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2020/4: Signs of Hope in Muslim-Christian Relations

17:26 20/11/2020
2020/4: Signs of Hope in Muslim-Christian Relations

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Edited by Catherine Cornille, Daniel Franklin Pilario, and Mile Babic.

 

Part One: Official Statements and Documents

Nostra Aetate and Encounters of Friendship
WILHELMUS VALKENBERG

A Common Word between Us and You–a Carrier of Hope
VEBJØRN L. HORSFJORD

Migration as a Kairos Moment for Protestant-Muslim Dialogue
JOSHUA RALSTON

 

Part Two: Hope in Sacrifice and Solidarity

Monastic-Muslim Dialogue
WILLIAM SKUDLAREK

Martyrdom and Hope in Muslim-Christian Dialogue
CHRISTIAN S. KROKUS

 

Part Three: Signs of Hope in Different Parts of the World

Signs of Hope for Christian-Muslim Relations in Indonesia
ALBERTUS BAGUS LAKSANA, S.J.

Academic Collaboration in Germany
KLAUS VON STOSCH

The Dialogue School in Belgium
LAURIE JOHNSTON

Grassroots Initiatives in Turkey
CLAUDIO MONGE, OP

Collaboration for Peace in Nigeria
MARINUS CHIJIOKE IWUCHUKWU

Hospitality and Mutuality in Egypt
JEAN DRUEL

 

Part Four: Hope for the Future of Muslim-Christian Relations

A Shared Desire for a Universal Vision
DANIEL A. MADIGAN, S.J.

A Shared Culture of Justice and Reconciliation
ASMA AFSARUDDIN

 

Part Five: Theological Forum - Public Theology in the Digital Age

Who Participates in the Digital Theological Conversation?
STEPHEN OKEY

Millennials and Public Theology in a Digital Age
KATHERINE G. SCHMIDT

2020 ISSUES

1: Decolonial Theology: Violence, Resistance and Spiritualities

2: Masculinities

3: Politics, Theology and the Meaning of Power

4: Signs of Hope for Muslim-Christian Dialogue

5: Differently Able: for a Church Where All Belong