Interreligious Hermeneutics originated with a 2009 international symposium held at Boston College on interreligious dialogue. The second volume in Cascade Books’ Interreligious Dialogue Series, it is a worthy text for any student interested in the challenges of interreligious dialogue, both because of the insightful discussion by the author-contributors and because their individual essays engage the scholarly resources for thinking about these challenges, with a rich use of citations of the current conversations in the field. Catherine Cornille, an editor of Interreligious Hermeneutics, has written extensively on the challenges of dialogue among different religious traditions, even titling one of her books, The Im-possibility of Interreligious Dialogue (Crossroad 2008). Read more here.
The Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue™ is a forum for academic, social, and timely issues affecting religious communities around the world. It is designed to increase the quality and frequency of interchanges between religious groups and their leaders. The Journal seeks to build an inter-religious community of scholars, in which people of different traditions learn from one another and work together for the common good.