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The Meeting of Religions and the Trinity (Paperback): Gavin D'Costa The Meeting of Religions and the Trinity (Paperback)
Gavin D'Costa
R568 R457 Discovery Miles 4 570 Save R111 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Shows that many so-called "pluralist" theologies are actually masks for a secularizing agenda and that the doctrine of the Trinity holds more potential for interreligious understanding and dialogue. D'Costa recommends the Trinitarian approach which attains the goals that pluralism seeks: openness, respect, and learning from other religions. It accomplishes this without the reductionism associated with pluralism and by examining the serious differences between traditions. He applies the Trinity to interreligious prayer with surprising results.

Christian Uniqueness Reconsidered - The Myth of a Pluralistic Theology of Religions (Paperback, New): Francis X. Clooney, Etc Christian Uniqueness Reconsidered - The Myth of a Pluralistic Theology of Religions (Paperback, New)
Francis X. Clooney, Etc; Volume editing by Gavin D'Costa
R543 R441 Discovery Miles 4 410 Save R102 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Vatican II - Catholic Doctrines on Jews and Muslims (Paperback): Gavin D'Costa Vatican II - Catholic Doctrines on Jews and Muslims (Paperback)
Gavin D'Costa
R664 Discovery Miles 6 640 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Gavin D'Costa breaks new ground in this authoritative study of the Second Vatican Council's doctrines on other religions, with particular attention to Judaism and Islam. The focus is exclusively on the doctrinal foundations found in Lumen Gentium 16 that will serve Catholicism in the twenty first century. D'Costa provides a map outlining different hermeneutical approaches to the Council, whilst synthesising their strengths and providing a critique of their weaknesses. Moreover, he classifies the different authority attributed to doctrines thereby clarifying debates regarding continuity, discontinuity, and reform in doctrinal teaching. Vatican II: Catholic Doctrines on Jews and Muslims expertly examines the Council's revolutionary teaching on Judaism which has been subject to conflicting readings, including the claim that the Council reversed doctrinal teachings in this area. Through a rigorous examination of the debates, the drafts, the official commentary, and with consideration of the previous Council and papal doctrinal teachings on the Jews, D'Costa lays bare the doctrinal achievements of the Council, and concludes with a similar detailed examination of Catholic doctrines on Islam. This innovative text makes essential interventions in the debate about Council hermeneutics and doctrinal teachings on the religions.

The Second Vatican Council - Celebrating its Achievements and the Future (Paperback, New): Gavin D'Costa, Emma Harris The Second Vatican Council - Celebrating its Achievements and the Future (Paperback, New)
Gavin D'Costa, Emma Harris
R650 Discovery Miles 6 500 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The Second Vatican Council (1963-65) changed the face of modern Catholicism in bringing it into a positive relationship with modern culture. There were significant changes in Catholic thought and practice regarding major topics. This timely and significant book looks at those major issues: revelation, liturgy, the church, ecumenism, world religions, mission, the role of Mary, and the future of the Church. The reader is introduced to the content of Vatican II documents, debates around their interpretation and the manner of their implementation. The essays are written by the leading figures in the Catholic Church and allow the reader to see the Council's impact upon modern Catholicism and engagement with the modern world.

Catholic Doctrines on the Jewish People after Vatican II (Hardcover): Gavin D'Costa Catholic Doctrines on the Jewish People after Vatican II (Hardcover)
Gavin D'Costa
R1,511 Discovery Miles 15 110 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In this timely study Gavin D'Costa explores Roman Catholic doctrines after the Second Vatican Council regarding the Jewish people (1965 - 2015). It establishes the emergence of the teaching that God's covenant with the Jewish people is irrevocable. What does this mean for Catholics regarding Jewish religious rituals, the land, and mission? Catholic Doctrines on the Jewish People after Vatican II establishes that the Catholic Church has a new teaching about the Jewish people: the covenant made with God is irrevocable. D'Costa faces head-on three important issues arising from the new teaching. First, previous Catholic teachings seem to claim Jewish rituals are invalid. He argues this is not the case. Earlier teachings allow us positive insights into the modern question. Second, a nuanced case for Catholic minimalist Zionism is advanced, without detriment to the Palestinian cause. This is in keeping with Catholic readings of scripture and the development of the Holy See's attitude to the State of Israel. Third, the painful question of mission is explored. D'Costa shows the new approach safeguards Jewish identity and allows for the possibility of successful witness by Hebrew Catholics who retain their Jewish identity and religious life.

