The Catholic University of America

Publications by Wilhelmus (Pim) Valkenberg

Books

  • (ed.) World Religions: A Comparative Theological Appraoch
    (Winona, MN: Anselm Academic, 2013)
    pp. 7-14, 249-261
     
  • (ed. with Mohamed Ajouaou, Erik Borgman) Islam in Nederland: theologische bijdragen in tijden van secularisering
    (Amsterdam: Boom, 2011)
     
  • (ed. with Gürkan Çelik) Fethullah Gülen & de Vrijwilligersbeweging
    (Budel: Damon, 2010)
    p. 256
     
  • Sharing Lights on the Way to God: Muslim-Christian Dialogue and Theology in the Context of Abrahamic Partnership
    (Currents of Encounter, 26), Amsterdam - New York, NY: Editions Rodopi, 2006, xviii-387.

Books

  • (ed.) World Religions: A Comparative Theological Appraoch
    (Winona, MN: Anselm Academic, 2013)
    pp. 7-14, 249-261
     
  • (ed. with Mohamed Ajouaou, Erik Borgman) Islam in Nederland: theologische bijdragen in tijden van secularisering
    (Amsterdam: Boom, 2011)
     
  • (ed. with Gürkan Çelik) Fethullah Gülen & de Vrijwilligersbeweging
    (Budel: Damon, 2010)
    p. 256
     
  • Sharing Lights on the Way to God: Muslim-Christian Dialogue and Theology in the Context of Abrahamic Partnership
    (Currents of Encounter, 26), Amsterdam - New York, NY: Editions Rodopi, 2006, xviii-387.

Articles

  • “Foreword,” in: Matthew A. Tapie, Aquinas on Israel and the Church: the Question of Supersessionism in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas, Eugene OR: Pickwick Publications, 2014, ix-xii
     
  • “How Others Bear Witness To Our Faith: Aquinas and Lumen Gentium,”  Jaarboek 2013Thomas Instituut Utrecht, Henk Schoot, ed., Utrecht: Thomas Instituut, 2014, 55-75
     
  • Una Religio in Rituum Varietate: Religious Pluralism, the Qur’an, and Nicholas of Cusa,” in: Nicholas of Cusa and Islam: Polemic and Dialogue in the Late Middle Ages (Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions, 183) eds. Ian Christopher Levy, Rita George-Tvrtkovi? & Donald F. Duclow, Leiden – Boston: Brill, 2014, 30-48.
     
  • “One Faith, Different Rites: Nicholas of Cusa’s Awareness of Religious Pluralism,” in: Understanding Religious Pluralism: Perspectives from Religious Studies and Theology, edited by Peter C. Phan and Jonathan S. Ray, Eugene OR: Pickwick Publications, 2014, 192-208.
     
  • “Navigating Neuralgic Issues: The Art of David B. Burrell, C.S.C.,” Modern Theology 30/1 (January 2014): 146-152.
     
  • "Learning with and From Religious Others", Teaching Theology and Religion 16-4 (October 2013): 391.
     
  • “Fethullah Gülen and Peace as Horizon of Tolerance and Dialogue,” Preventing Violence and Achieving World Peace: The Contributions of the Gülen Movement, edited by Ori Z Soltes and Margaret A. Johnson (Washington College Studies in Religion, Politics, and Culture, vol. 4), New York: Peter Lang, 2013: 41-53.
     
  • “The Hizmet Movement in the Dialogue between Muslim and Christian Religious Traditions,” The Gülen Hizmet Movement and its Transnational Activities: Case Studies of Altruistic Activism in Contemporary Islam, eds. Sophia Pandya, Nancy Gallagher (2012): 35-54.
     
  • “‘Die Schrift mit der Kirche lesen’: Joseph Ratzinger, die Tradition der Geheimnisse des Lebens Jesu und ‘theologische Exegese’ in Amerika,” Der Jesus des Papstes: Passion, Tod und Auferstehung im Disput, Hermann Häring (Hg.) (2011): 37-54.
     
  • “Learned Ignorance and Faithful Interpretation of the Qur`an in Nicholas of Cusa (1401-1464),” Learned Ignorance: Intellectual Humility Among Jews, Christians, and Muslims (Oxford University Press, 2011).
     
  • “Sifting the Qur’ an: Two Forms of Interreligious Hermeneutics in Nicholas of Cusa” Interreligious Hermeneutics in Pluralistic Europe, ed. by David Cheetham Ulrich Winkler, Oddbjorn Leirvik and Judith Gruber (Amsterdam – New York: Editions Rodopi, 2011).
     
  • “Abraham: Conflicting Interpretations and Symbol of Peaceful Cooperation”, Encounters of the Children of Abraham from Ancient to Modern Times, eds. Antti Laato, Pekka Lindqvist (2010): 313-326.
     
  • “Das Konzept der Offenbarung im Islam aus der Perspektive Komparativer Theologie”, Reinhold Bernhardt, Klaus von Stosch (Hg.), Komparative Theologie: Interreligiöse Vergleiche als Weg der Religionstheologie (Beiträge zu einer Theologie der Religionen, 7) (2009): 123-145.
     
  • “De Dialoog tussen moslims en christenen – een theologisch perspectief”, Marianne Moyaert en Paul Kevers (red.), Wanneer alteriteit realiteit wordt: Christendom en islam, Bijbel en Koran, Leuven – Voorburg: Acco, (2008): 213-230.
     
  • (with Harm Goris) “‘In Hem is Gods volheid lijfelijk aanwezig’: Jezus en de religies”, Tijdschrift voor Theologie 48 (2008): 403-421.
     
  • “Towards ‘Abrahamic Learning Communities’: How to Learn from Violence and Prejudices in Interreligious Polemics on Abraham and his Family”, Your Heritage and Mine: Teaching in a Multi-Religious Classroom, eds. Lena Roos & Jenny Berglund (Studies on Inter-Religious Relations, 43) Uppsala: Swedish Science Press (2008): 154-162.