It is with great excitement that we publish this premiere issue of the Journal of Comparative Theology.
The subject of this issue was stated in the form of a question: “Why comparative theology today?” This growing field is blossoming for a reason, and we sought input from a variety of voices as to why and how the discipline is taking shape. We believe that the three articles published do so in unique ways.
Theme of the Issue:
Why comparative theology today?
March 21, 2010
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Samuel J. Youngs: “The Frontier of Comparative Theology“
Benjamin B. DeVan: “As Iron Sharpens Iron, So Does One Religious Tradition Sharpen Another“
AnnMarie Micikas: “Comparative Theology as a Devotional Practice: A Christian Argument”