“Dialogue Decalogue” in Mormon/Evangelical Conversation

John Morehead, a researcher, writer, and speaker in intercultural studies and new religious movements in Salt Lake City, offers some reflections on the relevance of Leonard Swidler’s “Dialogue Decalogue” for dialogues with new religious movements, especially dialogues between evangelical Christians and Mormons and evangelicals and Pagans.

For the list of the “Dialogue Decalogue” and my commentary on its provisions, see the category “10 Commandments of Dialogue.

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2 Responses to “Dialogue Decalogue” in Mormon/Evangelical Conversation

  1. John W Morehead says:

    Thank you for mentioning my blog post and including the link on your own blog. I will be posting my further thoughts on this topic this week, and will be posting an interivew with John Saliba related to dialogue with new religions from an article he wrote on the topic several years ago. Thanks again for the interest in my discussion.

  2. I recently posted an interview with John Saliba based upon his article from the Journal of Ecumenical Studies on dialogue with new religions. This includes discussion of modification of Swidler’s Dialogue Decalogue that may be of interest to your readers.

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