Comparative Theology Deep Learning Across Religious Borders

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ISBN-13: 9781405179744
Edition: 2010
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List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/29/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 200
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.550

Preface and Acknowledgments
Starting Points
Religious Diversity and Comparative Theology
Diversity around Us
Diversity within Us
Comparative Theology as a Response to Twenty-first-Century Religious Diversity
Distinguishing Comparative Theology from Related Disciplines
Comparative Theology and the Academic Study of Religions
Comparative Theology and Interreligious Dialogue
Comparative Theology and the Theology of Religions
Comparative Theology Autobiographically Grounded
On the Limits of This Book
Looking Ahead
In Generations Past: Some Ancestors to Today's Comparative Theology
Comparative Theology and the Long History of Christian Interreligious Reflection
Western Jesuit Scholars in India
Comparative Theology as a Discipline (1699-)
A Moderate Criticism of Missionary Scholarship and the Older Comparative Theology
At the End of the Era
Comparative Theology Today
David Tracy
Keith Ward
Robert C. Neville
A Note on Raimon Panikkar
James Fredericks
New Directions
From Theory (Back) to Practice
Doing Theology Comparatively
From Theory to Practice
The Practice of (Comparative) Religious Reading
Intelligent Reading
Commentary as a Religious Practice
Interreligious Commentary
Leaving Room for Other Readers and Their Readings
Necessarily Elite Choices
Getting Particular: A Christian Studies Hinduism
The Importance of Focus
(Self)Identifying This Particular Comparative Theologian
Making a Map, Marking the Field: Hinduism in Brief
Getting Particular: Mimamsa, Vedanta, and Srivaisnavism
Appreciating Similarities
Theistic Hinduism as a Useful and Comfortable Focus
Theology as a Hindu Discipline
Comparative Theology in Hinduism and Other Traditions
My Comparative Theology, Indebted to Hindu Theologies
"Learning to See": Comparative Practice and the Widening of Theological Vision
Plenary Address at the Catholic Theology Society of America, 2003
Near a Goddess
Devi's Beauty, Devi's Pleasure
Rediscovering Mary
Mary and Her Son Jesus, through Muslim Eyes
Sojourner Truth's Liberating God
All in Christ, but Still All
Vocation
After "Learning to See"
The Fruits of Comparison
Theology After Comparison
Comparative Theology and the Larger Work of Theology
The Multiple Responsibilities of the Comparative Theologian
Some Theological Presuppositions Implicit in Comparative Theology
Comparative Theological Learning, in Particular
The Imago Dei and Our Destiny in Bliss
What "Narayana" Might Mean for the Christian
Encountering Goddesses
Comparative Theology and the Intensification of Devotion
Theology on a Smaller Scale
"God for Us"
"God for Us": An Essay
A Verse, a Clue
What Hindus Thought about the Verse
Living the Verse
The Verse and its Wider Context
An Aside on How to See God and on How God Wills to Be Seen
Noticing One's First Citizenship: Reflection on Ignatian Insight and My Home Citizenship
What Ignatius Had to Say
Some Contemporary Views of the Intensification and Emptying of the Imagination in the Spiritual Exercises
Multiple Religious Belonging, Human but Also Divine
"God for Us" as Comparative Theology
Comparative Writer, Comparative Reader
The Comparative Theologian Transformed
The Comparative Theologian as Marginal Person
The Comparative Theologian's New Community
Tasks and Opportunities for the Reader
Beyond This Book
Notes
Select Bibliography
Index

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