Interfaith Theology

Pages: 288
Subject: Religion
Imprint: Oneworld Academic

Interfaith Theology

A Reader

A comprehensive anthology which draws on over 100 different sources, including all the major figures, to provide an overview of the key debates in the interfaith world.
9781851682768 (26 Nov 2001)
RRP £25.00 / US$36.00

The Book

Drawing on the words of over one hundred theologians and philosophers of religion, this anthology addresses the vital question of how the world faiths relate to one another in a plural society.The readings in this volume are drawn from all the world religions and their key thinkers; they cover the entire spectrum of views from traditional to radical, as well as providing a comprehensive overview of the interfaith debate and all its major themes. All the significant voices are included, including Karl Barth, Mahatma Gandhi, Ingrid Shafer, Ursula King and the Dalai Lama, in a collection that also traces the development of the discipline from the early 20th century to the present day.

Additional Information

Subject Religion
Pages 288
Imprint Oneworld Academic


About the Author

Dan Cohn-Sherbok is a widely published and eminent scholar of Judaism. He is currently professor of Judaism at the University of Wales at Lampeter and Visiting Professor of Interfaith Dialogue at Middlesex University. Lavinia Cohn-Sherbok is a writer and teacher specializing in Judaism and Jewish issues.


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