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Edition: 2nd Rev
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Inc
The book deals with the theological problem of the relation of other religions to Christianity. Can Christianity claim to be unique and universal, given the fact that other religions propose themselves as means of salvation? The method is theological, i.e., relying on Christian revelation and faith experience to understand and, theology being a normative science, to judge the truth value of the results of the history of religions. More specifically, it deals with the salvific value of other religions, the presence of Christ in them, the necessity of the Church for salvation and the salvation of other believers, and finally, the theological understanding of interreligious dialogue.Mariasusai Dhavamony is the author of 'Christian Theology of Religions: A Systematic Reflection on the Christian Understanding of World Religions (Studien Zur Interkulturellen Geschichte Des Christentums, Bd. 108.)' with ISBN 9780820453088 and ISBN 0820453080.
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