Category Archives: Paul Fiddes

Louvain Studies special issue on ‘relation, vulnerability, love’

by Lieve Orye Several treads of thought woven at the conference in 2016 have been rewoven into paper and digital format. A Louvain Studies issue has been published recently with contributions of several keynote speakers and respondents. Under the menu … Continue reading

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Human rights, religious freedom and a hermeneutics of love

Excerpts taken from ‘The Root of Religious Freedom: Interpreting Some Muslim and Christian Sacred Texts’, written by Paul Fiddes. (Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, 2012, vol. 1, no 1, 169-184) A passage from A Common Word In the Holy … Continue reading

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