Newly Published: Volume 6, Issue 1, June 2016

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We are very happy to publish this sixth volume of the Journal of Comparative Theology.

NEVER WHOLLY OTHER: A MUSLIMA THEOLOGY OF RELIGIOUS PLURALISM – NEW BOOK REVIEW

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Lamptey, Jerusha Tanner. Never Wholly Other: A Muslima Theology of Religious Pluralism. New York : Oxford University Press, 2014 (xiv, 333 pages), review by Shelton Nalley, Harvard Divinity School

NEW BOOK REVIEW: Ritual Participation and Interreligious Dialogue

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Ritual Participation and Interreligious Dialogue, edited by M. Moyaert and J. Geldhof; reviewed by Emma O’Donnell

NEW BOOK REVIEW: In Response to the Religious Other

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In Response to the Religious Other, by Marianne Moyaert; reviewed by Kathleen Mroz

NEW BOOK REVIEW: FACING UP TO REAL DOCTRINAL DIFFERENCE

IT’S HERE: VOLUME 5, ISSUE 1

It is with great excitement that we publish this fifth volume of the Journal of Comparative Theology.

NEW BOOK REVIEW: HIS HIDING PLACE IS DARKNESS

IT’S HERE: VOLUME 4, ISSUE 1

It is with great excitement that we publish this fourth volume of the Journal of Comparative Theology.

 

THE FOURTH VOLUME of the Journal of Comparative Theology received the most submissions yet, and thus I am delighted to see it continue to grow at an encouraging pace. There are many up-andcoming graduate students showing interest in the field as well, as demonstrated by the amount of inquiries the Journal receives not only nationwide but also from abroad.

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June 08, 2013

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INDEX:

Editors: “Introduction”

Yaira A. Robinson: “Creating Space for Transformation: Moltmann’s Theology of Play in Conversation with the Jewish Sabbath”

Brandon Ro: “(Re)interpreting the Cosmic History of the Mormon Temple Experience: Theological Connections between Jewish and Catholic Sacred Space”

Emily Henson: “The Sounds of Silence: A Comparative Reading of Mystical Theology and the Kena Upanishad”

George Archer: “The Hinterlands of the Qur’ān: The Edges of the Eternal and the Temporal in Early Ḥanbalite Thought with Analogs to Catholic Theology”

IT’S HERE: VOLUME 3, ISSUE 1

It is with great excitement that we publish this third volume of the Journal of Comparative Theology.

 

The third volume of the Journal of Comparative Theology presents articles concerning both the theory and the practice of comparative theology. This expanding inquiry into the field, represented by both the number and various subject matter of the submissions we received, demonstrates that the field continues to grow, especially among undergraduate and graduate students.

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April 30, 2012

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INDEX:

Editors: “Introduction”

Oludamini Ogunnaike: “Myth and the Secret of Destiny: Mircea Eliade’s Creative Hermeneutics and the Yorùbá Concept of Orí”

Bennett Comerford: “The Present Situation and the Comparative Imperative: Parallels in the Theological Responses to Religious Pluralism of David Tracy and Francis X. Clooney”

Hans Harmakaputra: “Comparing H̩usayn’s Martyrdom and Jesus’ Crucifixion: An Excursion on Finding Common Concern”

Carlo Perez: “Understanding Happiness as Vision of God: A Comparative Reading of Aquinas and Al-Ghazzālī”

NEW BOOK REVIEW: BABY KRISHNA, INFANT CHRIST