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The Past, Present, and Future of Theologies of Interreligious Dialogue$
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Terrence Merrigan and John Friday

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780198792345

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2017

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198792345.001.0001

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Pneumatological Foundations for a Catholic Theology of Interreligious Dialogue

Pneumatological Foundations for a Catholic Theology of Interreligious Dialogue

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(p.28) 2 Pneumatological Foundations for a Catholic Theology of Interreligious Dialogue
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The Past, Present, and Future of Theologies of Interreligious Dialogue
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Dermot A. Lane

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198792345.003.0003

This chapter takes as its point of departure the teaching of Vatican II on the Holy Spirit and its development in the post-conciliar period. The author argues that a pneumatological approach to interreligious dialogue would constitute a new way of doing theology, and bring with it a reconfiguration of the theological imagination, a re-ordering of the relationship between Christ and the Spirit, and the development of a Spirit-driven ecclesiology. The chapter concludes with a discussion of four criteria that might aid in discerning the action of the Spirit in the church and in the dialogue with other religions. These criteria are rooted in the narratives of the Spirit in Judaism and Christianity, related to constitutive theological themes such as Christology and ecclesiology, and calibrated to assist in the recognition of the spirit’s creative presence.

Keywords:   pneumatology, Vatican II, Spirit in the Bible, imagination, Christ, Spirit-led ecclesiology, Trinity, Spirit-criteria

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