By William R. Burrows
“[This] e-book presents beneficial context and probing perception into formerly unpublished items by way of the past due Belgian theologian Jacques Dupuis. below Burrows’s tutelage, Catholics realize in Dupuis’s inspiration ways that they could proceed to carry religion within the specific saving importance of Jesus Christ, whereas additionally maintaining the deep non secular knowledge of different non secular traditions.”
—Richard Gaillardetz, Boston College
“By making formerly unpublished texts via Jacques Dupuis on hand and via reflecting on their context and importance, Burrows contributes considerably to the continuing look for an enough Christian theology of religions. furthermore, it demonstrates how a special, certainly public, collectively attentive, and respectful theological debate may perhaps improve the improvement of Roman Catholic techniques to religion, desire, and love today.”
—Werner G. Jeanrond, collage of Glasgow
“This booklet isn't really easily an exciting account of the ‘inquisition’ of an outstanding theologian and proverbial odium theologicum, but additionally a lucid primer to present Roman Catholic theologies of religions. now not out of prurient curiosity in ecclesiastical politics, yet out of deep love for fact and the church, Burrows makes Dupuis . . . come alive in those pages. it's a must-read for these attracted to the way forward for Catholic theology.”
—Peter C. Phan, Georgetown University
“This is a ebook filled with witness, knowledge, and not easy theological notion. It convincingly argues for deeper comparative theology, additional engagement with non secular pluralism, and interfaith discussion on the inner most existential and non secular point. a very inspiring read.”
—Ursula King, college of Bristol
William R. Burrows is study professor of missiology on the planet Christianity software at long island Theological Seminary and coping with editor emeritus of Orbis Books, Maryknoll, New York.
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