Per una teologia dell'ospitalità: Il dialogo che si fa accoglienza
Religious pluralism, reread starting from Indian thought and from the hospitable practice, present in Asian religions as in others, becomes an experience where to respect irreducible otherness (even to any inclusivism) and where to promote and preserve the gifts of the other religious tradition (overcoming the exclusivist attitude). And if the hospitable encounter generates a time and space where the divine can manifest itself because it recognizes that religious plurality is an expression of the "wise divine will" (Abu Dhabi document), the interreligious dialogue that ensues is one that is aware that "to be religious is to be interreligious" (Indian Theological Association).
|Date||Apr 19, 2021|
|Organizer:||Gregorian Centre for Interreligious Studies|
|Category:||Christianity and Asian religions and culture forum|