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By Douglas Pratt

Why did the Christian Church, within the 20th century, interact in discussion with Islam? What has been the ecumenical adventure? what's taking place now? Such questions underlie Douglas Pratt’s Christian Engagement with Islam: Ecumenical trips when you consider that 1910. Pratt charts fresh Christian (WCC and Vatican) engagement with Islam as much as the early twenty first century and examines the ecumenical projects of Africa’s PROCMURA, ‘Building Bridges’, and the German ‘Christian-Muslim Theological Forum’, including responses to the 2007 ‘Common notice’ letter.

Between them, Islam and Christianity signify over part the earth’s inhabitants. Their historical past of interplay, confident and detrimental, affects greatly nonetheless this present day. Contentious matters stay actual sufficient, but the tale and ongoing truth of latest Christian-Muslim engagement is either intriguing and inspiring.

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In 1947 the IMC reconvened in Whitby, Canada, to resume its particular interdenominational efforts. The World Council of Churches came into being soon after the war. 28 As 24 25 26 27 28 Cf. William Paton, ‘The Meeting of the International Missionary Council at Tambaram, Madras’, IRM 28 (1939): 161-173. H. Kraemer, The Christian Message in a Non-Christian World (London, Edinburgh House Press, 1938). Yet cf. H. Farmer, ‘The Faith by which the Church lives’, IRM 28 (1939): 174-184, who notes, in respect of attitudes to other religions, a consciousness ‘of groping our way towards a deeper understanding’ wherein ‘we were by no means inclined to accept Kraemer’s theses without reservation’ (p.

I am greatly indebted to the work of Allan Brockway for material for this section. See Allan R. Brockway, For Love of the Jews: A Theological History of the International Missionary Council’s Committee on the Christian Approach to the Jews, 1927-1961. (Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Birmingham, England, 1992). See Brockway, For Love of the Jews, p. 6; also L. Zechhausen, The Christian Approach to the Jew, Being a Report of Con­ferences on the subject held at Budapest and Warsaw in April 1927 (London: Edinburgh House Press, 1927), pp.

An affirmation of the ecumenical heritage was coupled with a new note of humility. The pre-War language of sharing reemerged. There seemed to have been something of a thaw; a warming openness to other religions and their peoples expressed, for example, in the acceptance and high valuation of Asian Christian leadership which promoted positive relating to other religions. By 1955 the Central Committee of the WCC was discussing the theme of the relationship of Christianity to non-Christian religions.

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