The paper will explore the potential for those engaged in multi-faith dialogue to come to enriched understanding not only about other religious traditions but about their own tradition and, indeed, their own selves. Employing notions of knowing that stretch back to Aristotle and have been reinvigorated by modems such as Habermas, the paper will explore the potential for Judaeo-Christians to come to this enriched understanding through dialogue with Hinduism and its associated derivative spiritualities. The author will employ some of his own empirical investigations in making the case that multi-faith enrichment implies far more than enhancing one's head knowledge.
Journal of Religious Education Vol. 51, Issue 2, p. 3-9