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102. D. Pollefeyt, Auschwitz and Hiroshima as Challenges to a Belief in the Afterlife: A Catholic Perspective, in Facing Death: Confronting Mortality in the Holocaust and Ourselves, 2016, p. 141-155, 42, 71-72.

101. D. Pollefeyt, Torture in Light of the Holocaust: An Impossible Possibility, in Losing Trust in the World. Holocaust Scholars Confront Torture, 2016, p. 99-107, 108-113.

95. D. Pollefeyt, Auschwitz and Hiroshima as Challenges to a Belief in the Afterlife: A Catholic Perspective, in Facing Death: Confronting Mortality in the Holocaust and Ourselves, in print.

92. D. Pollefeyt, Horror Vacui. God and Evil in/after Auschwitz, in M. M. Lintner (ed.), God in Question. Religious and Secular Languages, Vienna, Verlag A. Weger, 2014, 293-303. (Online)

83. D. Pollefeyt, Torture in the Light of the Holocaust. An Impossible Possibility, in J. Roth, Losing Trust in the World. Holocaust Scholars Reflect on Torture, Seattle – Londen,University ofWashington Press, 2012. (Online)

75B. D. Pollefeyt, The Bible in the Ecological Debate: Guide of Obstacle, in D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Holocaust and Nature. On the Relation between Holocaust Studies and Ecological Issues, Seattle – Londen,University of Washington Press, 2011, forthcoming.

75A. D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Holocaust and Nature. On the Relation between Holocaust Studies and Ecological Issues, Seattle – Londen,University of Washington Press, 2011, forthcoming.

72B. D. Pollefeyt & R. Bieringer, The Role of Biblical and Religious Education Reconsidered. Risks and Challenges in Teaching the Bible, in R. Bieringer & M. Elsbernd (ed.), Normativity of the Future. Reading Biblical and Other Authoritative Texts in an Eschatological Perspective, Leuven-Paris-Walpole (MA), Peeters, 2010, p. 377-402. [Cf. IT56] (Online)

*59B. D. Pollefeyt, Response by Didier Pollefeyt, in J.K. Roth & L. Grob (ed.), Anguished Hope: Holocaust Scholars Confront the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict, Grand Rapids, MI, Eerdmans, 2008, p. 148-153. (Online)

*59A. D. Pollefeyt, Between a Dangerous Memory and a Memory in Danger. The Israeli-Palestinian Struggle from a Christian Post-Holocaust Perspective, in J.K. Roth & L. Grob (ed.), Anguished Hope: Holocaust Scholars Confront the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict, Grand Rapids (MI), Eerdmans, 2008, p. 135-146. (Online)

51. D. Pollefeyt, Developing Criteria for Religious and Ethical Teaching of the Holocaust, in M. Goldenberg & R.L. Millen (ed.), Testimony, Tensions, and Tikkun. Teaching the Holocaust in Colleges and Universities (The Pastora Goldner Series in Post-Holocaust Studies), Washington & London, University of Washington Press, 2007, p. 172-187. (Online)

48. D. Pollefeyt, The Judgement of the Nazis, in M. Berenbaum (ed.), Murder Most Mericiful. Essays on the Ethical Conundrum Occasioned by Sigi Ziering’s ‘The Judgement of Herbert Bierhoff’ (Studies in the Shoah, XXVIII), Lanham Boulder, University Press of America, 2005, p. 153-163. (Online)

44D. D. Pollefeyt, In Response to Britta Frede-Wenger and Peter Haas, in J.  Roth (ed.), Fire in the Ashes: God, Evil and the Holocaust, Washington, Washington University Press, 2005, chapter 9, p. 238-242. (Online)

44C. D. Pollefeyt, In Response to Leonard Grob, in J.  Roth (ed.), Fire in the Ashes: God, Evil and the Holocaust, Washington, Washington University Press, 2005, chapter 8, p. 204-208.

