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Vol 26, No 2 (2013)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editor’s Introduction PDF
Douglas Ezzy 121-122

Articles

Edward Said, Religion, and the Study of Islam: An Anglican view PDF
Yazid Said 123-138
Australian Anglicans and Religious Plurality: Exclusive Theologies vs. Theological Affirmations of Diversity - A Tale of Two Cities PDF
Gary Bouma 139-156
Re-Cast(e)ing Conversion, Re-visiting Dialogue: Indian Attempts at an Interfaith Theology of Wholeness PDF
Peniel Jesudason Rufus Rajkumar 157-171
Education about Religions and Beliefs in Victoria PDF
Anna Halafoff 172-197
Minimising Religious Conflict and the Racial Religious Tolerance Act in Victoria, Australia PDF
Douglas Ezzy 198-215

Book Reviews

Glenys Eddy, Becoming Buddhist: Experiences of Socialization and Self-Transformation in Two Australian Buddhist Centres. Continuum Advances in Religious Studies, London, New York, 2012, pp. 288, ISBN 978-1-44111-846-2. PDF
Diana Cousens 216-217
Robert K. Johnston, Craig Detweiler and Barry Taylor (eds.), Don’t Stop Believin’: Pop Culture and Religion from Ben-Hur to Zombies. Westminster John Knox Press, Louisville, KY, 2012, pp. xxii + 217, ISBN 978-0-664-23505-5 (Pbk). PDF
Anton Karl Kozlovic 218-219
Lori G. Beaman, Reasonable Accommodation: Managing Religious Diversity. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 2012, pp. vi + 239, ISBN 978-0-774-82265-7. PDF
Paul Hedges 220-221
Sharada Sugirtharajah (ed.), Religious Pluralism and the Modern World: An Ongoing Engagement with John Hick. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2012, pp. xiv + 269, ISBN 978-0-230-29669-5. PDF
Paul Hedges 222-223



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