Jews, Christians and Religious Pluralism

Author: Cohn-Sherbok, Daniel
Year:1999
Pages:352
ISBN:0-7734-7920-1
978-0-7734-7920-3
Price:239.95
This volume provides a survey of writers in the Jewish and Christian traditions, from biblical times to the present, who have sought to understand the relationship between their own faith and that of others. Throughout, readers are encouraged to engage in this debate by reflecting on the diverse views of nearly a hundred ancient, medieval and modern thinkers.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents: Preface; Abraham Ben Moses Maimonides; David Al-Mukammis; Isaac Albalag; Norman Anderson; Naim Ateek; Augustine; Paul Badham; :Leo Baeck; Karl Barth; Dietrich Bonhoeffer; Marcus Braybrooke; Max Brod; Emil Brunner; Martin Buber; Teilhard de Chardin; John Chrysostom; John Cobb; Hermann Cohen; Harold Coward; Kenneth Cragg; Hasdai Crescas; Simeon Ben Zemah Duran; Gavin D'Costa; Elijah; Emil Fackenheim; Shem Tov Ben Joseph Falaquera; Eugene Fisher; Solomon Formstecher; Jacob Frank; Helen Fry; Abraham Geiger; Judah Halevi; Monica Hellwig; John Hick; Eugene Hillman; Samuel Hirsch; Abraham Ibn Daud; Solomon Ibn Gabirol; Bahya Ibn Pakuda; Louis Jacobs; Jeremiah; Carl Jung; Mordecai Kaplan; Ursula King; Jacob Al-Kirkisani; Jacob Klausner; Paul Knitter; Hendrik Kraemer; Hans Kung; Henri le Saux; Franklin Little; Martin Luther; Maimonides; Ignaz Maybaum; Moses Mendelssohn; Thomas Merton; Jurgen Moltmann; Claude Montefiore; Moses; Moses de Leon; Nahmanides; Michael Nazir-Ali; Stephen Neill; Lesslie Newbigin; Raimundo Panikkar; Geoffrey Parrinder; Philo; Alan Race; Karl Rahner; John Robinson; Franz Rosenzweig; Richard Rubenstein; Rosemary Radford Ruether; Saadiah Gaon; Jonathan Sacks; Joseph Salvador; Friedrich Schleiermacher; Hans Joachim Schoeps; Frithjof Schuon; Shabbetai Tzevi; Eric Sharpe; Ninian Smart; Wilfred Cantwell Smith; Norman Solomon; Baruch Spinoza; Solomon Ludwig Steinheim; Leonard Swidler; Arnold Toynbee; Ernst Troeltsch; Hendrik M. Vroom; Geoffrey Wigoder; Sherwin Wine; R. C. Zaehner