Walking Upright Together

Why and How Jewish-Christian-Muslim Trialogue Makes Sense

in European Judaism
Guy W. Rammenzweig Independent scholar

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This is not the kind of lecture which old-fashioned German academics would present. It is much more a statement about my own 'learning' in the field of JCM trialogue: interfaith work amongst Jews, Christians and Muslims. Preparing my lecture I went through the writings of Wilfred Cantwell Smith, Raimundo Panikkar, John B. Cobb, Hans Küng and Jonathan Magonet again. I felt that most of the ideas and suggestions these great scholars of interreligous theology have made will be addressed directly or 'along the way' when I give you a rather personal account of my own interfaith pilgrimage: how my spirituality, my theology and my work have changed.

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