Journal of Ecumenical Studies
Contents of Volume 34 (1997)


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Volume 34, Number 1 (Winter, 1997)

Articles:

Anglican-Lutheran Convergence and the Anticipation of Full Communion
by Günther Gassmann 1

"Holiness unto the Lord": Toward a Holiness Christian Dialogue with Judaism
by Dale T. Irvin 13

Theological Anthropology: Toward Integrating Theosis and Justification by Faith
by Paul R. Hinlicky 38

The Interspiritual Age: Practical Mysticism for the Third Millennium
by Wayne Teasdale 74

Transformations of "Emptiness": On the Idea of Ðãnyat~ and the Thought of Abe and the Kyoto School of Philosophy
by Gregory K. Ornatowski 92

Volume 34, Number 2 (Spring, 1997)

The Hermeneutic Center
by Klaus K. Klostermaier 159

Halting a Succession of Evil
by Franklin H. Littell 171

Uñhorod, Balamand, and Beyond: A ?Uniate@ Looks to the Millennium
by John S. Custer 190

Reflections on the Filioque
by Ralph Del Colle 202

The Holocaust: Reflections of a Muslim
by Sanaullah Kirmani 218

The Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington
by James A. Wiseman 223

Volume 34, Number 3 (Summer, 1997)

The Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Foundation Special Issue

Introduction: Interreligious DialogueCStretching the Boundaries
by Georgette F. Bennett and Judith H. Banki 317

In Recognition of Two Great Persons
by Rose Thering 319

Jewish-Christian Relations: Focus on the Future
by Edward H. Flannery 322

The Unfinished Agenda of Jewish-Christian Dialogue
by Shaye J. D. Cohen 326

The Conversation Not Yet Begun
by Paul M. van Buren 330

Authenticity without Demonization: Introduction to the Presentation by the Abrahamic Accord
by Mary C. Boys 334

Demonization and Polemics
by Anthony J. Saldarini 335

Authenticity without Demonization
by Paul M. van Buren 341

Authenticity without Demonization
by Neil Gillman 346

Authenticity, Not Demonization: An Education for Paradox
by Mary C. Boys 350

The Church and the Jews: Issues Resolved since Vatican II and Issues Remaining
by Judith H. Banki 356

The Next Issues in Jewish-Catholic Relations
by Edward Idris Cardinal Cassidy 362

Visions for the Future: Catholic-Jewish Relations Worldwide
by Mark L. Winer 369

Crossing the Threshold of Catholic-Jewish Relations
by Alexander J. Brunett 377

Seeking the Religious Roots of Pluralism, Introductory Remarks
by David L. Phillips 384
by Ari Goldman 385

Seeking the Religious Roots of Pluralism
by Irving Greenberg 385
by Robert Thurman 394
by Hyun Kyung Chung 399

Seeking the Religious Roots of Pluralism in the United States of America: An American Muslim Perspective
by Sulayman S. Nyang 402

Response to "Seeking the Religious Roots of Pluralism"
by Martin E. Marty 418

Concluding Remarks of Participants 422

Covenantal Pluralism
by Irving Greenberg 425

Creation and the Image of God: Their Understanding in Christian Tradition and the Biblical Grounds
by Michael Welker 436

Politics and Faith: Tensions of Living in Two Worlds (Tanenbaum Memorial Lecture, April 20, 1994)
by Rudolph W. Giuliani 449

Remarks upon Receipt of the 1996 Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Award
by Krister Stendahl 455

Religion and World Peace: A Muslim's View (Tanenbaum Memorial Lecture, April 18, 1996)
by Jehan Sadat 456

The Consequences of Interreligious Hatred: The Case of Bosnia and Its Lessons for World Peace (Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum Memorial Lecture, May 14, 1997)
by Haris Silajdzic 460

Volume 34, Number 4 (Fall, 1997)

John 8:39-47: Children of Abraham or of the Devil?
by Richard A. Bondi 473

Wolfhart Pannenberg's Response to the Challenge of Religious Pluralism: The Anticipation of Divine Absoluteness?
by Steffen Lösel 499

Beyond Walls, Fences, and Interreligious Dialogue
by Harry M. Buck 521

A Swidlerian and Jain Prolegomenon to Dialogue
by John Sahadat 531

Description of the ?Guidelines for Interfaith Celebrations@
by Patrice Brodeur 551

Explorations and Responses:

In Quest of the Religious Sources of Toleration in the Academy
by Jacob Neusner 115

Book Reviews 121-151, 239-275, 468-470, 573-613

Books Received 152, 275-276, 470-472, 614, 622

Ecumenical Events 153-158, 302-316

Ecumenical Resources 277-301, 615-622