Tavoitteena uskonrauha

Yhteinen sana välillämme -kirje ja Yalen vastauskirje rakentavat sovintoa kristittyjen ja muslimien välille

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    Reaching for Peace between Faiths: A Common Word Letter and Yale Response Are Building Reconciliation between Christians and Muslims

    In this article, I examine religious peace building. In 2007, the world Muslim leaders representing every major school of Islamic thought wrote ”A Common Word between Us and You”, an open letter to Christians (and Jews) intended to start a new dialogue between religions. The letter also had a political dimension, as its purpose was to demonstrate that Islam is not a monolithic and hostile religion. The Yale Response was one of the Christian letters replying to the Muslim initiative. Both letters affirm a common ground for beliefs that can be found in the Abrahamic religions: believing in God, loving one’s neighbour and building reconciliation.
    Alkuperäiskielisuomi
    LehtiTeologinen Aikakauskirja
    Vuosikerta2014
    Numero5-6
    Sivut413-423
    Sivumäärä11
    ISSN0040-3555
    TilaJulkaistu - 2014
    OKM-julkaisutyyppiA1 Alkuperäisartikkeli tieteellisessä aikakauslehdessä, vertaisarvioitu

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    Tavoitteena uskonrauha : Yhteinen sana välillämme -kirje ja Yalen vastauskirje rakentavat sovintoa kristittyjen ja muslimien välille. / Portaankorva, Jari.

    julkaisussa: Teologinen Aikakauskirja, Vuosikerta 2014, Nro 5-6, 2014, s. 413-423.

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