 14 November 1996, in The Chapel of Mansfield College, Oxford

Religion in a New Key: Global Perspectives and Encounters Challenging the Study of Religions By Ursula King in Religion & Theology, 1996

Catholicism and Other Religions By Aidan Nichols, O.P. Chapter 14 of Epiphany: A Theological Introduction to Catholicism, 1996

Christianity: Time to Rethink By Donald Reeves. Biblical scholarship and increased knowledge of non-Christian religions has left Christianity's traditional claim to superiority on shaky foundations. How can Christianity claim that Jesus was God when Jesus himself did not claim it? Reeves sees the old theology being discarded and new thinking emerging which will put Christianity on the same level as other world religions. This was the content of four sermons transcribed as one page. The sermons were delivered in St. James's Anglican church, Piccadily, London in 1996

Harmony Among Humans, Nature and God: A Comprehensive Vision of Optimal Harmony By Vincent Shen in Inter-Religio, 1996

Response to "The Kingdom of God as the Christian Image of Harmony" By Michio T. Shinozaki, dean of the Rissho Kosei-Kai Gakurin Buddhist seminary, in Inter-Religio, 1996

Christianity Today: The Transition to Disestablishment By James Heisig in Inter-Religio, 1996

The Kingdom of God as the Christian Image of Harmony By Kim Sung-Hae in Inter-Religio, 1996

The Eco-Human Crisis: Interreligious Dialogue and Global Responsibility By Professor Paul Knitter of Xavier University, USA. Lecture for the International Interfaith Centre at Oxford in November 1995

Suspending Our Beliefs By Mathai Zachariah, former general secretary of the National Council of Churches in India, in One World, Jan/Feb. 1995

Dialogue with African Traditional Religion(ATR): The Teaching of the Special Synod on Africa By Emefie Ikenga-Metuh, 1995

Religious Pluralism and Christian Missions By Ed Mathews, Abilene Christian University, in Journal of Applied Missiology, 1995

NCC Center for the Study of Japanese Religions in Kyoto: 35 Years of Interreligious Encounter in an Ecumenical Context By Martin Repp in Inter-Religio, 1995

Religious Broadcasting and Interreligious Dialogue By Dominic Emmanuel in Inter-Religio, 1995

The Relation between Religions in the Light of the Environmental Crisis By Prof Seyyed Hossein Nasr, of The George Washington University, USA. The inaugural Autumn Lecture given on October 27, 1994 at Manchester College, Oxford

Anonymous Christians: Karl Rahner's Pneuma-Christocentrism and an East-West Dialogue By Joseph H. Wong in Theological Studies, December 1994

Dialogue in Action An Interview with Ignatius T.F. Tchou, SJ, in Inter-Religio, 1994

Pathways to Faith and Interreligious Dialogue By Peter Lee in Inter-Religio, 1994

A Model of Evangelization for an Interreligious World By Chen-huang Cheng in Inter-Religio, 1994

Pastoral Attention to Traditional Religions Letter of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue to the Presidents of Episcopal Conferences in Asia, the Americas and Oceania, 1993

The Nature of Faith in Inter-Religious Dialogue By Ewert Cousins in The Way, 1993

Theological Issues in Meditative Technologies By Thomas Keating in The Way, 1993

The Experience of Interfaith Prayer By Christopher Lamb in The Way, 1993

The 'Inter' of Interfaith Spirituality By Julius Lipner in The Way, 1993

A Revealing Dialogue By Donald W. Mitchell in The Way, 1993

Interfaith and Women's Spirituality By Pauline Webb in The Way, 1993

Tolerance, Intolerance and Inter-Religious Dialogue By Dominic Emmanuel in Inter-Religio, 1993

World Scripture and Education for Peace By Andrew Wilson, Ph.D., at a conference sponsored by the New Ecumenical Research Association in France, May 1992

The Way of Interreligious Dialogue: The Hong Kong Experience By Peter Lee in Inter-Religio, 1992

The Confucian Sage By Kim Sung-Hae in Inter-Religio, 1992

Interreligious Dialogue Since Vatican II The Monastic Contemplative Dimension By Wayne Teasdale in Spirituality Today, 1991

Christian Spirituality and the Scripture of Other Faiths By Michael Barnes in The Way, 1991

When Cultures Meet: Inter-Faith Encounter in a Cold Climate By Philip Lewis in The Way, 1991

Breaking New Ground in Confucian-Christian Dialogue? By Peter Lee in Inter-Religio, 1991

A New Vision for China: The Case of Liu Xiao Feng By Arnold Sprenger in Inter-Religio, 1991

Religious Plurality and the Christological Debate By Jacques Dupuis, SJ, in Baar, Switzerland at a symposium sponsored by the 'Dialogue with Living Faiths' section of the World Council of Churches, January 1990