Religion in a Liberal State (Paperback, New): Gavin D'Costa, Malcolm Evans, Tariq Modood, Julian Rivers Religion in a Liberal State (Paperback, New)
Gavin D'Costa, Malcolm Evans, Tariq Modood, Julian Rivers
R464 Discovery Miles 4 640 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

As religion has become more visible in public life, with closer relations of co-operation with government as well as a force in some political campaigns, its place in public life has become more contested. Fudged compromises of the past are giving way to a desire for clear lines and moral principles. This book brings the disciplines of law, sociology, politics and theology into conversation with one anther to shed light on the questions thrown up by 'religion in a liberal state'. It discusses practical problems in a British context, such as the accommodation of religious dress, discrimination against sexual minorities and state support for historic religions; considers legal frameworks of equality and human rights; and elucidates leading ideas of neutrality, pluralism, secularism and public reason. Fundamentally, it asks what it means to be liberal in a world in which religious diversity is becoming more present and more problematic.

Resurrection Reconsidered (Paperback): Gavin D'Costa Resurrection Reconsidered (Paperback)
Gavin D'Costa
R703 Discovery Miles 7 030 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Resurrection reconsidered revisits the vexed question arguably at the very heart of the Christian faith: What is the nature of the resurrection? The first part of this stimulating collection of essays, drawn from an international team of writers, examines the resurrection itself and reflects the many different positions within contemporary Christian thought, ranging from a defence of the resurrection as a literal historical event, through to an outright rejection of the resurrection, and a feminist- psychoanalytic critique. The book then explores the resurrection within an equally controversial arena: Christianity and other religions- pushing the debate into a broader, interreligious context. For scholars, students, clergy and all those concerned with Christianity in the modern world, Resurrection Reconsidered offers an exciting foretaste of the type of debate that will mark a pluralist twenty-first century.

Only One Way? - Three Christian Responses to the Uniqueness of Christ in a Religiously Pluralist World (Paperback, New): Gavin... Only One Way? - Three Christian Responses to the Uniqueness of Christ in a Religiously Pluralist World (Paperback, New)
Gavin D'Costa, Paul F. Knitter, Daniel Strange
R924 Discovery Miles 9 240 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book presents three different, influential and representative theological approaches towards the world religions. Students are not only introduced to the field, but get three passionate and intelligent 'takes' on what is at stake. By means of a response to each of the primary essays, the authors are put into interaction with each other, and are also engaged with the most contemporary scholarship in the field of theology of religions. This sustained and high level critical interaction between the authors provides a feature that is not to be found in any other current work in theology of religions. The three views represent: conservative Roman Catholic Christianity (D'Costa), Reformed evangelical Christianity (Strange) and liberationist liberal Christianity (Knitter). This book will therefore appeal to a very wide theological market from all sections of the theological spectrum.

Christianity and World Religions - Disputed Questions in the Theology of Religions (Paperback): Gavin D'Costa Christianity and World Religions - Disputed Questions in the Theology of Religions (Paperback)
Gavin D'Costa
R749 Discovery Miles 7 490 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

An engaging and accessible introduction to Christianity's relationship with other world religions, addressing the questions of why the reality, and vitality, of other religions has become a challenge, and showing how Christianity is equipped to deal with religious plurality at both the doctrinal and social level.
Timely and accessible, this book tackles the question of why the reality, and vitality, of other religions has become a challenge for Christianity
Makes a decisive contribution to debates about the clash between Islam and the West, arguing that the major threat to religious freedoms come from secularism, and that Islam and Christianity both have the resources to develop a vibrant and pluralist public square; one informed by intellectual rigor and debate
Considers the wider issue of how modernity has defined 'religion', and provides a substantial critique of secular ways of controlling religions
Shows how Christianity is very well suited to deal with religious plurality at the doctrinal and social level
Addresses the core issues and describes the various answers that have been proposed in recent years - making it an ideal introduction to the field, and one which will stimulate ideas and discussions

