Abstract

Interfaith dialogue demands transcendence towards the sacred reality of the other’s face. The other is always sacred. In the other’s face we hear the word of God ordering us to journey into ways of peace, healing and compassion. These are the ways of loving our neighbour with all our heart, mind, strength and hope.

Keywords

Interfaith Dialogue, Christians, Jews, Transcendence, Emotions, Emmanuel Levinas, Shoah, face, bodiliness

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