Hispanic and Asian North American (HANA) Consultation on Theology and Congregational Ministries

This issue of Common Ground Journal consists of papers that were produced at the 2013 HANA Consultation, a gathering of North American leaders—30 from Asian immigrant communities, and 30 from Latino/a immigrant communities.

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Aaron Simmons, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Furman University, makes a convincing plea that Christian philosophers should not allow themselves to define philosophy of religion for everyone else. Broadening the scope of the next edition of journal to include contributors from the world’s three major monotheisms: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, the contributors are tasked to discuss how each of them sees the interplay of philosophy and religion given that each one works in the philosophical discipline while, at the same time, adheres to a particular faith tradition.

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