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Extra Islam salus est? – By Marco Demichelis

Extra Islam salus est? – By Marco Demichelis

Marco Demichelis December 23, 2013 0

Marco Demichelis on Mohammad Hassan Khalil’s Islam and the Fate of Others and Between Heaven and Hell While outsiders often view Islam as an exclusivist religion, the fate of non-Muslims has provoked significant theological discussions from

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How Sufism and Jewish Mysticism Influenced Medieval Castilian Christianity – By Barbara Mujica

How Sufism and Jewish Mysticism Influenced Medieval Castilian Christianity – By Barbara Mujica

Barbara Mujica September 25, 2013 0

Barbara Mujica on Cynthia Robinson’s Imagining the Passion in a Multiconfessional Castile An extraordinary sum of Passion-related texts and images produced in late medieval Europe put Christ’s humanity and suffering at the center of devotional life.

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Has the Grasp of Science Outstripped its Reach?

Has the Grasp of Science Outstripped its Reach?

Francis J. Caponi May 6, 2013 0

Francis J. Caponi on Michael Dodds’s Unlocking Divine Action In Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist NeoDarwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly False, philosopher Thomas Nagel offers a fairly modest dissent from the

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Art as an Arena for Interreligious Dialogue

Art as an Arena for Interreligious Dialogue

Aaron Rosen January 29, 2013 0

Aaron Rosen on Ruth Illman’s Art and Belief Even as interreligious dialogue sets out to discover and appreciate difference, it often begins with some misleading generalizations about the ‘nature of religion’. As Ruth Illman

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