A Universal Faith?: Peoples, Cultures, Religions, and the Christ : Essays in Honor of Frank de Graeve

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Peeters Publishers, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 198 pages
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This volume of essays is dedicated to Frank De Graeve, s.j., Professor Emeritus of Missiology and the Comparative Study of Religions at the K.U. Leuven. Throughout a long teaching career in the United States and Belgium, his two main concerns have been the inculturation of Christianity in the Various continents and particular contexts, and the theological reflection on religious pluralism. The contributions to this collection are therefore centered around these two topics. Valeer Neckebrouck and Catherine Cornille are Frank De Graeve's successors in the fields of Missiology and the Comparative Study of Religions, respectively. Valeer Neckebrouck is the author of "La Tierce Eglise devant le probleme de la culture" among numerous other works, and Catherine Cornille's "The Guru in Indian Catholicism" has already appeared in this series.
 

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Contents

Inculturation and Interreligious Dialogue in India Today
21
J Dupuis
37
Inculturation in Japan
49
LAbbe F Bourgade 18061866 in Dialogue with Muslims
73
Encounter under the Bodi Tree An Oromo View of Christ
89
Cultural Analysis and Inculturation in the Lowland Filipino
111
The Uniqueness of Christ in
127
Toward a Trinitarian Theology of Religions
139
G DCosta
149
In the Name of Jesus Christ Christology and the Interreli
155
W Logister
172
A Critical Appraisal
183
Cornille
190

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