The Catholic Church and the World Religions - A Theological and Historical Account (Hardcover, New): Gavin D'Costa The Catholic Church and the World Religions - A Theological and Historical Account (Hardcover, New)
Gavin D'Costa; Contributions by Gavin D'Costa, Stratford Caldecott, Martin Ganeri, Roy H Schoeman, …
R2,898 Discovery Miles 28 980 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This is an introduction to the World's major religions from a Catholic Perspective. There is no single standard textbook that outlines the official Roman Catholic theological position in relation to other religions which then explicates this orientation theologically and phenomenologically in relation to the four main religions of the world and the flowering of new religious movements in the west. The present project will cover this serious gap in the literature. After outlining the teaching of Vatican II and the magisterium since then (chapter one), each subsequent chapter will be divided equally between: an exposition of the history and features of the religion or movement being studied; and a serious theological analysis of these features, showing how these religions do have elements in common, as well as how they differ in fundamental ways from Catholicism.

Christianity and the Disciplines - The Transformation of the University (Paperback): Mervyn Davies, Oliver D. Crisp, Gavin... Christianity and the Disciplines - The Transformation of the University (Paperback)
Mervyn Davies, Oliver D. Crisp, Gavin D'Costa, Peter Hampson
R929 Discovery Miles 9 290 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This volume will show how various intellectual disciplines (most found within the modern university) can learn from theology and philosophy in primarily methodological and substantitive terms. It will explore the possible ways in which current presuppositions and practices of the displine might be challenged. It will also indicate the possibilities of both a "Christian Culture" in relation to that discipline or the way in which that discipline might look within a real or theoretical Christian university.

Making Nothing Happen - Five Poets Explore Faith and Spirituality (Paperback, New Ed): Gavin D'Costa, Eleanor Nesbitt,... Making Nothing Happen - Five Poets Explore Faith and Spirituality (Paperback, New Ed)
Gavin D'Costa, Eleanor Nesbitt, Mark Pryce, Ruth Shelton
R1,298 Discovery Miles 12 980 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Making Nothing Happen is a conversation between five poet-theologians who are broadly within the Christian tradition - Nicola Slee, Ruth Shelton, Mark Pryce, Eleanor Nesbitt and Gavin D'Costa. Together they form The Diviners - a group which has been meeting together for a number of years for poetry, and theological and literary reflection. Each poet offers an illuminating reflection on how they understand the relation between poetry and faith, rooting their reflections in their own writing, and illustrating discussion with a selection of their own poems. The poets open up issues for deeper exploration and reflection, including: the nature of creativity and the distinction between divine and human creation; the creative process as exploration, epiphany and revelation; the forging of identity through writing; ways in which the arts reflect, challenge and dialogue with faith, and faith can inform and challenge the arts; power and voice in poetry and faith; and ways in which race, gender and culture interact with and shape poetic and theological discourse. This book will be of interest to poets and theologians, to all who read poetry and are interested in the connections between literature and faith, to those seeking inspiration for preaching, liturgy and pastoral care, and to those committed to the practice and nurturing of a contemplative attitude to life in which profound attention and respect are offered to words and to the creative Word at work.

Religion in a Liberal State (Hardcover, New): Gavin D'Costa, Malcolm Evans, Tariq Modood, Julian Rivers Religion in a Liberal State (Hardcover, New)
Gavin D'Costa, Malcolm Evans, Tariq Modood, Julian Rivers
R1,560 Discovery Miles 15 600 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

As religion has become more visible in public life, with closer relations of co-operation with government as well as a force in some political campaigns, its place in public life has become more contested. Fudged compromises of the past are giving way to a desire for clear lines and moral principles. This book brings the disciplines of law, sociology, politics and theology into conversation with one anther to shed light on the questions thrown up by 'religion in a liberal state'. It discusses practical problems in a British context, such as the accommodation of religious dress, discrimination against sexual minorities and state support for historic religions; considers legal frameworks of equality and human rights; and elucidates leading ideas of neutrality, pluralism, secularism and public reason. Fundamentally, it asks what it means to be liberal in a world in which religious diversity is becoming more present and more problematic.

