Bede Griffiths: A Life in Dialogue

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SUNY Press, 2001 M02 22 - 279 páginas
Bede Griffiths, O.S.B.Cam. (1906 1993) was a pioneer in the meeting of faiths and of cultures in the second half of the twentieth century. This captivating study of his pioneering work in intercultural and interreligious dialogue draws from meticulous research of Griffiths s writings and his sources, as well as numerous personal interviews with the man himself.

 

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Contenido

The Romantic Explorer of English Countryside
15
Reconciling Reason and Imagination
20
God through the Symbol of Nature
27
The Conditions for Dialogue
37
Night of Conversion
43
The Benedictine in England and India
46
Faith as a Way of Knowing
56
God through the Symbols of Bible Liturgy and Prayer
71
The Guide of Shantivanam and Prophet of Dialogue
114
The Way of Intuitive Wisdom
128
God beyond the Symbols of the Religions
148
Through Dialogue
183
Conclusion
194
Notes
209
Bibliography
261
Index
271

Into Dialogue
101
The View from His Window
111

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Judson B. Trapnell is Assistant Professor of Christian Theology of Religions/World Religions at The College of St. Benedict and St. John s University in Minnesota.

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