ISBN-10:
0801026024
ISBN-13:
9780801026027
Pub. Date:
11/01/2002
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Christianity at the Religious Roundtable: Evangelicalism in Conversation with Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam

Christianity at the Religious Roundtable: Evangelicalism in Conversation with Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam

by Timothy C. Tennent

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ISBN-13: 9780801026027
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 11/01/2002
Pages: 270
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Timothy C. Tennent (Ph.D., University of Edinburgh) is associate professor of world missions at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

Table of Contents

Interreligious Dialogue: An Evangelical Perspective
Part 1 Christianity and Hinduism
1. Doctrine of God: Brahman
2. Doctrine of Creation: Lila, Maya
Part 2 Christianity and Buddhism
3. Doctrine of God: Dharma-kaya (Sunyata/Citta)
4. Doctrine of Ethics: Karuna, Maitri, Dana
Part 3 Christianity and Islam
5. Doctrine of God: Allah
6. Doctrine of Christ and the Incarnation: Isa, Hulul
Part 4 Case Studies
7. Was Socrates a Christian before Christ? A Study of Justin Martyr's Use of Logos Spermatikos
8. Can the Hindu Upanishads Help Us Explain the Trinity? A Study of Brahmabandhav Upadhyay's Use of Saccidananda
9. Can Sola Fide Be Understood Apart from the Specific, Historic Revelation of Jesus Christ? A Study of A. G. Hogg's Distinction between Faith and Faiths

Epilogue: Closing Thoughts about Evangelicals and Interreligious Dialogue

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Christianity at the Religious Roundtable: Evangelicalism in Conversation with Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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For so long I have wondered why everyone who actually had genuine faith in Islam or Christianity or some other religion was asked to check their faith at the door before they entered into dialogue. Finally, Timothy Tennent has shown me that you don't have to do that. I highly recommend this book! It was a joy to read. Michael Kennedy Los Angeles, CA