Theology and Philosophy - Faith and Reason (Paperback): Oliver D. Crisp, Gavin D'Costa, Mervyn Davies, Peter Hampson Theology and Philosophy - Faith and Reason (Paperback)
Oliver D. Crisp, Gavin D'Costa, Mervyn Davies, Peter Hampson
R1,077 Discovery Miles 10 770 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The purpose of this volume is to offer an authoritative overview of the positive relationship between faith and reason, the latter understood as different mode of philosophy. It will also show that despite important variations and differences, the manner in which Christan faith is able to interact with other intellectual disciplines is grounded in theology and is required by theology. Finally it will ground the overall project of "Religion and the University" firmly in different ecclesial communities within the Christian family and differing theological-philosophical orientations that might be trans-denominational.

One of a Kind (Hardcover): Adam Sparks One of a Kind (Hardcover)
Adam Sparks; Foreword by Gavin D'Costa
R1,294 Discovery Miles 12 940 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Theology in the Public Square - Church, Academy, and Nation (Paperback): Gavin D'Costa Theology in the Public Square - Church, Academy, and Nation (Paperback)
Gavin D'Costa
R1,197 Discovery Miles 11 970 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This imaginative study rethinks the nature of theology and its role in universities. The author sketches out a fascinating project using examples from US and UK institutions, whereby theology becomes a transformative force within universities. It imagines what a Christian university, in which all disciplines have been theologized, would look like. It feeds into discussions about the religious identity of denominationally-linked colleges and universities. It forms part of a wider attempt to imagine a vital public role for theology that enables it to serve both the Church and the wider community.

The Catholic Church and the World Religions - A Theological and Historical Account (Paperback): Gavin D'Costa The Catholic Church and the World Religions - A Theological and Historical Account (Paperback)
Gavin D'Costa; Contributions by Gavin D'Costa, Stratford Caldecott, Martin Ganeri, Roy H Schoeman, …
R990 Discovery Miles 9 900 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This title is an introduction to the World's major religions from a Catholic Perspective. There is no single standard textbook that outlines the official Roman Catholic theological position in relation to other religions which then explicates this orientation theologically and phenomenologically in relation to the four main religions of the world and the flowering of new religious movements in the west. The present project will cover this serious gap in the literature. After outlining the teaching of Vatican II and the magisterium since then (chapter one), each subsequent chapter will be divided equally between an exposition of the history and features of the religion or movement being studied; and a serious theological analysis of these features, showing how these religions do have elements in common, as well as how they differ in fundamental ways from Catholicism.

Sexing the Trinity - Gender, Culture and the Divine (Paperback): Gavin D'Costa Sexing the Trinity - Gender, Culture and the Divine (Paperback)
Gavin D'Costa
R1,140 Discovery Miles 11 400 Out of stock

'This is an astonishingly rich and fascinating book, which engages with French feminist theory as well as with Islam, Hinduism and Judaism, as it revisits traditional Catholic themes: a book destined, I am sure, to renew and deepen reflection on the doctrine of God as Trinity.' -- Fergus Kerr, OP, Blackfriars, Oxford 'Gavin D'Costa is already well known for his questioning and sensitive theology of religions. In this book, he brings the same openness and sensitivity to a profound consideration of the Christian Trinity and its gendered representations in human culture. Through a series of lively and challenging engagements with the work of Luce Irigaray, Salman Rushdie and the Indian artist Jyoti Sahi, D' Costa develops a searching argument for why God is beyond gender and yet necessarily symbolized in both male and female terms. At once both deeply critical of his own Roman Catholic tradition, and yet passionate in defence of its possibilities, D' Costa argues for an understanding of the Church as 'completing' God's incarnation - in which all follow Mary as 'co-redeemers' with Christ - as a Marian and multi-gendered community. Confronting the complacency of both conservative and radical, this book is a brilliant example of the new 'theology of culture' that treats Christian tradition and contemporary concerns with equal seriousness.' -- Gerard Loughlin, University of Durham Gavin D'Costa is Senior Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Bristol.

