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by Harvey Cox
- ISBN: 0002153351
- Category: Religious books
- Author: Harvey Cox
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- Publisher: Collins.; First Edition. First Printing. edition (1988)
- Pages: 216 pages
- FB2 size: 1996 kb
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- Rating: 4.5
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Many Mansions: A Christia. has been added to your Cart. The book seems quite contemporary, though it was originally published in the late eighties, as Cox writes of his concern about the rise of fundamentalism in both the Muslim and Christian worlds.
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Many Mansions: A Christian's Encounter with Other Faiths (1988), Beacon Press reprint 1992 . Thomas Varacalli, "Harvey Cox," in Religion and Politics in America: An Encyclopedia of Church and State in American Life, ed. Frank Smith (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2016), 215–16.
Many Mansions: A Christian's Encounter with Other Faiths (1988), Beacon Press reprint 1992: ISBN 0-8070-1213-0. The Silencing of Leonardo Boff: The Vatican and the Future of World Christianity (1988).
Harvey Cox is the Victor S. Thomas Professor of. .A warm and informative book. Thomas Professor of Divinity at the Harvard Divinity School. ▲.
A Baptist minister, Cox (Religion in the Secular City, 1984, Turning East, 1979) pulls off a delicate balancing act here, entering the heart of other faiths while retaining his devout Christian perspective. He begins with Islam, arguing that its bum rap in the West results from sibling rivalry-it's simply too close to Christianity for comfort.
a Christian's encounter with other faiths. by Harvey Gallagher Cox. Published 1988 by Beacon Press in Boston, MA. Written in English. Christianity and other religions. Harvey Gallagher Cox (1929-).
Harvey Gallagher Cox. Beacon Press, 1 Oca 1988 - 216 sayfa. His book The Seduction of the Spirit was nominated for a National Book Award. He writes & lectures widely on issues of religion & culture
Harvey Gallagher Cox. He writes & lectures widely on issues of religion & culture. He is married and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
MANY MANSIONS A Christian's Encounter With Other Faiths. He attempts to define both the possibilities and the limits of Christian empathy for other faiths, including secular ones such as Marxism. By Harvey Cox. 216 pp. Boston: Beacon Press. Mr. Cox insists that a Christian commitment to religious universalism must not involve playing down the centrality of Jesus Christ to Christian faith, and disagrees sharply with several recent proposals from Christian leaders that such a diminution of the importance of Jesus ought to be a precondition for participating in interfaith dialogue.