44B. D. Pollefeyt, In Response to Juergen Manemann, in J.  Roth (ed.), Fire in the Ashes: God, Evil and the Holocaust, Washington, Washington University Press, 2005, chapter 7, p. 178-183. (Online)

44A. D. Pollefeyt, Horror Vacui. God and Evil in/after Auschwitz, in J. Roth (ed.), Fire in the Ashes: God, Evil and the Holocaust, Washington, Washington University Press, 2005, chapter 9, p. 219-230. (Online)

41. D. Pollefeyt, Religious and Ethical Teachings after the Holocaust, in E. Fried (ed.), Beyond the Never Agains (Stockholm International Forum Series), Stockholm, Swedish Government, 2005, cd-rom. p. 265-268. (Online)

*39C. D. Pollefeyt, Ethics, Forgiveness and the Unforgivable after Auschwitz, in D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Incredible Forgiveness. Christian Ethics between Fanaticism and Reconciliation, Leuven, Peeters, 2004, p. 121-159. (Online)

39B. D. Pollefeyt, Introduction: Incredible Forgiveness, in D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Incredible Forgiveness. Christian Ethics between Fanaticism and Reconciliation, Leuven, Peeters, 2004, p. 1-6. (Online)

39A. D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Incredible Forgiveness. Christian Ethics between Fanaticism and Reconciliation, Leuven, Peeters, 2004, 219 p., isbn 90-429-1317-7. (Online)

34D.  D. Pollefeyt, In Response to Britta Frede-Wenger, in D. Patterson & J. Roth (ed.), After-Words. Post-Holocaust Struggles with Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Justice, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 2004, p. 132-137. (Online)

34C.  D. Pollefeyt, In Response to John K. Roth, in D. Patterson & J. Roth (ed.), After-Words. Post-Holocaust Struggles with Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Justice, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 2004, p. 103-108. (Online)

34B. D. Pollefeyt, In Response to Peter J. Haas and Juergen Manemann, in D. Patterson & J. Roth (ed.), After-Words. Post-Holocaust Struggles with Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Justice, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 2004, p. 75-80. (Online)

34A. D. Pollefeyt, Forgiveness after the Holocaust, in D. Patterson & J. Roth (ed.) After-Words. Post-Holocaust Struggles with Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Justice, Seattle, University of Washington Press, 2004, p. 55-72. (Online)

33C. D. Pollefeyt, In Response to Peter J. Haas and Juergen Manemann , in R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens (ed.), Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Dieties (Cahiers for Theology of Peace, 19), Leuven, Peeters, 2003, p. 75-80. (Online)

*31.  D. Pollefeyt, Beyond Absolutism and Relativism: A Post Shoah Perspective on Ethics, in D.J. Curran & R. Libowitz & M.S. Littell (ed.), The Century of Genocide. Selected Papers from the 30th Anniversary Conference of the Annual ScholarsConference on the Holocaust and the Churches. With a Keynote Adress of Elie Wiesel, Merion, Westfield Press International, 2002, p. 5-11. (Online)

*29A. D. Pollefeyt, The Morality of Auschwitz? A Critical Confrontation with Peter J. Haas’s Ethical Interpretation of the Holocaust, in J. Bemporad & J.T. Pawlikowski & J. Sievers (ed.), Good and Evil after Auschwitz. Ethical Implications for Today, New York, ktav Publishing House, 2001, p. 119-137. (Online)

*28B. R. Bieringer & D. Pollefeyt & F. Vandecasteele-Vanneuville, Wrestling with Johannine Anti-Judaism: A Hermeneutical Framework for the Analysis of the Current Debate, in R. Bieringer & D. Pollefeyt & F. Vandecasteele-Vanneuville (ed.), Anti-Judaism and the Fourth Gospel, Louisville, Westminster John Knox, 2001, p. 3-37. (Online)

28A. R. Bieringer & D. Pollefeyt & F. Vandecasteele-Vanneuville (ed.), Anti-Judaism and the Fourth Gospel, Louisville, Westminster John Knox, 2001. [=R. Bieringer & D. Pollefeyt & F. Vandecasteele-Vanneuville (ed.), Anti-Judaism and the Fourth Gospel. Papers of the Leuven Colloquium, 2000 (Jewish and Christian Heritage Series, 1), Assen, Royal Van Gorcum, 2001, 612 blz.]. (Online)

27. D. Pollefeyt, Christology after the Holocaust. A Catholic Perspective, in M. Meyer & C. Hughes (ed.), Jesus Then and Now. Images of Jesus in History and Christology, Harrisburg, PA, Trinity Press International, 2001, p. 229-248. (Online)

25. D. Pollefeyt, How Modern is the Holocaust? A Critical Confron­tation with the Interpretation of the Holocaust of Zygmunt Bauman, in M.F. Nefsky (ed.), The Pall of the Past: The Holo­caust, Genoci­de and the 21st Century (Selected Papers from the 28th Interna­tional Annual Scholars’ Conference on the Holo­caust and the Churches, February 28-March, 3, 1998, University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A.), Merion, Westfield Press International, 2000, p. 101-112. (Online)

