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Considering dialogue

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6039
Author
Cracknell, Kenneth R., 1935-
Publication Date
1981
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 127 C72 1981
Author
Cracknell, Kenneth R., 1935-
Place
London
Publisher
Committee for Relations with People of Other Faiths and The Community and Race Relations Unit, British Council of Churches
Publication Date
1981
Physical_Description
36 p. ; 20.8 x 14.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title.
At head of title: Theological themes in interfaith relations: 1970-1980.
"January 1981". -- inside front cover.
"[By] Kenneth Cracknell".
Includes bibliographical references and bibliography, p. 35-36.
Errata slip pasted on to inside back cover.
"The Christian Church all over the world as never before knows itself as called to live in a world of many faiths. This present essay is an attempt to sketch out the main responses that the Church's theologians -- Protestant, Roman Catholic and Orthodox -- are beginning to make to the issues raised by religious pluralism". -- [Preface].
Contents: [Preface] / Kenneth Cracknell, Executive Secretary, Committee for Relations with People of Other Faiths -- Introduction -- The General Context of Theologies of Religion -- The Theology of Religion in Specific Contexts -- The Theology of Dialogue -- Dialogue and Evangelism -- Pluralism as an Eschatological Vision -- Inclusiveness or Exclusiveness in Christology -- Work on the Theological Evaluation of Specific Religions -- New Understanding of Interfaith Spirituality -- The Continued Challenge from Wilfred Cantwell Smith -- Notes -- A Check List of Recent Books on Dialogue and the Theology of Religions.
[Preface] printed on inside front cover.
Added Entry
Theological themes in interfaith relations: 1970-1980
Subjects
Christianity and other religions
Religious pluralism
Call Number
BR 127 C72 1981
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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In good and generous faith : Christian responses to religious pluralism

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5319
Author
Cracknell, Kenneth R., 1935-
Publication Date
2006
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 127 C292 2006
Author
Cracknell, Kenneth R., 1935-
Place
Cleveland OH
Publisher
Pilgrim Press
Publication Date
2006
Physical_Description
xxi, 265 p. ; 22.7 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Kenneth Cracknell".
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"But the greatest contribution of this articulation of a `good and generous faith' is its challenge to the frequent assumption that Christians must choose between dialogue and evangelism as the goal in engaging those of other faiths. Cracknell recognizes that the possibility of conversion is always resident in authentic dialogue, and argues that such dialogue is the most appropriate approach to evangelism/mission for our time." -- Foreword, pp. viii-ix.
Contents: Abbreviations -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword / Randy L. Maddox -- Preface -- Introduction -- All the Peoples of God : A Salvation History for Religious Pluralism -- The Universal Presence of the Word : A Christology for Religious Pluralism -- Is Your Heart Right with My Heart : An Ethic for Religious Pluralism -- To Bear Your an Authentic Witness : A Missiology for Religious Pluralism -- Appendix 1: Ambivalent Theology and Ambivalent Policy : The World Council of Churches and Interfaith Dialogue 1938-1999 -- Appendix 2: The Bossey Declaration : Religious Plurality and Christian Self-Understanding -- Notes -- Further Reading -- Index of Scriptural References -- Index of Names and Subjects.
Author is an ordained minister of the British Methodist Church.
Subjects
Christianity and other religions
Religious pluralism - Christianity
Interfaith dialogue
World Council of Churches
Evangelism - 21st century
ISBN
0-8298-1721-2
978-0-8298-1721-2
Call Number
BR 127 C292 2006
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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New religious movements and the churches : report and papers of a consultation sponsored by the Lutheran World Federation and the World Council of Churches, Free University, Amsterdam, September 1986

