Category Archives: Comparative Theology

Some New Books on Comparative Theology

A relatively small and recent sub-field within the wider arena of the theology of religions and systematic theology, and related in various ways to interreligious studies, comparative religion, and other areas, comparative theology is seeing a good number of new books out. … Continue reading

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The Body(Sattva) on the Cross

A recent publication of mine explores Buddhist-Christian encounters and relations – or more specifically an interreligious, intercultural, or comparative theology – with particular attention to the way that Christology can be rethought through the example of various Chinese (suffering) bodhisattvas. The … Continue reading

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Twenty-First Century Theologies of Religions

My co-edited text, with Elizabeth Harris and Shanthikumar Hettiarachchi is now off the press and available in physical form to buy. Being with Brill it is an expensive tome, but can be found on Amazon and through all good booksellers: … Continue reading

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Comparative Theology and Hermeneutics

This is a publication I am particularly pleased with. Heavy going, but if you fancy reading 14k words on how Gadamerian philosophical hermeneutics can be applied to thinking across religious borders this could be the place to go. It is … Continue reading

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