Buddhist-Christian Dual Belonging - Affirmations, Objections, Explorations (Paperback): Gavin D'Costa, Ross Thompson Buddhist-Christian Dual Belonging - Affirmations, Objections, Explorations (Paperback)
Gavin D'Costa, Ross Thompson
R973 Discovery Miles 9 730 Out of stock

A growing number of people describe themselves as both Buddhist and Christian; but does such a self-description really make sense? Many people involved in inter-faith dialogue argue that this dialogue leads to a mutually transformative process, but what if the transformation reaches the point where the Buddhist or Christian becomes a Buddhist Christian? Does this represent a fulfilment of or the undermining of dialogue? Exploring the growing phenomenon of Buddhist-Christian dual belonging, a wide variety of authors including advocates, sympathisers and opponents from both faiths, focus on three key questions: Can Christian and Buddhist accounts and practices of salvation or liberation be reconciled? Are Christian theism and Buddhist non-theism compatible? And does dual belonging inevitably distort the essence of these faiths, or merely change its cultural expression? Clarifying different ways of justifying dual belonging, contributors offer criticisms of dual belonging from different religious perspectives (Theravada Buddhist, Evangelical Reformed and Roman Catholic) and from different methodological approaches. Four chapters then carry the discussion forward suggesting ways in which dual belonging might make sense from Catholic, Theravada Buddhist, Pure-land Buddhist and Anglican perspectives. The conclusion clarifies the main challenges emerging for dual belongers, and the implications for interreligious dialogue.

The Meeting of Religions and the Trinity (Paperback): Gavin D'Costa The Meeting of Religions and the Trinity (Paperback)
Gavin D'Costa
R1,065 R949 Discovery Miles 9 490 Save R116 (11%) Out of stock

One of the most discussed topics of our time is Christianity's relation to other religions. In this important new book, one of Britain's leading contemporary theologians develops a sharp and penetrating critique of the pluralist position. In the tradition of Alasdair MacIntyre and John Milbank, D'Costa shows that too often it masks a secularizing agenda, traceable to the worst
apects of Enlightenment modernity.
Even by its own criteria, pluralism does not succeed. D'Costa demonstrates this by exploring the 'meeting of the religions' in its
leading exponents from Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism and Buddhism. He discovers the influence of Western modernist thought or else a veiled exclusivism not only in Hick, Knitter, Cohn-Sherbok and Panikkar, but even in Radhakrishnan and the Dalai Lama. He then goes on to establish an alternative Trinitarian approach to interreligious prayer and tolerance, drawing on recent discussions of other
religions as 'vehicles of salvation'. The final section of the book represents the first major systematic theological study of interfaith
prayer.

Christianity and the Disciplines - The Transformation of the University (Hardcover, New): Oliver D. Crisp, Gavin D'Costa,... Christianity and the Disciplines - The Transformation of the University (Hardcover, New)
Oliver D. Crisp, Gavin D'Costa, Mervyn Davies, Peter Hampson
R2,937 Discovery Miles 29 370 Out of stock

This volume will show how various intellectual disciplines (most found within the modern university) can learn from theology and philosophy in primarily methodological and substantitive terms. It will explore the possible ways in which current presuppositions and practices of the displine might be challenged. It will also indicate the possibilities of both a "Christian Culture" in relation to that discipline or the way in which that discipline might look within a real or theoretical Christian university. >

Theology and Philosophy - Faith and Reason (Hardcover): Gavin D'Costa, Mervyn Davies, Peter Hampson, Rowan Williams,... Theology and Philosophy - Faith and Reason (Hardcover)
Gavin D'Costa, Mervyn Davies, Peter Hampson, Rowan Williams, Oliver D. Crisp
R3,791 Discovery Miles 37 910 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The purpose of this volume is to offer an authoritative overview of the positive relationship between faith and reason, the latter understood as different mode of philosophy. It will also show that despite important variations and differences, the manner in which Christan faith is able to interact with other intellectual disciplines is grounded in theology and is required by theology. Finally it will ground the overall project of "Religion and the University" firmly in different ecclesial communities within the Christian family and differing theological-philosophical orientations that might be trans-denominational.

