This collection of essays presents the reader with a fine overview and detailed discussion on the impact of interreligious studies and intercultural theology on methods and methodologies. New fields of study require new methods and methodologies, and, although these two new fields draw from a host of existing other disciplines and areas of thought and are almost transdisciplinary in nature, they nonetheless influence existing methodologies and help them evolve in new directions.
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Winkler, Center for Intercultural Theology and the Study of Religions at University Salzburg / Austria, and Jerusalem School of Theology/Israel.
Henry Jansen is a freelance scholar and translator living in Almere, the Netherlands. He has published articles and co-edited a number of volumes on interreligious dialogue, focusing in his own work on the interaction between religion and secular society.