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Banerjee, Brojendra Nath, Jesus My Hope. Delhi, ISPCK, 2000, 123pp., Rs.95.00.

Braaten, Carl E. and Jenson, Robert W. eds, Church Unity and the Papal Office. An Ecumenical Dialogue on John Paul II's Encyclical Ut Unum Sint. Grand Rapids, MI, Eerdmans, 2001, 174pp., US$20.00.

Cooney, Duddley Levistone, The Methodists in Ireland: A Short Story. Dublin, Columba, 2001, 296pp., IR 12.99 [pounds sterling]; stg10.99 [pounds sterling].

Eco, Umberto and Cardinal Martini, Belief or Non-Belief? A Confrontation. London, Continuum, 2000, 98pp.

Evans, Christopher H. ed., The Social Gospel Today. Louisville, Westminster John Knox, 2001, 226pp.

Forester, Duncan B., On Human Worth. Norwich, UK, SCM-Canterbury, 2001, 317pp., 17.95 [pounds sterling].

Fox, Patricia A., God as Communion. John Zizioulas, Elizabeth Johnson, and the Retrieval of the Symbol of the Triune God. Collegeville, MN, Liturgical Press, 2001, 265pp., US$24.95.

Gross, Rita M. and Ruether, Rosemary Radford, Religious Feminism and the Future of the Planet: A Buddhist-Christian Conversation. London, Continuum, 2001, 230pp., 17.99 [pounds sterling].

Hampson, Daphne, Christian Contradictions: The Structures of Lutheran and Catholic Thought. Cambridge, Cambridge UP, 2001, 332pp., US$59.95.

Hedlund, Roger E., Christianity Is Indian: The Emergence of an Indigenous Community. Mylapore, MIIS, and Delhi, ISPCK, 2000, 458pp., Rs. 150.00.

Henry, Patrick ed., Benedict's Dharma: Buddhists Reflect on the Rule of Saint Benedict. New York, Riverhead, 2001, 222pp., $23.95.

Jacobsen, Dennis A., Doing Justice: Congregations and Community Organizing. Minneapolis, MN, Augsburg Fortress, 2001, 140pp., US$14.00.

Johnsson, Lennart, Baptist Reconsideration of Baptism and Ecclesiology: A Presentation of the Baptist Union of Sweden and a Study of its Official Response to BEM in Relation to the Public Discussions Primarily amongst its Pastors and Theologians. Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang, 2000, 469pp. …

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