“A Dialogical Theism: Francis X. Clooney’s Comparative Theology as a Resource for Interreligious Models of Ultimate Reality,” by Richard Hanson

Francis X. Clooney is a seminal figure in the emerging approach to religious diversity known as Comparative Theology. Much of his work in this field has been concerned with engaging particular texts from Hindu and Christian traditions in the praxis of context-specific, in-depth comparison. Even though it begins with such particular, limited comparisons, Clooney maintains that comparative theology is still, first and foremost, a means of doing theology.

 

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