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Attitudes to other religions

comparative religions in seventeenth and eighteenth century Britain.

by David A. Pailin

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Published by Manchester University Press in Manchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religions -- Great Britain -- History.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL80.2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21696233M
    ISBN 100719010659

    Buddhist Attitudes to Other Religions is a collected volume of essays, almost all of which were modified from papers delivered at a conference in This means that the book is directed primarily at other scholars, specifically those working in the field of interreligious studies, rather than students or a popular audience. What is.   My attitude towards religion is open hostility. I hate religion because in it’s thousands of years of existence, religion has brought death, pain, suffering and inestimable sorrow upon the corpus of humanity. I would love to see religion die out.

    No Other Name? A Critical Survey of Christian Attitudes toward the World Religions is a case for religious pluralism. The basic premise of his book is that "a nonnormative, theocentric Christology does not contradict the New Testament proclamation of Jesus and therefore is a valid interpretation of that proclamation" ()/5(4). Surveying the world's religions and providing succinct yet thought-provoking insight into the philosophy and practices of each, The Religions Book is ideal for anyone seeking to gain a better understanding of the world's religions.4/5.

      Kiblinger begins by explaining that there are three possible responses to the religious other: exclusivism, inclusivism, and pluralism. The exclusivist attitude of some religions toward other religions is dismissive, believing as they do that their faith community is in sole possession of the truth, that their spiritual path is the only one. All the other religions are temporal human inventions called to disappear. Islam is a religion invented by an Arab man. The followers of Islam are human beings worthy of love and respect but their religion, Islam, is a false religion since many things they say contradict .


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No Other Name. A Critical Survey of Christian Attitudes toward the World Religions is a case for religious pluralism. The basic premise of his book is that "a nonnormative, theocentric Christology does not contradict the New Testament proclamation of Jesus and therefore is a valid interpretation of that proclamation" ().Cited by: Non-Muslims and Islam.

The Qur'an distinguishes between the monotheistic People of the Book (ahl al-kitab), i.e. Jews, Christians, Sabians and others on the one hand and polytheists or idolaters on the other hand'. [citation needed] There are certain kinds of restrictions that apply to polytheists but not to "People of the Book" in classical Islamic example is that Muslim males are.

First published inthese Hulsean Lectures inquire 'what has been, and what should be, the attitude of the Church and of individual Christians towards religions other than their own' and review the policy and methods of Christian missions to by: 7.

/ Kenneth K. Tanaka --Buddhist and Christian attitudes toward other religions: a comparison / Paul Knitter --Between controversy and ecumenism: intra-Buddhist relationships / Peter Harvey --Buddhist-Hindu relations / Perry Schmidt-Leukel --Buddhism and Chinese religions / Joachim Gentz --Buddhist-Muslim doctrinal relations: past, present and.

Over the centuries of Islamic history, Islamic history rulers, Islamic history, and ordinary Muslims have held many different attitudes towards other religions. Attitudes have varied according to time, place and circumstance.

Contents[show] Non-Muslims under Islam Non-Muslims under Islamic history would be held under the status of Islamic history (from Arabic ذميّ th as pronounced in this. Since the s, attitudes to other religions have changed markedly. The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes () provides the most recent perspectives.

Early Attitudes to Other Religions. When the British convicts and soldiers first arrived in Australia, they assumed they. E-BOOK EXCERPT. Jacques Waardenburg writes about relations between Muslims and adherents of other religions. After illuminating various aspects of Islam from an outside point of view in his volume "Islam" (published in by de Gruyter) his second volume changes the perspective: The author shows how Muslims perceived non-Muslims - particularly Christianity and "the West", but also Judaism.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages 22 cm: Contents: 1. Rationalism: common notions concerning religion / Herbert of Cherbury Romanticism: religion and the religions / Friedich Schleiermacher Relativism: the place of Christianity among the world religions / Ernst Troeltsch Exclusivism: the revelation of God as the abolition of.

Paul F. Knitter is the Paul Tillich Professor Emeritus of Theology, World Religions and Culture at the Union Theological Seminary in New York and a leading theologian of religious pluralism.

He is professor emeritus of Theology at Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, where he /5. "Inclusivism" holds that while Christ is the only way to salvation, people of other faiths may be saved. Further Resources on Christianity and Other Religions.

General Surveys. Paul F. Knitter, No Other Name?: A Critical Survey of Christian Attitudes Toward the World Religions (American Society of Missiology Series, No 7) (Orbis, ).

Islamic Beliefs About Other Religions The Qur'an states that there must be "no compulsion in religion." [Surah ] Yet Muslims are not pluralistic in their worldview - they consider their religion to the be the true religion and invite people.

The theology of religions is the branch of theology (mostly represented by Christian, Hindu, Islamic and Jewish theology) and religious studies that attempts to theologically evaluate the phenomena of religions.

Three important schools within Christian part of this field are pluralism, inclusivism, and exclusivism, which describe the relation of other religious traditions to Christianity and. Mormon attitudes to other faiths Last updated The background to Mormons's tolerant attitude to other faiths, which stems from a belief that other peoples can also be inspired by God.

Jews view other religions as having merits of their own, and practitioners of those religions as being equal inheritors of the rewards of the world to come, according to Howard Greenstein in the book What Do Our Neighbors Believe: Questions and Answers on Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

There are two distinct trends or themes that reflect Italian Jewish views on other faiths: The first is the more conservative, benighted, parochial, and even hostile trend, appearing from the sixteenth century on, influenced by the negative attitudes of the Zohar toward other religions that considered non-Jews to be the creation of "the other.

Twentieth Century Christian Attitudes to Other Religions: A Bibliographical Guide GAVIN D'COSTA Introduction Since New Testament times the question of Christianity's relation to other religions has been important And then, as now, a number of theological responses can be discerned.

THE BUDDHIST ATTITUDE TOWARDS OTHER RELIGIONS The aim of this booklet is to assist in promoting a better understanding of religion, religious tolerance and its deep underlying meaning from the Buddhist point view and to understand how Buddhism regards other religions. The deep underlying meaning of religion is to be able to uphold and respect one'sFile Size: KB.

Attitude of Islam towards other religions We ask Allaah to guide the seekers of truth from other religions to look into the religion of Islam and its Book, the Qur’aan. May Allaah guide them and open their hearts to enter Islam. Source: Islam Q&A Add a comment Top of page.

Now both religions find themselves sharing a global village. How Christians and Sikhs may regard other religions per se is not a matter which can be ignored.

For some this may be because they belong to one or other of them and are interested in dialogue with the Cited by: 3. BUDDHIST INCLUSIVISM: ATTITUDES TOWARDS RELIGIOUS OTHERS.

By Kristin Beise Kiblinger. Hants, England: Ashgate, pp. Kristen Beise Kiblinger, who teaches in the religion department at Thiel Col-lege, has written a provocative and imaginative book.

It is provocative in that Buddhist-Christian Studies 27 (). 6 by University of Hawai Author: Terry C. Muck. What About Other Religions? is taken from the book Searching Issues by Nicky Gumbel. Nicky Gumbel is the pioneer of Alpha. He read law at Cambridge and theology at Oxford, practiced as a.

Sacred Texts Of Major World Religions. Almost every school of religious thought and belief has its own central texts to guide its followers. A holy man reading the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of Sikhism. Editorial credit: / : Khushboo Sheth.In examining the Buddhist attitude to other religions one has to note that, unlike in many other religions, there is no claim in Buddhism that Truth is a monopoly of Buddhism.

The truth, according to Buddhism, is not a revelation. It is a discovery or a realisation. A discovery humanly possible that needs no external sanctification or.