Theology Without Walls


Dr. Jerry L. Martin, founder and chair of Theology Without Walls is participated in two panels at the 2016 Annual Meetings in San Antonio, Texas, November 19–22, hosted by the American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature. The AAR annual meeting is the world’s largest gathering of scholars interested in religion. This year’s TWW panel themes are “The Human Predicament” (presenter) and “The Spiritual Life and the Personal or Transpersonal Reality” (presiding).

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Is Transreligious Theology Possible?” edited by Jerry L. Martin


This is an outstanding collection of papers, exploring new approaches to theology that draws on insights and epiphanies about the divine reality wherever they can be found.



Introduction to the Topical Issue “Is Transreligious Theology Possible?”, Martin, Jerry L.

Theology Without Walls: The Future of Transreligious Theology, Wildman, Wesley J.

Transreligious Theology as the Quest for Interreligious Wisdom: Defining, Defending, and Teaching Transreligious Theology, Thatamanil, John J.
Theology Without Walls: Sic et Non, Feldmeier, Peter
Myself, Only Moreso: Conditions for the Possibility of Transreligious Theology, Hustwit, J. R.
Interspiritual Theology as a Radical Potential for New Vistas in Theological Thought, McEntee, Rory
The Breadth of the Riches: Transreligious Theology, Particularity, and Universality, Sydnor, Jon Paul
Multiple Religious Orientation, Diller, Jeanine
Is Transreligious Theology Unavoidable in Interreligious Theology and Dialogue?, Gustafson, Hans
Trinitarian Theology between Religious Walls in the Writings of Raimon Panikkar, Denny, Christopher
A ‘No’ at the Core of Life: Doing Transreligious Theology with William James, Weidenbaum, Jonathan
Without Boundaries? Deriving Pluralist Theologies for Projects Using a Theology Without Walls, Watson, Anthony J.
All articles are available (free access) at