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Jennifer Howe peace is assistant professor of interfaith studies at Andover Newton Theological School and co-director of CIRCLE: The Center for Inter-Religious and Communal Leadership Education (a joint venture of Hebrew College and Andover Newton Theological School). Rabbi Or N. Rose is director of the Center for Global Judaism at Hebrew College and co-director of CIRCLE. Gregory Mobley is professor of Christian Bible at Andover Newton Theological School and co-founder of CIRCLE. He is an ordained American Baptist minister.
Table of Contents
|Encountering the Neighbor|
|Entering without Knocking||p. 3|
|Water Carriers||p. 7|
|What Would Roy and Alice Do?||p. 11|
|The Hijabi Monologues||p. 17|
|Interfaith Incognito: What a Hindu Nun Learned from Evangelical Christians||p. 20|
|God Is Greater||p. 25|
|My Ever-Present Interfaith Interlocutors||p. 30|
|It Begins with a Text||p. 36|
|Viewing Home Anew|
|Trouble Praying||p. 45|
|What the Rabbi Taught the Reverend about the Baby Jesus||p. 48|
|When I Get to Heaven||p. 51|
|An Accidental Dialoguer||p. 56|
|A Monk's Gift||p. 62|
|The Prayer God Could Not Answer: A Métis-Aboriginal Encounter||p. 68|
|How a Daoist Fire-Walking Ceremony Made Me an Episcopalian||p. 73|
|Redrawing Our Maps|
|Belief-O-Matic and Me||p. 83|
|Gambling on Hope: One Shared Faith||p. 86|
|"Never Was There a Time…": Crossing Over to Hinduism from Roman Catholicism through the Bhagavad Gita||p. 93|
|Dearly Beloved||p. 100|
|Why Don't You Just Convert?||p. 106|
|The State of the Heart in Multifaith Relationships||p. 109|
|"This War of Words and This Tumult of Opinions": The Beginning of a Dialogue with Mormons||p. 112|
|"Oh How You've Spun Me 'Round, Darling"||p. 117|
|Theological Goosebumps: A Turning Point in My Interfaith Journey||p. 120|
|Unpacking Our Belongings|
|Never Again: A Muslim Visits the Nazi Death Camps||p. 127|
|The Lessons We Learn as Children||p. 131|
|Encountering the Muslim "Other" at Harvard||p. 135|
|It's Complicated||p. 138|
|What I Learned in Zenica about Forgiveness||p. 144|
|Learning to See God in Everyone||p. 149|
|The Ambiguities of Liberation and Oppression: Assuming Responsibility for One's Tradition||p. 154|
|All My Relations||p. 159|
|Stepping across the Line|
|A Christian Confronts a Zen Roan||p. 165|
|Double-Edged Daggers||p. 172|
|Jesus Appeared to Babaji||p. 177|
|Under the Bodhi Tree||p. 182|
|How We Pray||p. 185|
|The Canine-Buddhist Dialogue||p. 188|
|Otherness and Wonder: A Christian Experiences Moksha||p. 192|
|What Mast Ram Baba Dropped into My Bowl||p. 197|
|Finding Fellow Travelers|
|What I Found in the Chapel||p. 207|
|If Muhammad Had Not Spoken||p. 211|
|Sewing in Silence||p. 214|
|The Solitude of Contemplative Life: A Buddhist-Benedictine Friendship||p. 220|
|Holy Chutzpah: Lessons from William Sloane Coffin||p. 224|
|Out Beyond: Forging Resistance and Hope through Multireligious Friendship||p. 228|
|Finding Faith on the Road: Where Deep Commitment and Genuine Openness Meet||p. 234|
|Repairing Our Shared World|
|The Heroes IWas Looking For||p. 243|
|A Community, Not Simply a Coalition||p. 249|
|Dwelling Together in the Tent of Abraham, Hagar, and Sarah||p. 252|
|Practicing in the "Temples of Human Experience"||p. 258|
|The Value of a Peso||p. 261|
|A Test of Character||p. 264|
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