This book analyzes the writings of Karl Rahner, Karl Barth, and Vedanta Desika to disclose how each construes "piety" and "responsibility" as integral to each other. It explores a fundamental unity of love of God and love of neighbour in ecumenical and interreligious frameworks.
1. Introduction 2. Melody: Piety and Responsibility in Karl Rahner 3. Harmony: Piety and Responsibility in Karl Barth 4. Polyphony: Piety and Responsibility in Vedanta Desika 5. Postlude
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