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Drawing upon the author’s three decades of work in comparative theology, this is a pertinent and comprehensive introduction to the field, which offers a clear guide to the reader, enabling them to engage in comparative study. The author has three decades of experience of work in the field of comparative theology and is ideally placed to write this book Today’s increasing religious diversity makes this a pertinent and timely publication Unique in the depth of its introduction and explanation of the discipline of ‘comparative theology’ Provides examples of how comparative theology works in the new global context of human religiosity Draws on examples specific to Hindu-Christian studies to show how it is possible to understand more deeply the wider diversity around us. Clearly guides the reader, enabling them to engage in comparative study Content: Chapter 1 Religious Diversity and Comparative Theology (pages 1–23): Chapter 2 In Generations Past (pages 24–40): Chapter 3 Comparative Theology Today (pages 41–53): Chapter 4 From Theory to Practice (pages 55–68): Chapter 5 Getting Particular (pages 69–86): Chapter 6 “Learning to See” (pages 87–108): Chapter 7 Theology After Comparison (pages 109–127): Chapter 8 “God for Us” (pages 128–153): Chapter 9 Comparative Writer, Comparative Reader (pages 154–165):
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