Abilene Campus (Residential)
Date of Award
Graduate School of Theology
Master of Arts
Committee Chair or Primary Advisor
Douglas A. Foster
Second Committee Member or Secondary Advisor
Frederick D. Aquino
Third Committee Member or Committee Reader
Darryl L. Tippens
This monograph considers how people of different belief systems can interact in a productive way. Historically, Christians have displayed several models for encountering and coping with other religions. In an increasingly pluralistic context, Paul Knitter's "Correlational, Globally Responsible Model" for dialogue is a viable option. I attempt to demonstrate that Knitter's model is a valuable and constructive way to take the "religious Other" as seriously as one's own belief system.
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Daughrity, Dyron B., "An Analysis of Paul Knitter's Correlational, Globally Responsible Model for Interfaith Dialogue :With Implications for Constructive Interaction Between Christians and Non-Christians" (1999). Digital Commons @ ACU, Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 623.