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8766
Publication Date
1987
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BL 80.2 N48 1987
Place
Geneva
Publisher
World Council of Churches
Publication Date
1987
Physical_Description
xix, 200 p. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Edited by Allan R. Brockway and J. Paul Rajashekar".
"The new religious movements 'may be constructive or destructive, can lead to a new freedom or new enslavement, can depersonalize individuals or reveal their fuller human potential, can depend on religious faith or on new rituals equivalent to magic and the occult, can reclaim the drug addict and encourage virtuous lives or exhibit immoral and demonic features'. But if we are to follow the way of Jesus, that of 'barrier-breaking and not barrier-building', these movements must challenge us to dialogue -- a dialogue that does not exclude criticism. These and related issues were discussed at a consultation jointly sponsored by the World Council of Churches and the Lutheran World Federation. The book brings together the papers presented at the consultation and its findings and recommendations". -- back cover.
Contents: Preface / Allan R. Brockway and J. Paul Rajashekar -- Introduction / J. Paul Rajashekar -- Part I: Understanding New Religious Movements -- A Global Phenomenon / Harold Turner -- Contemporary New Religions in the West / Reinhart Hummel -- Contemporary New Religious Situation in Japan / Shinji Kanai -- Part II: Some Aspects of New Religious Movements -- The World-view/Cosmology of the New Religious Movements / Johannes Aagaard -- The Emergence of a New Religosity in the Western World / Jean-Francois Mayer -- Bringing Them In: Some Observations on Methods of Recruitment Employed by New Religious Movements / Eileen Barker -- A Response / Rudiger Hauth -- Religious Liberty and Socio-political Values: Legal Threats to Conversion in the United States / Dean M. Kelley -- Part III: Responding to New Religious Movements -- Churches' Response to Innovative Religious Movements of the Past / Reender Kranenborg -- A Response / Friday M. Mbon -- Response of the Churches to New Religious Movements: a Report from North America / Diana L. Eck -- Dialogue with New Religious Movements ? / Kenneth Cracknell -- Appendices -- Summary Statement and Recommendations -- Sects or New Religious Movements: Pastoral Challenge -- List of Participants -- Contributors.
OTCH Note: Participants include Canadian Anglican the Rev. James A.J. Cowan (p. [198]).
Series
Oikoumene
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Brockway, Allan R.
Rajashekar, J. Paul William
Lutheran World Federation
World Council of Churches
Aagaard, Johannes M.
Barker, Eileen (Eileen Vartan), 1938-
Cracknell, Kenneth R., 1935-
Eck, Diana L.
Hauth, Rudiger
Hummel, Reinhart
Kanai, Shinji
Kelley, Dean M.
Kranenborg, Reender
Mayer, Jean-Francois
Mbon, Friday M.
Turner, Philip W. (Philip Williams), 1935-
Subjects
Christianity - 20th century
Sects - Religion
ISBN
2-8254-0890-5
Call Number
BL 80.2 N48 1987
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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New religious movements and the churches : report and papers of a consultation sponsored by the Lutheran World Federation and the World Council of Churches, Free University, Amsterdam, September 1986

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog636
Publication Date
1987
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BL 80.2 N48 1987
Place
Geneva
Publisher
World Council of Churches
Publication Date
1987
Physical_Description
xix, 200 p. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Edited by Allan R. Brockway and J. Paul Rajashekar".
"The new religious movements 'may be constructive or destructive, can lead to a new freedom or new enslavement, can depersonalize individuals or reveal their fuller human potential, can depend on religious faith or on new rituals equivalent to magic and the occult, can reclaim the drug addict and encourage virtuous lives or exhibit immoral and demonic features'. But if we are to follow the way of Jesus, that of 'barrier-breaking and not barrier-building', these movements must challenge us to dialogue -- a dialogue that does not exclude criticism. These and related issues were discussed at a consultation jointly sponsored by the World Council of Churches and the Lutheran World Federation. The book brings together the papers presented at the consultation and its findings and recommendations". -- back cover.
Contents: Preface / Allan R. Brockway and J. Paul Rajashekar -- Introduction / J. Paul Rajashekar -- Part I: Understanding New Religious Movements -- A Global Phenomenon / Harold Turner -- Contemporary New Religions in the West / Reinhart Hummel -- Contemporary New Religious Situation in Japan / Shinji Kanai -- Part II: Some Aspects of New Religious Movements -- The World-view/Cosmology of the New Religious Movements / Johannes Aagaard -- The Emergence of a New Religosity in the Western World / Jean-Francois Mayer -- Bringing Them In: Some Observations on Methods of Recruitment Employed by New Religious Movements / Eileen Barker -- A Response / Rudiger Hauth -- Religious Liberty and Socio-political Values: Legal Threats to Conversion in the United States / Dean M. Kelley -- Part III: Responding to New Religious Movements -- Churches' Response to Innovative Religious Movements of the Past / Reender Kranenborg -- A Response / Friday M. Mbon -- Response of the Churches to New Religious Movements: a Report from North America / Diana L. Eck -- Dialogue with New Religious Movements ? / Kenneth Cracknell -- Appendices -- Summary Statement and Recommendations -- Sects or New Religious Movements: Pastoral Challenge -- List of Participants -- Contributors.
OTCH Note: Participants include Canadian Anglican the Rev. James A.J. Cowan (p. [198]).
Series
Oikoumene
Added Entry
Brockway, Allan R., 1932-
Rajashekar, J. Paul William
Lutheran World Federation
World Council of Churches
Aagaard, Johannes M.
Barker, Eileen (Eileen Vartan), 1938-
Cracknell, Kenneth R., 1935-
Eck, Diana L., 1945-
Hauth, Rudiger, 1940-2015
Hummel, Reinhart, 1930-2007
Kanai, Shinji, 1942-
Kelley, Dean M., 1926-1997
Kranenborg, Reender, 1942-
Mayer, Jean-Francois, 1957-
Mbon, Friday M. (Friday Michael)
Turner, Philip W. (Philip Williams), 1935-
Subjects
Christianity - 20th century
Sects - Religion
ISBN
2-8254-0890-5
Call Number
BL 80.2 N48 1987
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Yes and No : A progress report on `Towards a theology for inter-faith dialogue'