Theological and Ethical Responses to Religious Pluralism–1 Corinthians 8-10 By Bruce W. Winter, Warden, Tyndale House, Cambridge, in Tyndale Bulletin, November 1990

Ecumenism, Archetypes, and Symbols By Antonio Moreno, OP in Spirituality Today, 1989

Baha'i-Christian Dialogue: Some Key Issues Considered By Francis J. Beckwith in Christian Research Journal, Winter/Spring 1989

The Four Little Dragons, the Great Dragon, and the Phoenixes By Peter Lee in Inter-Religio, 1989

The Metanoetics of Interreligious Encounter By James Fredericks in Inter-Religio, 1989

From Chuang-tzu's Way to Jesus Christ as the Way By Kadowaki Kakichi in Inter-Religio, 1989

Re-Thinking the Faith with Indigenous Categories By Jose M. de Mesa in Inter-Religio, 1988

The Prospective Eye of Interreligious Dialogue By Richard E. Wentz in Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 1987

Answering Pilate: Truth and the Postliberal Church By William Willimon in the Christian Century, January 28, 1987

Religion and Popular Religiosity in the Philippines By Brendan Lovett in Inter-Religio, 1987

Reflections on a Fascinating Journey By Langdon Gilkey in Inter-Religio, 1987

The Sermon on the Mount of Intrareligious Dialogue By Raimon Panikkar in Bulletin, October 1986

Missiology III: The World Religions By John Ball in The Way, 1986

Christology and the Pluralist Consciousness By Charles A. Wilson in Word & World, 1985

Labor Room or Morgue: The Power and Limits of Pluralism and Christology By Patrick Keifert in Word & World, 1985

Partners for Dialogue By Joseph O'Leary in Inter-Religio, 1985

Religious Pluralism: The Japanese Case By Notto Thelle in Inter-Religio, 1984

The Impact of Interreligious Encounter in Thailand By Seri Phongphit in Inter-Religio, 1984

An Asian Perspective on Interreligious Encounter By Michael Sastrapratedja in Inter-Religio, 1984

The Dialogue Decalogue: Ground Rules for Interreligious Dialogue By Leonard Swidler in Inter-Religio, 1984

Christian Faith, Asian Wisdom Traditions, and the Newly Emerging Paradigm Shift By Paul Clasper in Inter-Religio, 1984

Incarnation and Apocalyptic: Christology in the Context of Religious Pluralism By George Rupp in Word & World, 1983

Reflections on Interreligious Dialogue By Ignatius Hirudayam, SJ, (1910-1995), founder of Aikiya Alayam, an Institute of Dialogue with Cultures and Religions, in Bulletin, May 1983

A Shinto-Christian Dialogue. [3:2-10] By Yuki Hideo in Inter-Religio, 1983

An Encounter with Mindanao and Sulu Cultures By Peter Gowing in Inter-Religio, 1983

Facing Religious Pluralism in Asia By James Heisig in Inter-Religio, 1983

The Depth-Dimension of Religious Dialogue By Swami Abhishiktananda (1910-1973), the Indian name of Dom Henri Le Saux, a Benedictine monk, in Bulletin, January 1982

Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief Proclaimed by General Assembly resolution 36/55 of 25 November 1981

Zen and the Spiritual Exercises: A Dialogue between Faiths By Daniel J. O'Hanlon in Theological Studies, December 1978

Understanding As the First Step in an Evangelical Approach to World Religions: Some Methodological Considerations By Robert N. Minor, assistant professor of the history of religions at Allegheny College, in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1976

The Risen Christ, Transcultural Consciousness, and the Encounter of the World Religions By William M. Thompson in Theological Studies, September 1976

The Question of Pluralism By Giuseppe Lazzati in The Way, 1971

Theological Relfections on the Problem of Pluralism By Heinrich Fries in Theological Studies, March 1967

World Scripture: An Anthology of Sacred Texts This collection contains over 4000 scriptural passages from 268 sacred texts and 55 oral traditions, and is organized in terms of 164 different themes

The Role of Dialogue in Mission By Msgr. Michael Fitzgerald, MAfr

Developing Dialogue By Msgr. Michael Fitzgerald, MAfr

Interfaith Encounter Association Dedicated to promoting peace in the Middle East through interfaith dialogue and cross-cultural study. We believe that, rather than being a cause of the problem, religion can and should be a source of the solution for conflicts that exist in the region and beyond

International Association for Religious Freedom The International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) is the oldest international interfaith organization (founded in 1900) with many member groups in 25 countries. The IARF welcomes into membership anyone commited to the fundamental right of religious freedom and to openness, understanding, compassion, and solidarity among persons of different religious traditions

Religions Working Together for a Better World Links to multifaith, interfaith, and other religious sites

Many True Religions, And Each An Only Way: The Diversity of Religious Ends By S. Mark Heim, Andover Newton Theological School

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