Church and Religious “Other”
Edited by Gerard Mannion
T&T Clark, $130, 320 pp.
The globe is becoming interconnected at an increasingly quick pace. We are thinking differently about what it means to be human, individually and in community; religions are interacting more and more, and are changing because of these encounters; the reality of global Christianity is coming home to us, as Christians in Africa, India, and elsewhere critique the Euro-American vision of church. It is tempting to settle for part of the picture: just ecumenism, just liberal...
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