European Perspectives on the New Comparative Theology

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February 2014
188 pages
  • ISBN978-3-906980-44-7 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-906980-45-4 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue European Perspectives on the New Comparative Theology that was published in

Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities
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Comparative Theology; religious studies; religious truth-claims; comparative theology; Europe; religio; comparative method; historicity; intra-religious dialogue; Buddhism; non-belief; authority; Western reception; liberal theology; postliberal theology; comparative theology; global theology; confessional theology; German theology; Kant; Wittgenstein; European metaphysics; comparative theology; comparative philosophy; spirituality; reason and rationality; Kant’s theory of religion; Heidegger’s immanent transcendence; comparative theology; confessional theology; theology of religions; world theology; inclusivism; pluralism; identity; Clooney; Fredericks; Ward; comparative theology; Thomas Aquinas; Catholic Church; comparative theology; theology of religions; history of religions; truth claim; heterogeneity; inter-religious dialogue; comparative theology; Orientalism; Frederick Clooney; Hugh Nicholson; Frederick Denison Maurice; Rowland Williams; religion; Tomoko Masuzawa; theology of religion; comparative theology; vulnerability; ethics of interreligious reading; theology of religions; comparative theology; Second Vatican Council—Nostra Aetate; postcolonial studies; German catholic theology; church-state relations; spirituality; apologetics; third space; theory of difference; n/a; Islamic theology; theology of compassion in Islam; comparative theology; Islamic thought; compassion and mercy in Islamic theology; n/a

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