The Gifts of God for the People of the World: A Look at Pneumatology in the Work of Jacques Dupuis and Samuel Solivan on Interreligious Dialogue
Author(s)Santiago-Vendrell, Angel D.
KeywordsHispanic Pentecostal Theology -- theology of religious pluralism -- interreligious dialogue -- solidarity -- inclusiveness
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AbstractThis article addresses interreligious dialogue from a pneumatological Hispanic Pentecostal perspective in dialogue with Jesuit theologian Jacques Dupuis. The article is an expression of contextual theology taking into consideration the multilayered character of the Hispanic Pentecostal communities based on ethnicity, race, gender, socio-political, and religious location. Both Samuel Solivan and Jaques Dupuis conceived pneumatology as intrinsically necessary for constructing communities of solidarity and empowerment with adherents of other faith traditions. The article concludes with a visionary calling to the Hispanic Pentecostal community to contribute to the larger conversation of religious pluralism and interreligious dialogue based on the diversity and inclusivity of their shared history.
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