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Our journal covers all aspects of interfaith knowledge and practice, with food for thought from around the world, and articles from researchers, leaders and grassroots activists. It is published in print and online about twice a year.

Contents of the latest edition (December 2016)

| guest editorial |
A Holocaust survivor’s word to Donald Trump Harold Kasimov

Journal June 2016

| tribute |
Sir Sigmund Sternberg Marcus Braybrooke

| creative encounters |
Coming Full Circle Alan Race

Past and Future: feminist perspectives on interfaith dialogue  Ursula King

Observations from the Cutting Edge: challenges for the next generation Tony Bayfield

Modern Hindu Spiritualities and the Quest for the Absolute: reflections on
the ‘pluralistic hypothesis’ of John Hick
Ankur Barua

Reflections for a Dialogical Future Ed Kessler

Reflecting the Conference Riaz Ravat

|focus on the interreligious movement |
Pope Francis, the Interfaith Movement and Global Environmental Ethics
Kusumita P. Pedersen

The Contemporary Relevance of Martin Buber’s Theo-Politics Andrew Seligson
The Riddle of the One and the Many Jenny Kartupelis

| in review |
Interfaith Dialogue: an Islamic perspective Qadir Bakhsh and Maqsood

Reviewer: Don de Silva

Buddhist-Christian Dual Belonging: affirmations, objections, explorations by
Gavin D’Costa and Ross Thompson
Reviewer: Tom Wilson

Submission by Michel Houellebecq
Reviewer:  Bonnie Evans-Hills

| poetry |
Why Climb a Mountain?
Nanao Sakaki

What a thing it is…
Thomas Merton

| prayers and meditations |
May We Endure…
The Terma Collective




Previous issue - June 2016

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