INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE: PROBLEMS AND PERPECTIVES: A CHRISTIAN THEOLOGICAL APPROACH

JNJ (Klippies) Kritzinger

Abstract


This article present an insider’s perspective on interreligious dialogue which follows the pastoral circle proposed by Holland and Henriot.  Anecdotes from experiences of dialogue constitute the element of ‘insertion’, whereas the element of ‘analysis’ is the well-known threefold distinction between exclusivism, inclusivism and pluralism.  The element of ‘theological reflection’ and ‘pastoral planning’ are dispersed throughout the article.  The bulk of this article consists of a discussion of interreligious dialogue as a relationship of face-to-face ‘encounter’, shoulder-to-shoulder ‘co-operation’ and back-to-back ‘truthfulness’.


Keywords


Interreligious dialogue; Holland; Henriot; exclusivism; inclusivism; pluralism; theological reflection; pastoral planning

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/60-0-1487

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