Believing in the Presence of the Other
Believing in the Presence of the Other. Mission, Dialogue and Witness in a Global World. is the third volume of the “Berlin edition for ecumenism, mission and dialogue”.
About the Book:
In the 21st century we are being forced to observe how violently
people can react to crises of religious and cultural identity.
But the question should not be whether people with different
cultural and religious backgrounds want to live together; we
should rather ask how coexistence can succeed in such a way
that the world may evolve in the direction of a just peace – and
also preserve the integrity of creation for future generations.
This volume of the “Berlin Edition for Ecumenism, Mission and
Dialogue” offers an English-language collection of important
essays on the subjects “Mission and Dialogue”, “Claim to Truth
and Tolerance” and the relationship between religion and state
in a pluralistic society.
Roland Herpich/ Andreas Goetze (Hg.)
Believing in the Presence of the Other.
Mission, Dialogue and Witness in a Global World
Berlin edition for ecumenism, mission and dialogue, volume 3
224 sides, paperback
ISBN 978-3-88981-421-0, Wichern-Verlag GmbH, Berlin 2016
Also available as e-book:
About the Authors:
Prof. Dr. Micha Brumlik, Emeritus Professor at the Institute of Educational
Sciences at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt/
Main, since October 2013 Senior Advisor at the Center of Jewish
Dr. Dr. h.c. Markus Dröge, Bishop of the Evangelical Church Berlin-
Brandenburg-Silesian Upper Lusatia (EKBO)
Dr. Andreas Goetze, Department Head for Interreligious Dialogue of
the Evangelical Church Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian Upper Lusatia
(EKBO) and lecturer at the Humboldt University in Berlin.
Roland Herpich, Director of the Berlin Mission and Representative for Ecumenism and World Mission of the Evangelical Church Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian Upper Lusatia (EKBO)
Dr. Chris Hewer comes from a background in Christian theology,
education, Islamic studies and inter-faith studies and has worked in
the field of Muslims in Britain and Christian-Muslim relations since
1986 (Selly Oak in Birmingham inter alia). His current work is
to teach at study days and residential courses, to develop written
and electronic resources and to be available for consultation:
Joachim Liebig, Church President of the Evangelical Church of Anhalt,
Vice Chair of the Mission Council of the Berlin Mission / Ecumenical
Centre, from December 2012 member of the Supervisory Board
of the Protestant Association for Media Communication (GEP).
Dr. Patrick Roger Schnabel, from 2007 to 2011 Deputy Director and
Legal Officer in the Brussels Office of the Representative of the
Council of the EKD, now Head of the Church Development Service
of the EKBO in the Berlin Mission.