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5021
Publication Date
1988
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 127 T68 1988
Corporate Author
Church of England. Board for Social Responsibility. Inter-Faith Consultative Group
Edition
2nd ed.
Place
[London]
Publisher
[Church of England]
Publication Date
1988
Physical_Description
[ii] 29 p.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title.
"Prepared for the Lambeth Conference 1988 by a Member of the Inter-Faith Consultative Group of the General Synod of the Church of England".
"March 1988".
"Note. The first edition of `Yes and No' was published in time for the meeting of ACC-7 in April/May 1987. ... This second edition, March 1988, incorporates Appendix A, and additional paragraphs at the end of Chapters 2 and 4. .... A Study Guide to `Towards a Theology for Inter-Faith Dialogue' is also being prepared, to be published as a separate document, `Unfamiliar Journey', by the British Council of Churches in 1988". -- p. [i].
Includes bibliographical references: p. 29.
"The Report of the Church of England's Inter-Faith Consultative Group `Towards a Theology for Inter-Faith Dialogue' was first published for the Board of Mission and Unity (BMU) in 1984. .... The BMU Report was republished in a second edition in 1986, in preparation for the Lambeth Conference. .... This progress report has been compiled during 1986 as a further background document for the Lambeth Conference. It tries briefly to set the debate on inter-faith dialogue in a wider historical and ecumenical context. ....The Inter-Faith Consultative Group is grateful to the Revd John Sergeant for the time he has given to researching the background material for this progress report and for compiling it. He was helped by the Revd Dr. Peter Forster in the preparation of chapter 3 and by the Revd Christopher Lamb in the preparation of chapter 4. The Revd Dr. Raymond Hammer contributed Appendix A and the Revd Kenneth Cracknell contributed to Appendix B". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Barry Rogerson -- The Wider Context -- The Debate Moves On -- Re-thinking Our Theology -- What Should Our Diocese Do ? -- Appendices.
Appendices include: A: A Look at the Literature -- B: The World Council of Churches [and] The Roman Catholic Church -- C: Reporting the Responses -- D: Bibliography.
Added Entry
Towards a theology for inter-faith dialogue
Rogerson, Barry, 1936-
Cracknell, Kenneth R., 1935-
Forster, Peter (Peter Robert), 1950-
Hammer, Raymond Jack, 1920-1994
Sargant, John (John Raymond), 1938-
Subjects
Christianity and other religions
Christianity and other religions - Church of England
Christianity and other religions - Anglican Communion
Interfaith dialogue
Interfaith dialogue - Church of England
Interfaith dialogue - Great Britain
ISBN
0-7151-5525-3 (Church House Publishing)
0-88028-058-1 (Forward Movement)
Call Number
BR 127 T68 1988
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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