International Conference on Peaceful Coexistence in Netherlands

???????????????????????????????????Organizersconference entitled “International Conference on Peaceful Coexistence: Fethullah Gülen’s Initiatives for Peace in the Contemporary World” was held at Erasmus University of Rotterdam 

Place: Erasmus University of Rotterdam 

Date: On 22-23 November 2007.







Richard K. KhuriIntersections of Ways Towards Tolerance and Coexistence: From Daoism and Sufism to Kant and Gülen

Sevket Yavuz, Davut AydüzTurning From Doom-Laden Soothsayings to Mutual Communication and Wisdom (Ta’Aruf)

Efrat E. Aviv“The Light of Tolerance”— Between Rabbi Abraham Kook and Hoja Efendi Fethullah Gülen

Ian FryA Wider Role for the Gülen Movement Consistent With the Place of the Qur’an And Islam in the Evolution of Religious Understanding: A Fundamental Theological Reassessment

Klas GrinellBeyond East and West: Fethullah Gülen and ‘Border’ Thinking

Karina V. KorostelinaDialogue as a Source for Peaceful Co-existence Between Muslim and Orthodox Christians in a Secular State

Leonid R. SykiainenThe Relevance of Fethullah Gülen’s Thoughts for Democratic Reforms in the Muslim World

Ihsan YilmazSocial Innovation for Peaceful Coexistence: Intercultural Activism From Rumi to Gülen

Howard WettsteinRational Religion: Gülen’s Middle Way

Nazila Isgandarov:Identity as a Major Factor in Integration to the Western Society

Jerome D. MaryonBalancing the Candle on the Right Path

Thomas Michel:Fethullah Gülen: Following in the Footsteps of Rumi

Terry MathisSacred Scriptures and Interfaith Dialogue

Richard PenaskovicM. F. Gülen: A Bridge Between Islam and the West

Araxs PashayanIntegration of Muslims in Europe and Gülen Movement

Heydar ShadiInterfaith Dialogue and Religious Tolerance in Contemporary Islamic Thought: A Comparative Study of Fethullah Gülen and Abdul Karim Soroush

Fatih TedikMotivating Minority Integration in Western Context: The Gülen Movement in the United Kingdom

Erkan TogusluReflections on European Multiculturalism, Islam and Peaceful Coexistence: Tariq Ramadan and Fethullah Gülen

Niyazi ÖktemNecessity and Importance of Interculturalinterreligious Dialogue and Initiatives of Fethullah Gülen

Steve WrightNow More Than Ever: Making Non-violent Change in a Globalised World

Paul WellerDialogical and Transformative Resources: Perspectives From Fethullah Gülen on Religion and Public Life

Ian G. WilliamsThe Vision of Education within Pluralistic Societies in the Thought of Gülen: The Contribution of Non-Denominational Education Towards Inter-Religious and Communal Understanding, Peace and Identity. A Study of Contrasts in the UK, Turkey and the USA

Jonathan LaceyInvestigating the Contribution of Fethullah Gülen Through the Activities of a Gülen-Inspired Religio-Cultural Society Based in Ireland

Tineke PeppinckFrom ‘New Man’ to ‘World Citizen’: The Replication of Fethullah Gülen’s Renewal Vision in the Dutch Context

Tom GageHarmonic Learning: The Congruent Education Models of Fethullah Gülen and James Moffett

Özcan KelesPromoting Human Rights Values in the Muslim World: Towards an Inclusive Civilization in Gülen’s Thought and Practice

Mark ScheeA Communitarian Imperative: Fethullah Gülen’s Modern Turkey as a Model

Gabriel PirickiSearching for a New Unity of Thought Among People of Different Religious Affiliations: Voices from Central Europe

by Gürkan Çelik, Kate Kirk, Yusuf Alan:Gülen’s Paradigm on Peaceful Coexistence: Theoretical Insights and Some Practical Perspectives

Victoria Levinskaya:Resemblance of Fethullah Gülen’s Ideas and Current Political Developments in Uzbekistan

Emre DemirNew Religious Sociabilities in Euro-Islam: The Organizational Logics and Recognition Politics of Gülen Movement in France and Germany

Farhod AlimuhamedovPeaceful Muslim–Non-Muslim Co-existence in a Secular Context

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