Islam and global dialogue : religious pluralism and the pursuit of peace
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Islam and global dialogue : religious pluralism and the pursuit of peace / edited by Roger Boase ; foreword by Hassan bin Talal.
Islam and global dialog
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Table of Contents:
- Defining the Issue
- Religious pluralism and the heritage of the enlightenment / John Bowden
- Is our God listening? Exclusivism, inclusivism, and pluralism / Diana L. Eck
- A Muslim's non-reductive religious pluralism / Muhammad Legenhausen
- Islam and the West: Clash or Dialogue?
- Islam and the West: clash of civilisations? / Francis Robinson
- Of saints and sufis in the Near East: past and present / William Dalrymple
- Islam and the West: clash or dialogue of civilisations? / Akbar S. Ahmed
- The "The clash of civilisations?": sense and nonsense / Fred Halliday
- The dignity of difference: avoiding the clash of civilisations / Jonathan Sacks
- Conservative ecumenism: politically incorrect meditations on Islam and the West / Antony T. Sullivan
- From clashing civilisations to a common vision / Robert Dickson Crane
- The orphans of modernity and the clash of civilisations / Khaled Abou El Fadl
- Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Responses to Religious Diversity
- September 11th: the case against us all / Tony Bayfield
- Towards a Jewish theology of trilateral dialogue / Norman Solomon
- Christians and people of other faiths / Marcus Braybrooke
- Mystery and plural faiths: religious diversity as expression of the quest for a Deus Absconditus / Frank Julian Gelli
- Religious pluralism and Islam in a polarised world / Murad Wilfried Hofmann
- Ecumenical Islam: A Muslim response to religious pluralism / Roger Boase
- The challenge of pluralism and the middle way of Islam / Jeremy Henzell-Thomas
- The Qur'an and religious pluralism / Mahmoud M. Ayoub
- The failure of war / Wendell Berry.