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Part One: Origins of the Present Situation
Christianity: From a State Religion to Religious Freedom
‘The Gospel of Human Dignity’: Dignitatis humanae – a continuing provocation
ROMAN A. SIEBENROCK
Religious Freedom: a Disputed Human Right
Part Two: Three Current Realities to Consider
Muslim States and Freedom of Religion: the interweaving of religion and politics
EMMANUEL PISANI, O.P.
Religious Freedom in Asia
Religious Freedom in the Face of Systemic Violence
CARLOS MENDOZA-ÁLVAREZ, OP
Part Three: Towards Religious Freedom Becoming Universally Accepted
Freedom of Religion as Challenge for Religion and Society
The Enduring Importance of the Freedom of Religion
The Paris Agreement On Climate Change in the Light of Laudato Si’
Pope Francis Makes Use of Tradition
What is There of Quixote in Theology?
‘Anyone who does not touch the earth cannot reach heaven…’1
The Achievement of Elisabeth Moltmann-Wendel (15 July 1926-7 June 2016)
Concilium is currently published in six languages and can claim to be the most-widely read theological journal in the world.
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