Dynamics of Difference: Christianity and Alterity: A Festschrift For Werner G. Jeanrond
:This Festschrift in honour of Werner G. Jeanrond, currently Master of St Benet's Hall, University of Oxford, UK, investigates the challenge of alterity for Christianity, exploring and elaborating on this core concern in Jeanrond's hermeneutical theology. Blurring disciplinary boundaries, more...
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:This Festschrift in honour of Werner G. Jeanrond, currently Master of St Benet's Hall, University of Oxford, UK, investigates the challenge of alterity for Christianity, exploring and elaborating on this core concern in Jeanrond's hermeneutical theology. Blurring disciplinary boundaries, more than thirty of Jeanrond's colleagues and companions from ten countries track the dynamics of difference driven by the encounter with the self as other, the other as other, and God as the radical other.Who is my other? What do I encounter when I encounter my other? And what responses and responsibilities does the encounter with my other evoke? Grappling with questions like these, the contributions to this compilation analyse alterity in the Bible, alterity in philosophy, alterity in theology, alterity in interreligious dialogues, and the radical alterity of God. Tying in with Jeanrond's explorations of the many faces and facets of the other, this Festschrift ultimately aims to advocate openness to the other as a necessity for both religion and reflections on religion.
- :table Of Contentsprefacelist Of Contributorsintroduction: Open To The Other. The Dynamics Of Difference In Hermeneutical Theology - Ulrich Schmiedel, University Of Oxford, Uki Biblical Others And Other Biblesmoses: The Significant Other - <i>brian Klug, University Of Oxford, Uk</i>joseph In Egypt: Assimilation And Separation From The Other - <i>andrew D. H. Mayes, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland</i>becoming 'another': Nicodemus And His Relationships In The Fourth Gospel -<i> Mary Marshall, University Of Oxford, Uk</i>the Bible, Nostra Aetate, And The Good Text-bad Text Hermeneutics - <i>jesper Svartvik, Lund University, Sweden</i>the Alterity Of The Letter: Revelation In Dei Verbum - <i>olivier Riaudel, Catholic University Of Louvain, Belgium</i>2 Philosophical Others And Other Philosophies Ethics Of Vision: Seeing The Other As Neighbour - <i>arne Grøn, University Of Copenhagen, Denmark</i>the Outer And Inner Constitution Of Human Dignity In Meister Eckhart - <i>dietmar Mieth, University Of Tübingen, Germany</i>the Value Of The Other - <i>tage Kurtén, Åbo Akademi University, Finland</i>love Of God And Love Of One Another According To Paul - <i>jeffrey Bloechl, Boston College, Usa</i>paul Ricoeur As Other -<i> Bengt Kristensson Uggla, Åbo Akademi University, Finland</i>the Other Of Dialectic And Dialogue -<i> David Tracy, University Of Chicago, Usa </i>encountering The Other: The Concept Of Encounter In Philosophy And Theology - <i>matthias Petzoldt, University Of Leipzig, Germany</i>in-between Subjectivity And Alterity: Philosophy Of Dialogue And Theology Of Love - <i>claudia Welz, University Of Copenhagen, Denmark</i>3 Theological Others And Other Theologiesthe Other Language: Religion In Modernity -<i> Knut Wenzel, Goethe-university Frankfurt, Germany</i>laughing At The Other - <i>ola Sigurdson, University Of Gothenburg, Sweden</i>foreignness As Focal Point Of Otherness - <i>pierre Bühler, University Of Zürich, Switzerland</i>sexual Difference In Christian Doctrine And Symbolism: Historical Impact And Feminist Critique - <i>kari Elisabeth Børresen, University Of Oslo, Norway</i>the Other On The Cross - <i>anne-louise Eriksson, Stockholm School Of Theology, Sweden</i>the Other Without And The Other Within - <i>george Newlands, University Of Glasgow, Uk</i>augustinian Love - <i>rowan Williams, University Of Cambridge, Uk</i>who Loves? Who Is Loved? The Problem Of The Collective Personality -<i> Johannes Zachhuber, University Of Oxford, Uk</i>gegenüber Revisited: 'thirding-as-othering' In Karl Barth's Concept Of Space -<i> Kjetil Hafstad, University Of Oslo, Norway</i>4 Religious Others And Other Religions Empathy And Otherness In Interreligious Dialogue - <i>catherine Cornille, Boston College, Usa</i>in The Presence Of God - Making Room For The Other: An Autobiographical Approach - <i>karl-josef Kuschel, University Of Tübingen, Germany</i>related Rivals: How Christians And Muslims Might Relate To One Another - <i>susanne Heine, University Of Vienna, Austria</i>'who Practices Hospitality Entertains God Himself' - <i>mona Siddiqui, University Of Edinburgh, Uk</i>beyond Indifference: Religious Traditions As Resources For Interreligious Toleration - <i>christoph Schwöbel, University Of Tübingen, Germany</i>5 God As Other And The Otherness Of Godloved By The Other: Creatio Ex Nihilo As An Act Of Divine Love - <i>david Fergusson, University Of Edinburgh, Uk</i>the Other And The Interruption Of Love - <i>lieven Boeve, Catholic University Of Leuven, Belgium</i>the Middle English Poem Pearl: A Study In The Unfamiliar - <i>santha Bhattacharji, University Of Oxford, Uk</i>finding The Otherness Of God In Literature - <i>david Jasper, University Of Glasgow, Uk</i>index Of Subjectsindex Of Names