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Dialogue & Alliance: Archive Vols. 1-22

Volumes 1-22 of the interfaith journal Dialogue & Alliance were published by theInter-Religious Federation for World Peace.

Vol. 22
The Time to Act Is Now, Spring Summer 2008

Vol. 21
Issue 1: Helps and Hindrances: Jews, Christians, & Muslims, Spring / Summer 2007
Issue 2: Fresh Doctrine for Interfaith Progress, Fall / Winter 2007

Vol. 20
Issue 1: Heart, Word, and Deed: Pillars of Dialogue, Spring/Summer 2006
Issue 2: Interpretations for Peace in the Religions of the Near East, Fall / Winter 2006

Vol. 19
Issue 1: A Spectrum of Dialogue, Spring / Summer 2005
Issue 2: The Influence of Interfaith Consciousness, Fall / Winter 2005/2006

Vol. 18
Issue 1: Religion and Politics, Spring / Summer 2004
Issue 2: Indigenous Voices in the World's Religions, Fall/ Winter 2004/2005

Vol. 17
Issue 1: Interfaith Theological Dialogue, Spring / Summer 2003
Issue 2: Religion and Social Responsibility, Fall / Winter 2003/2004

Vol. 16
Issue 1: Religion and Peace, Spring / Summer 2002
Issue 2: The Middle East and the Religions of Abraham, Fall / Winter 2002

Vol. 15
Issue 2: Muslim Responses to 9-11, Fall / Winter 2001

Vol.14 Issue 2/Vol 15 Issue 1: 
Muslim-Christian Dialogue in the Philippines, Winter 2000 / Spring 2001

Vol. 14
Issue 1: Jewish-Muslim Encounters, Spring / Summer 2000

Vol. 13
Issue 1: The Founders & Shapers of New Religious Movements, Spring / Summer 1999
Issue 2: The Future of Religion at the Dawn of the 21st Century, Fall / Winter 1999

Vol. 12
Issue 1: Women and Religion, Spring / Summer 1998
Issue 2: The Founders of the World's Religions, Fall / Winter 1998

Vol. 11
Issue 1: Religion in South Africa, Spring / Summer 1997
Issue 2: The Unity of Religions, Autumn / Winter 1997

Vol. 10
Issue 1: Religion and Society, Spring / Summer 1996
Issue 2: Religion and the Ideal of the Individual, Fall / Winter 1996

Vol. 9
Issue 1: Marriage, Family and Religion, Spring / Summer 1995
Issue 2: Religion and the Environment, Autumn / Winter 1995

Vol. 8
Issue 1: Peace and the Ultimate, Spring / Summer 1994
Issue 2: Evil and Religion, Autumn / Winter 1994

Vol. 7
Issue 1: Religion and Peacemaking, Spring / Summer 1993
Issue 2: Inter-Religious Dialogue, Autumn / Winter 1993

Vol. 6
Issue 1: Arguments for God's Existence, Spring 1992
Issue 2: The One and the Many, Summer 1992
Issue 3: Religious Rituals, Autumn 1992
Issue 4: Religious Pilgrimages, Winter 1992-93

Vol. 5
Issue 1: God and God-Equivalents, Spring 1991
Issue 2: The Future of God, Summer 1991
Issue 3: Hindu-Sikh Dialogue, Fall 1991
Issue 4: God and Culture, Winter 1991-92

Vol. 4
Issue 1: Ritual in the World's Religions, Spring 1990
Issue 2: Religion in China Past and Present, Summer 1990
Issue 3: The Trinitarian Basis of Christian Unity, Fall 1990
Issue 4: God and Evolution, Winter 1990-91

Vol. 3
Issue 1: Inter-Religious Dialogue, Spring 1989
Issue 2: Images of the Divine, Summer 1989
Issue 3: Judaism Today, Fall 1989
Issue 4: Spiritual Disciplines / Spiritual Paths, Winter 1989-90

Vol. 2
Issue 1: European Perspectives on Ecumenism, Spring 1988
Issue 2: Religion and Women's Roles, Summer 1988
Issue 3: Religious Conflict and Dialogue in Contemporary Africa, Fall 1988
Issue 4: Religious Conflict & Dialogue in Contemporary Africa, Winter 1988-89

Vol. 1
Issue 1: Faith and Reason, Spring 1987
Issue 2: Avatara and Incarnation, Summer 1987
Issue 3: Encounters Between Asian & Western Conceptions of the Ultimate, Fall 1987 (out of print)
Issue 4: Truth and Analogy in Religion and Science, Winter 1987-88

 

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