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Benedict XVI and Islam: Indonesian Public Reactions to the Regensburg Address

This paper examines the responses of the Indonesian public sphere in the reform era to Pope Benedict XVI's call for interfaith dialogue in his speech made in Regensburg on 12 September 2006. It explores five op-ed (opinion and editorial) columns published by Indonesian newspapers ( Republika, Harian... Full description

Journal Title: Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations 01 October 2009, Vol.20(4), p.409-421
Main Author: Makin, Al
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  • Sociology
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