Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Current Dialogue - October 2013 - #55 : from the World Council of Churches (WCC)

Current Dialogue
October 2013

Current Dialogue #55

Dear Ballarat Interfaith Network,
The latest issue of Current Dialogue is now available! This edition of the World Council of Churches magazine on inter-religious dialogue covers the following topics:
  • Challenges the Assembly Theme Poses for Interreligious Dialogue: Some Personal Reflections - S. Wesley Ariarajah
  • Whose God of Life? Whose Justice and Peace? - Edmund Kee Fook Chia
  • Orthodox Expectations from the 10th Assembly of the WCC: The Importance of Interfaith, Ecological and Economic Witness - Petros Vassiliadis
  • Engaging Economic Injustice Today: Challenges for Interreligious Cooperation - Martin Lukito Sinaga
  • Delivering Peace Out of the Broken Womb: A Postcolonial Interreligious Perspective - Jea Sophia Oh
  • Life, Justice and Peace through Mission and Dialogue - Graham Kings
  • Towards an Other-Shaped Paradigm of Interfaith Relations in Nepal - Esther Parajauli
  • Answers to Justice-Related Suffering in Rabbinic Judaism - Viktória Kóczián
  •  “Being found in human form…”: Monastic Practices of Humility in Archbishop Rowan Williams’ Dialogue with Buddhist Leaders - Katherine Wharton
  •  “Minorities” and… - Clare Amos
  • Hopes and Uncertainties: Sri Lanka’s Journey to Find Peace and Justice in the Midst of Religious Conflicts - A. W. Jebanesan
  • Buddhist Resources for Reconciliation and Peacebuilding in Cambodia - Vannath Chea
  • Buddhist-Christian Cooperation for Moving Together towards Life, Justice and Peace - Vijaya Samarawickrama
  • Report of the “Inter-Religious Interface” Between Buddhists and Christians in Bangkok - Peniel Jesudason Rufus Rajkumar
  • Building an Interfaith Community of Young People at Bossey - Marina Ngursangzeli Behera

Kind regards,
The WCC Inter-religious Dialogue and Cooperation team

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