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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

JAKUB URBANIAK, PhD

 

ACCREDITED JOURNALS

2014. "From Religionless Christianity to Immanent Grace: Bonhoeffer’s legacy in Badiou." Journal of Religion (in press).

2013. "Suffering: A Problem or a Mystery? Buddhist and Christian Approaches to the Human Predicament" in: Mothoagae, I.D. and Prior, A.L. (eds.). Tradition: Fixed and Mobile. Essays in Honour of Rev. Prof. Rodney Moss. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion, UNISA, 213-234 (per-reviewed publication).

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

2013. "Dukkha – Passio: Buddhist and Christian Meanings of Suffering in the Context of Mystical Experience." In Kachappilly, K. (ed.). Mystic Musings in Religions: Selected Papers from the International Conference 'Mysticism without Bounds'. New Delhi: Christian World Imprints, 21-52.

2008. "Where is Sacrum, where Profanum? Controversies around Hierophany in Christian Experience." In Kucza, G., Wita, G. Antropologia miejscem spotkania i dialogu międzyreligijnego [Anthropology as a locus for interreligious encounter and dialogue]. Katowice: Ksiegarnia sw. Jacka, 208-224.

 

NON-ACCREDITED JOURNALS

2008. "Controversies over the notion 'religious experience' in the context of Buddhist-Christian Dialogue." Filozofia religii [Philosophy of Religion], vol. 4: Doświadczenie religijne jako problem filozofii religii i teologii [Religious experience as a philosophical and theological problem], 61-74.

2007. "The Meaning of the Cultural-Religious Context in Bio-ethical Questions: The Vision of Old Age and Death in Buddhism and Christianity." Studie z bioetiky [Bio-ethical Studies], vol. 2: Etika v biomedicíně a biotechnice [Ethics in biomedicine and biotechnology], 69-81.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

2014. Contextualisation and Mission Training: Engaging Asia's Religious Worlds. Ingleby, J. San, T.K. Ling, T.L. (eds.). Reviewed in: Missionalia: Southern African Journal of Mission Studies (in press).

2014. Why Tolerate Religion? Leiter, B. Reviewed in: Journal for Philosophy of Religion & Sophia (in press).

2013. Why Tolerate Religion? Leiter, B. Reviewed in: Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae. Vol. XXXIX, 391-392, August.

2013. Jesus of Nazareth: What He Wanted, Who He Was. Lohfink, G. Reviewed in: Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 145, 110-112, March.

2013. Jesus of Nazareth: What He Wanted, Who He Was. Lohfink, G. Reviewed in: Grace and Truth, 30(1), 64-66, April.

2013. Ecclesiology and Exclusion: Boundaries of Being and Belonging in Postmodern Times. Doyle D. Furry, T. Bazzell P. (eds.). Reviewed in: Theological Studies (in press).

2013. Treasure in the Field: Salvation in the Bible and in our Lives. Krieg, R.A. Reviewed in: Acta Theologica (in press).

UNDER REVIEW

2013. "Suffering in the mystical traditions of Buddhism and Christianity." Theological Studies.

2013. "Religion as Memory – Memory as Religion." Harvard Theological Review.

2013. "Freed by trust, to believe together: Pursuing Global Ecumenism with Küng and Tracy." HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies.

2013. "Liberation as a correlate of religiosity: A Christian-Muslim Perspective on Fundamental Trust." Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations.

2013. "To trust in the midst of multi-ordered reality: Religions as a source of (dis)order." Heythrop Journal.

 

God loves each of us as if there were only one of us.  ~St. Augustine

 

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