Author(s)Largen, Kristin Johnston
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AbstractThis article reviews the history of Dialog: A Journal of Theology and emphasizes the focus on diversity that is shaping the journal as it moves into the twenty-first century. In particular, diversity is being emphasized in four areas: gender and ethnic diversity, theological diversity (including ecumenical theological voices), religious diversity, and disciplinary diversity (for example, engagement with the sciences, literature, and the arts). This especially continues the vision of previous editor Ted Peters, who sought to move the journal into rich theological conversations with a broad range of dialogue partners.