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eBook Trinity and Inter Faith Dialogue: Plenitude and Plurality (Religions and Discourse) download ISBN: 3906769771
Author: Michael Ipgrave
Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (August 14, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 397
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Trinity and Inter Faith . .has been added to your Cart. The Author: Michael Ipgrave is Inter Faith Relations Adviser to the Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England and Executive Secretary of the ecumenical Churches’ Commission for Inter Faith Relations

Trinity and Inter Faith . The Author: Michael Ipgrave is Inter Faith Relations Adviser to the Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England and Executive Secretary of the ecumenical Churches’ Commission for Inter Faith Relations. He is an Anglican priest in Leicester. Series: Religions and Discourse (Book 14).

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About the Author: The Author: Michael Ipgrave is Inter Faith Relations Adviser to the Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England and Executive Secretary of the ecumenical Churches’ Commission for Inter Faith Relations.

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Book in the Religions and Discourse Series). This study proposes a different approach, seeing Trinitarian thought as a resource for dialogue.

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Michael Geoffrey Ipgrave, OBE (born 18 April 1958) is a British Anglican bishop

Michael Geoffrey Ipgrave, OBE (born 18 April 1958) is a British Anglican bishop. Since 2016, he has been the Bishop of Lichfield, the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Lichfield. He was the Bishop of Woolwich, an area bishop in the Diocese of Southwark, from 2012 to 2016. He served as Archdeacon of Southwark between 2004 and 2012. 1 Early life and education. Episcopal ministry Ordained ministry.

Publication, Distribution, et. Oxford ; New York Religions and discourse, 1422-8998 ; v. 14. Bibliography, etc. Note

Publication, Distribution, et. Oxford ; New York. Physical Description: 397 p. ;, 23 cm. Title: Religions and discourse, 1422-8998 ; v. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 383-397).

The Importance of Interfaith Dialogue in modern society . Professor Michael King states that one fifth of the UK population regard themselves as spiritual, but not religious. The more society acknowledges the plurality of religions and the common ground of spirituality amongst them all, the more accepting and tolerant it will become.

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Ipgrave, Michael (2003). Trinity and inter faith dialogue: plenitude and plurality. the psychology of religion and neurotheology. Theology aims to structure and understand these experiences and concepts, to use them to derive normative prescriptions for how to live our lives. Theologians use various forms of analysis and argument to help understand, test, defend or promote any myriad of religious topics.

In inter faith relations, the Trinity is often seen as an embarrassing or irrelevant problem. This study proposes a different approach, seeing Trinitarian thought as a resource for dialogue. Drawing on the suggestions of Paul Tillich and Raimundo Panikkar, the author identifies six key issues to be addressed in Trinitarian dialogue. These are traced in two historical examples: the encounters of patristic Christianity with Greek philosophical religion, and of medieval Christianity with Islam. The final chapter draws lessons from these experiences to suggest a reshaping of Christian dialogue with Hindus, Muslims and other people of faith.