Vatican II - Catholic Doctrines on Jews and Muslims (Hardcover): Gavin D'Costa Vatican II - Catholic Doctrines on Jews and Muslims (Hardcover)
Gavin D'Costa
R2,199 Discovery Miles 21 990 Out of stock

Gavin D'Costa breaks new ground in this authoritative study of the Second Vatican Council's doctrines on other religions, with particular attention to Judaism and Islam. The focus is exclusively on the doctrinal foundations found in Lumen Gentium 16 that will serve Catholicism in the twenty first century. D'Costa provides a map outlining different hermeneutical approaches to the Council, whilst synthesising their strengths and providing a critique of their weaknesses. Moreover, he classifies the different authority attributed to doctrines thereby clarifying debates regarding continuity, discontinuity, and reform in doctrinal teaching. Vatican II: Catholic Doctrines on Jews and Muslims expertly examines the Council's revolutionary teaching on Judaism which has been subject to conflicting readings, including the claim that the Council reversed doctrinal teachings in this area. Through a rigorous examination of the debates, the drafts, the official commentary, and with consideration of the previous Council and papal doctrinal teachings on the Jews, D'Costa lays bare the doctrinal achievements of the Council, and concludes with a similar detailed examination of Catholic doctrines on Islam. This innovative text makes essential interventions in the debate about Council hermeneutics and doctrinal teachings on the religions.

Catholic Engagement with World Religions - A Comprehensive Study (Paperback, New): Karl Joseph Becker, Ilaria Morali, Gavin... Catholic Engagement with World Religions - A Comprehensive Study (Paperback, New)
Karl Joseph Becker, Ilaria Morali, Gavin D'Costa
R944 R853 Discovery Miles 8 530 Save R91 (10%) Out of stock

This monumental book outlines, clarifies, and defends official Roman Catholic teaching on the relationship between christianity and other religious traditions in the light of Catholic belief that "We must hold that the holy spirit offers to all the possibility of being made partners, in a way known to God, in the paschal mystery" (Gaudium et Spes, 22).

Part I studies the history of these issues. Part II examines their theological framing. Part III deals with Christianity and the religions since Vatican II. Part IV deals with Judaism, Confucianism, Hinduism, and Islam as they see themselves in relation to Christianity. A final chapter by Michael Fitzgerald is a theological reflection on the foundations of interreligious dialogue.

Christianity and World Religions - Disputed Questions in the Theology of Religions (Hardcover): Gavin D'Costa Christianity and World Religions - Disputed Questions in the Theology of Religions (Hardcover)
Gavin D'Costa
R1,825 Discovery Miles 18 250 Out of stock

An engaging and accessible introduction to Christianity's relationship with other world religions, addressing the questions of why the reality, and vitality, of other religions has become a challenge, and showing how Christianity is equipped to deal with religious plurality at both the doctrinal and social level.
Timely and accessible, this book tackles the question of why the reality, and vitality, of other religions has become a challenge for Christianity
Makes a decisive contribution to debates about the clash between Islam and the West, arguing that the major threat to religious freedoms come from secularism, and that Islam and Christianity both have the resources to develop a vibrant and pluralist public square; one informed by intellectual rigor and debate
Considers the wider issue of how modernity has defined 'religion', and provides a substantial critique of secular ways of controlling religions
Shows how Christianity is very well suited to deal with religious plurality at the doctrinal and social level
Addresses the core issues and describes the various answers that have been proposed in recent years - making it an ideal introduction to the field, and one which will stimulate ideas and discussions

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