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Interreligious Philosophical Dialogues




ISBN 9780367570262
Published August 13, 2020 by Routledge
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This set of volumes provides a unique approach to the philosophy of religion – a dialogical conversation embracing a wide range of religious faiths and spiritualities, both Western and Eastern, in all their multifarious diversity and concrete manifestations. Each volume stages a highly interactive, genuinely comparative and thoroughly cross-cultural dialogue involving leading scholars and philosophers of religion. Each scholar, as a representative of a particular faith-tradition, is invited to consider how they think the divine; how they believe they are related to it; and how divinity figures in their lived experience. These dialogues not only traverse the traditional terrain of Judeo-Christianity but also explore an array of religions from across the world, from Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism to traditions which are rarely (if ever) studied in contemporary philosophy of religion, such as Daoism, Shinto, Confucianism, and Native American spirituality. In bringing these groups together in meaningful and productive interaction, this set of volumes uncovers the rich and diverse cognitive and experiential dimensions of religious belief and practice.



Table of Contents

Volume One:



Editors’ Introduction



Position Statements





1. Bede Benjamin Bidlack, "Daoism"





2. Jerome Gellman, "Traditional Judaism"





3. Freya Mathews, "Panpsychism"





4. Trichur S. Rukmani, "Non-Theistic Hinduism"





5. Charles Taliaferro, "Classical, Christian Theism"



First Responses





6. Bede Benjamin Bidlack





7. Jerome Gellman





8. Freya Mathews





9. Trichur S. Rukmani





10. Charles Taliaferro





Second Responses





11. Bede Benjamin Bidlack





12. Jerome Gellman





13. Freya Mathews





14. Trichur S. Rukmani





15. Charles Taliaferro





Index



 



Volume Two:



Editors’ Introduction



Position Statements





1. Imran Aijaz, "Sunni Islam"





2. Sanford Lewis Drob, "Mystical (Kabbalistic) Judaism"





3. Lisa Isherwood, "Radical Incarnational Christianity"





4. Koji Suga, "Shinto"



First Responses





5. Imran Aijaz





6. Sanford Lewis Drob





7. Lisa Isherwood





8. Koji Suga 



Second Responses





9. Imran Aijaz





10. Sanford Lewis Drob





11. Lisa Isherwood





12. Koji Suga





Index



 

Volume Three:

List of Contributors





Editors’ Introduction 



Position Statements





1. Chung-yi Cheng, "Confucianism"





2. Mahinda Deegalle, "Theravada Buddhism"





3. Thurman Lee Hester, Jr., "Native American Spirituality"





4. Mark Manolopoulos, "Radical-Secular Christianity"



First Responses





5. Chung-yi Cheng





6. Mahinda Deegalle





7. Thurman Lee Hester, Jr.





8. Mark Manolopoulos



Second Responses





9. Chung-yi Cheng





10. Mahinda Deegalle





11. Thurman Lee Hester, Jr.





12. Mark Manolopoulos



Index



 



Volume Four:



Position Statements







  1. John Bishop, A ‘Naturalist’ Christian Theism






  2. Heather Eaton, Ecological Christianity






  3. Kevin Hart, Catholic Christianity






  4. Michael C. Rea, (Reformed) Protestantism






  5. N.N. Trakakis, Orthodox Christianity




  6. First Responses





  7. John Bishop






  8. Heather Eaton






  9. Kev

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Editor(s)

Biography

Graham Oppy is Professor of Philosophy at Monash University, Australia.



N.N. Trakakis is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the Australian Catholic University, Australia.