By Charles L. Cohen,Paul F. Knitter,Ulrich Rosenhagen

Drawn from a convention celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the landmark Vatican II record, Nostra Aetate (“Declaration at the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions”), this multi-perspective selection of essays through the world’s best students of theology and interreligious discussion brings new ferment to the sphere of interreligious understanding.

In addition to the editors, individuals contain (among others) John T. Thatamanil, John Borelli, Jeannine Hill Fletcher, Roger Haight, John Pawlikowski, Dwight Hopkins, Shira Lander, and Sallie B. King.

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