Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue

Where We Dwell in Common

The Quest for Dialogue in the Twenty-First Century

Editors: Mannion, Gerard (Ed.)

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An ecumenical and interfaith gathering, 'Where We Dwell in Common Pathways for Dialogue in the 21st Century' took place in Assisi in April 2012. This volume presents highlights from this historic gathering and invites readers to become involved as the conversation continues.

About the authors

Paul Avis University of Exeter, UK Paul Arthur Ulster University, Ireland Agnes M. Brazal St. Vincent School of Theology, Philippines Professor Mary McClintock Fulkerson Duke University Divinity School, USA Richard R. Gaillardetz Boston College, USA Emmanuel Serafica de Guzman Adamson University, Philippines Roger Haight, S.J. Union Theological Seminary, USA Bernd-Jochen Hilberath University of Tübingen, Germany Bradford Hinze Fordham University, USA Eleni Kasselouri-Hatzivassiliadi Hellenic Open University, Greece Gerard Mannion Georgetown University, USA Jean Molesky-Poz Santa Clara University, USA Peter C. Phan Georgetown University, USA

Reviews

'A work that is both challenging and optimistic, Where We Dwell in Common pushes all those who are involved in ecumenical and inter-faith dialogue to think creatively and act boldly in the pursuit of genuine progress. The multiplicity of voices from around the world not only speak to the urgency of the task but also promote new ways, means, and methods for advancing dialogue between and amongst communities and traditions.' - Linda Hogan, Vice-Provost/Chief Academic Officer and Professor of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

'Almost everywhere we see the rise of violence, often in the name of religion, and a vast surge of people migrating to escape war and poverty. If our societies are to avoid implosion, we need to learn how to dialogue fruitfully with people of other religious traditions or none. This stimulating book offers rich insights into how this may happen.' - Timothy Radcliffe, Director, Las Casas Institute of Blackfriars, University of Oxford, UK


Table of contents (12 chapters)

  • Thinking Outside the Ecumenical Box

    Mannion, Gerard

    Pages 3-34

  • Thinking Beyond Conflict and Confrontation

    Arthur, Paul

    Pages 35-53

  • “Together with Those Who Hold the Incomparable Treasure”

    Mannion, Gerard

    Pages 55-69

  • Precarious Life, Laments, and the Promise of Prophetic Ecumenical and Interfaith Communities

    Hinze, Bradford E.

    Pages 73-91

  • Where and When Gender Divides

    Kasselouri-Hatzivassiliadi, Eleni

    Pages 93-106

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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
Where We Dwell in Common
Book Subtitle
The Quest for Dialogue in the Twenty-First Century
Editors
  • Gerard Mannion
Series Title
Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue
Copyright
2016
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan US
Copyright Holder
The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s)
eBook ISBN
978-1-137-50315-2
DOI
10.1057/9781137503152
Hardcover ISBN
978-1-137-50314-5
Edition Number
1
Number of Pages
XV, 265
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