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In This Issue
This inaugural issue of the journal seeks to begin a conversation on Evangelical approaches to interfaith dialogue. If interfaith dialogue is to move beyond a peripheral activity for Evangelicals, it needs to be firmly grounded in the larger mission of God. For this reason, this first issue features Dr. Douglas McConnell’s paper “Missional Principles and Guidelines for Interfaith Dialogue,” and includes responses to his work by a group of professors and students. Reflections on the theoretical foundation advocated by McConnell as well as the implications for the practice of interfaith dialogue are included in the responses of the contributing authors.
Edited by Cory Willson and Matthew Krabill
Table of Contents
Why this Journal?
McConnell's Missional Approach to Interfaith Dialogue
Main Article: Missional Principles and Guidelines for Interfaith Dialogue
Overview of Responses to McConnell's Principles for Interfaith
Response: Interfaith Dialogue & the Narrative of Kenosis
Response: Pastoral Reflections on Dialogue
Response: A "Supra-Religious" Encounter
Response: Beyond Appreciation and Debate
Praxis: Reflections on "A Common Word"
Sidebars & Book Reviews
The Importance of Dialoguing About Interfaith Dialogue
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