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THEOLOGY OF RELIGIONS : through the lens of truth -as-openness.

Author: GRAHAM ADAMS
Publisher: [S.l.] : BRILL, 2019.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(OCoLC)1081435489
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: GRAHAM ADAMS
ISBN: 9789004398559 9004398554
OCLC Number: 1096230990
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Contents: Intro; Contents; Theology of Religions: Through the Lens of 'Truth-as-Openness'; Abstract; Keywords; Introduction; 0.1 A Dynamic Field: Terms of Debate and Overview; 0.2 The Shanksian Lens; Part 1. Typologies, Tendencies and Scandals; 1.1 Theologies of Discontinuity; 1.2 Theologies of Assimilation; 1.3 Theologies of Receptivity; 1.4 Theologies of Deferral; 1.5 Problems; 1.6 Shaking the Typology; 1.7 Conclusion; Part 2. The Scandal of 'Particularity (Transcended)': Re-owning the Construction of Identity; 2.1 Preliminary Remarks; 2.2 An Overview of the Particular-Universal Options 2.3 Where Particularity Is Itself Regarded as Universal: Hick's Pluralism and Beyond2.4 Where Particularity May Be More Universal Than We Imagine: Grace, Faith and the Missio Dei; 2.5 Where Other Religions Are Revisiting Their Particular Identity; 2.6 Summary; Part 3. The Scandal of 'Particularity (Re-centred)': Re-owning the Fluidity of Identity; 3.1 Identity? What Identity?; 3.2 Identity Theory; 3.3 Queer Religious Identity; 3.4 Postcolonialism / Feminism / Postliberalism; 3.5 A Chaotic Conclusion; Part 4. The Scandal of Plurality: Engaging 'Strangeness' Constructively 4.1 Where Traditions Engage in Committed Dialogue4.2 Where Particularity Is Plural: Multiple Belonging; 4.3 Where Particularity Is Inter-active: Inter-spirituality, Justice and Hospitality; 4.4 Conclusion; Part 5. The Scandal of Universality: Transforming Systems of Domination; Realising Solidarity; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Universal Justice: Feminist Perspectives; 5.3 The Global Gang: Ecological Perspectives; 5.4 Cautionary Note: Heim and Many Justices; 5.5 Kingdom and Koinonia: Christ-Centred Solidarity; 5.6 The Agency of the Poor in All Religions; 5.7 Empire: the Gang of Gangs

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