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Patrik Fridlund

happen to accepted notions of interreligious dialogue and conversion when one takes a look at double religious belonging in a broad sense. 2 By pointing out the strong, and in many respects necessary, presence of double religious belonging and multiple religious practice, I intend to show that some

Joseph Samarakone

“incul- turation” model of double or multiple belonging. It is in the field of inter- religious dialogue that we now speak about “double religious belonging.” Th is term was coined by Michael Amaladoss, S.J., and it means that, while being rooted in one’s own tradition, one should have the ability to

Gideon Goosen

, 115-125. Clooney, Francis. (2002). “God for Us: Multiple Religious Identities as a Human and Divine Prospect ”, in Many Mansions: Multiple Religious Belonging and Christian Identity. ed. Cath- erine Cornille. New York: Orbis Books. 44-60. Cornille, Catherine.(2000). “Double Religious Belonging

Lucas Johnston

, Christian theology, and Buddhist thought. Though McDaniel has published widely, one other notable contribution along these lines is his “Double Religious Belonging: A Process Approach” (2003). According to McDaniel, Process thinking is a bridge for greater understanding between Buddhists and Christians

Joantine Berghuijs, Hans Schilderman, André van der Braak and Manuela Kalsky

publishers . Cornille , C. ( 2003 ). “Double religious belonging: Aspects and questions” in Buddhist-Christian Studies 23 , 43 - 49 . Glock , C.Y. , and R. Stark . ( 1965 ). Religion and society in tension . Chicago : Rand McNally . Hart , J. de . ( 2014 ). Geloven

Scott Blakemore

society means this is no longer possible or desirable. This interconnectedness has resulted in a limitation that is becoming more pressing as a result of globalisation, what Fridlund calls ‘double religious belonging.’ Here, an individual may adhere to different religious traditions based on their own

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Scott Blakemore

society means this is no longer possible or desirable. This interconnectedness has resulted in a limitation that is becoming more pressing as a result of globalisation, what Fridlund calls ‘double religious belonging.’ Here, an individual may adhere to different religious traditions based on their own

Theology of Religions

Through the Lens of ‘Truth-as-Openness’

Graham Adams

. The Weakness of God: A Theology of the Event ( Bloomington : Indiana University Press ). Caputo , J. D. 2007 . What Would Jesus Deconstruct? The Good News of Postmodernism for the Church ( Grand Rapids, MI : Baker Academic ). Carlson , J. 2003 . “ [Double Religious Belonging: A

Theology of Religions

Through the Lens of ‘Truth-as-Openness’

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Graham Adams

. The Weakness of God: A Theology of the Event ( Bloomington : Indiana University Press ). Caputo , J. D. 2007 . What Would Jesus Deconstruct? The Good News of Postmodernism for the Church ( Grand Rapids, MI : Baker Academic ). Carlson , J. 2003 . “ [Double Religious Belonging: A