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My Adventure with Inter-religious Dialogue

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The Jesus we meet in the Gospels is an inter-religious person par excellence who was able to transcend fundamentalist interpretations that there is no God in all the earth except in Israel, and to recognize the faith of all people (Matt. 8:10). Jesus' mystical experience in the desert led him to realize Yahweh as Abba—the Father of all. Hence he proclaimed the kingdom as an inclusive reality, as the basis of all God experience (Matt 13:1–51). Stressing our need to develop such an inter-religious spirit, the author traces his own awakening spanning over five decades—from his adolescent faith in the "God of the Christians" to his new vision of a "universal kingdom of communion," which embraces all people and all reality. His message is that every disciple of Jesus—and the Church as Christ's sacrament—should live this legacy of Jesus and proclaim God's saving love for all people irrespective of religious affiliation.

Affiliations: 1: Aanmodaya Ashram, Kancheepuram, South India


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