Journal of Ecumenical Studies
Contents of Volume 37 (2000)

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Volume 38, Number 1 (Winter 2000)


Ecclesial Identity and Ecumenical Decisions in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
by Joseph D. Small 1

"Anonymous Ecumenists"? Pentecostals and the Struggle for Christian Identity
by Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen 13

Eliezer Berkovits's Post-Holocaust Theology: A Dialectic between Polemics and Reception
by Marc A. Krell 28

A Cosmopolitan Faith in Karl Jaspers: Decoupling Commitment and Narrowness
by Joanne Cho 46

Volume 38, Number 2 (Spring, 2000)

Multicultural Evangelical Hermeneutics and Ecumenical Dialogue
by Douglas Jacobsen 127

Roman Catholic Solutions to the Marian Question in Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue
by Leona M. English 142

A Christian Alternative to (Christian) Racism and Antisemitism
by David R. Mason 151

Messianic Judaism: Church, Denomination, Sect, or Cult?
by Francine K. Samuelson 161

Arc~vat~ra: Ðr§vaisnava Image Descent and Catholic Eucharist
by Edward P. Hahnenberg 187

Volume 38, Numbers 3-4 (Summer-Fall, 2000)

A Common Creation Story? Interreligious Dialogue and Ecology
by Paul F. Knitter 285

The Pursuit of Holiness: A Roman Catholic-Pentecostal Dialogue
by Ralph Del Colle 301

J. Elliot Ross and the National Conference of Christians and Jews: A Catholic Contribution to Tolerance in America
by Patrick J. Hayes 321

Adapting Hindu Imagery: A Critical Look at Ritual Experiments in an Indian Catholic Ashram
by Selva J. Raj 333

Saying What We Mean: Methodological Reflections on Dale Cannon's Six Ways of Being Religious
by Matthew R. Foster 354

Cornelius Bertram and Carlo Sigonio: Christian Hebraism's First Political Scientists
by Jonathan R. Ziskind 381

The Idea of a Judeo-Christian Worldview: Religiopolitical Reflections
by Isaac C. Rottenberg 401

New Starting Points in Ecumenical Peace Dialogue – Three Perspectives

An Introduction
by Elizabeth Hanson Mellen 421

New Quaker Starting Points in Ecumenical Peace Dialogue
by Ann K. Riggs 426

New Starting Points in Ecumenical Peace Dialogue: A Mennonite Perspective
by John D. Rempel 431

New Starting Points in the Ecumenical Peace Dialogue
by Scott Holland 436

Explorations and Responses:

The Past and Future of the Union Church
by Arthur Freeman 65

Russian Orthodoxy open to Dialogue: A Conversation with Dr. Aleksei Bodrov
by Mikhail Sergeev 71

How Yehuda Bauer's Critique of Holocaust Thinking Has Changed My Mind
by Thomas A. Idinopulos 444

Which Differences Are Blessed? From Peter's Vision to Paul's Letters
by Jon C. Olson 455

Book Reviews 74-88, 281-283

Books Received 99-113, 274-280, 463-464

Ecumenical Events 89-98, 202-222, 461-462

Ecumenical Resources 114-126, 223-273