In the light of an increased population of Muslim communities in the United States and the long history of animosity between Islam and West Christianity, the essay notes the necessity for Christian-Muslim dialogue for world peace. Using Saint John’s School of Theology and Seminary, Collegeville as the case study, the author explains the need for incorporating courses in Islam in Saint John’s School of Theology and Seminary’s curriculum. Interfaith theology would prepare the students to engage in interreligious dialogue and be agents for world peace.
Kristanti, Janice. 2020. The Second Vatican Council and the Culture of Dialogue: The Role of Christian-Muslim Dialogue in Saint John’s School of Theology and Seminary. Obsculta 13, (1) : 142-154. https://digitalcommons.csbsju.edu/obsculta/vol13/iss1/14.