Features

Various Contributors

Abstract


In our feature this issue we concentrate on several different aspects of the continuing dialogue between world religions. Winifred Lamb offers us a new theoretical model to further interfaith discussion and Doug Pratt draws on his recent experience at Selley Oaks to look at the history and theory of Christian-Muslim dialogue. In three practical pieces Juliet Sheen looks at the world picture and the UN Report, John Baldock gives us the state of dialogue in Australia, and Philip Hughes looks at interfaith relations in non-Christian Thailand. Diana Law and John Wren Lewis share their personal journeys in reaching greater interfaith awareness. Finally John May and Marianne Dacy report on recent international conferences focused on interfaith dialogue.


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