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Reconciliation in interfaith perspective : Jewish, Christian and Muslim voices / edited by Reimund Bieringer & David J. Bolton.

Publication:
Leuven : Peeters, 2011.
Format/Description:
Book
vi, 218 p. ; 22 cm.
Subjects:
Theology of reconciliation.
Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity.
Christianity and other religions -- Judaism.
Judaism -- Relations -- Islam.
Islam -- Relations -- Judaism.
Islam -- Relations -- Christianity.
Christianity and other religions -- Islam.
Contents:
Repentance, reconciliation and relationship in Judaism: the book of Jonah as case study / A. Reinhartz
The silence of Jonah and the boundaries of forgiveness / D. Pollefeyt
Reconciliation to God in the light of 2 Corinthians 5:14-21 / R. Bieringer
Reconciliation in Judaeo-Christian perspective / N. Schreurs
Reconciliation: an Islamic theological approach / Z. Saritoprak
The role of friendship between conciliation and reconciliation / D. J. Bolton
Reconciliation and the return to normalcy in the light of Islamic theology / M. Hermansen
Reflections on Islamic reconciliation as a 'return to normalcy' from a social-scientific perspective / J. F. Deckard
Forgiveness as confirmation and surpassing of ethics: a philosophical and Christian perspective / R. Burggraeve
Reconciliation as moral polyphony: ontology, forgiveness, and the Christian East / D. Pratt
Can liturgy save the world? / Y. De Maeseneer.
Notes:
Based on papers presented at a seminar held in Leuven, Belgium, on March 26-27, 2007.
Contributor:
Bieringer, R. (Reimund)
Bolton, David J.
ISBN:
9789042923911
9042923911
OCLC:
727114129
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