- Machine generated contents note: pt. I Comparative Theology in a Millennial Classroom -- 1.(Un)Silencing Hybridity: A Postcolonial Critique of Comparative Theology / Judith Gruber -- 2.Newman, Millennials, and Teaching Comparative Theology / William L. Portier -- 3.Teaching and Learning Comparative Theology with Millennial Students / Mary E. Hess -- 4.The Religion Classroom as a Site for Justice / Wanda Scott -- pt. II Interrogating Identity -- 5.Comparative Theology at the Intersections of (Multi)Racial and (Multi)Religious Identities / Tracy Sayuki Tiemeier -- 6.Soteriological Privilege / Mara Brecht -- 7.Teaching Tawhid: Unity through Diversity / Syed Adnan Hussain -- 8.Feeling Comparative Theology: Millennial Affect and Reparative Learning / Jason Smith -- 9.Constructing Boundaries by Crossing Them: Contemporary Comparative Theology as a Practice of Community Self-Definition / Reid B. Locklin -- pt. III Getting (Comparatively) Theological -- 10.Among the Nones: Questing for God in the Twenty-First-Century Classroom / Jeannine Hill Fletcher -- 11.What Muslims Can Teach Catholics about Christianity / Rita George-Tvrtkovic -- 12.Recognizing the Place of African Traditional Religions in the Comparative Theological Discourse: Mediating Classroom Encounters through Storytelling / Simonmary A. Aihiokhai -- 13.Dharma and Moksha, Works and Faith: Comparatively Engaging the Tension between Ethics and Spirituality / Madhuri M. Yadlapati -- 14.Knowing Their Rites: The Formation of "Textual Confidence" among Jewish and Muslim Women in Academic and Community-Based Settings / Shari Golberg -- 15.Teaching World Theologies through Film / Jon Paul Sydnor.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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