Introducing Theologies of Religions

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Orbis Books, 2002 - Religion - 256 pages
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This volume shares insights into the positions of writers concerned with understanding Christianity among the world's great religious traditions. Avoiding tired labels of past debates (Exclusivism, Pluralism, and Inclusivism), Knitter suggests four different models (Replacement, Fulfillment, Mutuality, and Acceptance) that more adequately link together thirteen ways of approaching and understanding the variety of the world's religious expressions.

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User Review  - JDHomrighausen - LibraryThing

Knitter, one of the major voices in Catholic theology of religions and inter religious dialogue, is a professor at Union Theological Seminary in NYC. He's also an ex-priest and a very nice guy (I met ... Read full review

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User Review  - Brett Marko - Goodreads

Knitter does a good job of explaining the different camps regarding salvation in the light of theology of religions. Yet his very inclusivistic bias do shine through. Read full review

Contents

Total Replacement
19
Partial Replacement
33
Insights and Questions
50
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Knitter teaches in the theology department of Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a pioneer in the area of interreligious dialogue.

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