Interreligious Relations - 
      Hallvard Hagelia
    
      Prof Dr Markus Zehnder

Interreligious Relations

Biblical Perspectives

Hallvard Hagelia (Redaktør) ; Prof Dr Markus Zehnder (Redaktør)

International perspectives on interreligious dialogue focused on the Old Testament, New Testament and Greco-Roman texts, and the history of reception. Les mer
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International perspectives on interreligious dialogue focused on the Old Testament, New Testament and Greco-Roman texts, and the history of reception.
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Forlag: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 304
ISBN: 9780567674241
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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SERIE:
VURDERING
Gi vurdering
Les vurderinger
Preface
Part 1: Old Testament
1. Plurality of Theologies in Bible and Church Life - Erhard Gerstenberger, Marburg University, Germany
2. Yahweh and the Other Gods: Acceptance, Rejection, and Cognitive Care - Hans Jorgen Lundager Jensen, Aarhus University, Denmark
3. Inter-Religious Relations and the Challenge of Multiculturalism: Some Biblical Principles - Cornelis Van Dam, Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary, Canada
4. Creation and Covenant: God's Direct Relationship with the Non-Israelite Nations in the Old Testament - Robin Routledge, Mattersey Hall, UK
5. Models of Inclusion and Exclusion in Joshua - David Firth, Trinity College Bristol, UK; Research Associate of the University of the Free State, South Africa
6. Interreligious Relations in the Future as Described in the Latter Prophets - Markus Zehnder, EFT Leuven, Belgium
7. Religious Observance in Space and Time in Ancient Israel and Ancient Near East - Hallvard Hagelia, Ansgar School of Theology, Norway

Part 2: New Testament and Greco-Roman Texts
8. Interreligious Encounters in the Book of Acts - Christoph Stenschke, University of South Africa, South Africa
9. Different Beliefs in the Rhetoric of the New Testament Letter to the Ephesians - Tor Vegge, University of Agder, Norway
10. Christians, Jews, and Pagans in the Book of Revelation: Persecution, Perseverance, and Purity in the Shadow of the Last Judgement - Eckhard J. Schnabel, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, USA
11. Acts of God in History According to Pagan, Jewish, and Christian Historiography - Armin Baum, Freie Theologische Hochschule Giessen, Germany

Part 3: Reception History
12. Jonah and the Foreigners - Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer, Aberdeen University, UK
13. Hanina ben Dosa Heals from a Distance: A Case of Christian Influences upon Talmudic Judaism? - Hilde Brekke Moller, Norwegian School of Theology, Norway
14. Jesus in Islamic and Rabbinic Traditions - Craig A. Evans, Houston Baptist University, USA

Part 4: Hermeneutical Reflections
15. The Word in Dialogue and Interreligious Relation - Joze Krasovec, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia
Index
Hallvard Hagelia is Professor of Old Testament at Ansgar School of Theology, Norway

Markus Zehnder is Professor of Old Testament at EFT Leuven, Belgium