Diverse Cultural and Religious Ways of Thinking
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Part One: Thinking About Cultural and Religious Rationals
Interreligious Epistemoligical and Hermneutic Paradigms
An Observation on the Thought Patterns of the Han Ethnicity and their Impact on Religions and Theologies
Huang Po Ho
Part Two: In Touch with Realities in the Field
The Interplay of Identities in Contacts Between Europe and Insulandia in the 16th and 17th Centuries
Relation and Opacity: Exchanging Without Getting Lost
Anne Douaire Banny
Reasoning emerging from Resistance Movements against the Violence of the System
Part Three: On Truth and Universalism
The Metaphorical Truth: Notes on Universality in the Works of Paul Ricoeur
Truth, Respect for the Singular, and Universality in Dialogue
Part Four: Some Theological Perspectives
Christian Faith and Socio-Cultural Rationalities. Reflections from Asia
Dialogue as a Hope of Truth
Towards Unity: Responding Together to Truth’s Call
Part Five: Theological Forum
Faceless Poor Make a Saint: Mother Teresa in Context
The Interpellations of Pope Francis in Present Day Theology
Hermann Rodriguez Osorio
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