23. D. Pollefeyt, The Significance of Nazi Eugenics for Medical Ethics Today, in M. Singer (ed.), Humanity at the Limit. The Impact of the Holocaust Experience on Jews and Christians (University of Notre Dame, University’s Center for Continuing Education, 26-28 April, 1998), Indiana, Indiana University Press, 2000, p. 250-256. (Online)

22. D. Pollefeyt, “Insiderism: Cornerstone or Stumble Block for the Rela­ti­on between Survi­vors and Scholars of the Holocaust?, in S. Leder & M. Teichman, The Burdens of History: Post Holocaust Generations in Dialogue (Selected Papers from the 29th Annual International Scholars’ Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches, March 6-9, 1999, Nasau Community, Garden City, New York, U.S.A.), Merion, Westfield Press International, 2000, p. 117-128. (Online)

13B.  D. Pollefeyt, How Moral is God after Auschwitz? Post-holocaust Perspectives on God and Evil, in M. Hayse, D. Pollefeyt, J. Colijn & M. Sachs–Littell (ed.), Hearing the Voices. Teaching the Holocaust to Future Generations (Selected papers of the 27th international annual scholars’ conference on the holocaust and the churches, March 2-4, 1997, Tampa, U.S.A.), Merion, Westfield International Press, 2000.

13A.  M. Hayse, D. Pollefeyt, J. Colijn & M. Sachs–Littell (ed.), Hearing the Voices. Teaching the Holocaust to Future Generations (Selected papers of the 27th international annual scholars’ conference on the holocaust and the churches, March 2-4, 1997, Tampa, U.S.A.), Merion, Westfield International Press, 2000. (Online)

*15G.  D. Pollefeyt, Pollefeyt’s Response to Critiques, in J.K. Roth (ed.), Ibid., p. 273-279. (Online)

*15F.  D. Pollefeyt, Critique by Didier Pollefeyt to David Patterson, in J.K. Roth (ed.), Ibid., p. 186-196. (Online)

*15E.  D. Pollefeyt, Critique by Didier Pollefeyt to Peter Haas, in J.K. Roth (ed.), Ibid., p. 74-80. (Online)

*15D.  D. Pollefeyt, Critique by Didier Pollefeyt to John Roth, in J.K. Roth (ed.), Ibid., p. 316-323. (Online)

*15C.  D. Pollefeyt, Critique by Didier Pollefeyt to David Hirsch, in J.K. Roth (ed.), Ibid., p. 120-131. (Online)

*15B.  D. Pollefeyt, Critique by Didier Pollefeyt to Leonard Grob, in J.K. Roth (ed.), Ibid., p. 30-38. (Online)

*15A. D. Pollefeyt, The Kafkaesque World of the Holocaust. Para­digma­tic Shifts in the Interpre­tation of the Holo­caust, in J.K. Roth (ed.), Ethics after the Holocaust. Perspectives, Critiques and Responses (Paragon Books on the Holocaust), St. Paul, Paragon House, 1999, p. 210-242.  (Online)

*14D. Pollefeyt, Victims of Evil or Evil of Victims?, in H.J. Cargas (ed.), Problems Unique to the Holocaust, Lexington, The University Press of Kentucky, 1999, p. 67-82. (Online)

*11. D. Pollefeyt & G.J. Colijn, Leaving Evil in Germany: The Questionable Success of Goldhagen in the Low Countries, in F.H. Littell (ed.), Hyping the Holocaust. Scholars Answer Goldhagen (Philadelphia Series on the Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights), New York, Cummings & Hathaway, 1997, p. 3-18. (Online)

*9. D. Pollefeyt, Auschwitz or How Good People can do Evil: An Ethical Interpretation of the Perpetrators and the Victims of the Holocaust in Light of the French Thinker Tzvetan Todo­rov, in G.J. Colijn & M.L. Littell (ed.), Confronting the Holocaust: a Mandate for the 21st Century? (Studies in the Shoah XIX), New York, University Press of America, 1997, p. 91-118. (Online)

7.  D. Pollefeyt, Jewish and Christian Theology Confronting the Holocaust. Theological Perspectives on the Evil of Auschwitz (Workshop: The Holocaust and Its Impact on Philosophy and Theology 119,IV), in F. Brinkhuis & S. Talmor (ed.), Memory, History and Critique. European Identity at the Millenium. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the Society for the Study of European Ideas at the University for Humanist Studies, U.S.A., MIT-Press; Utrecht, University of Humanist Studies, 1997, p. IV/119. (Online)

5.  D. Pollefeyt, The Trauma of the Holocaust as a Central Challen­ge of LevinasEthical and Theological Thought, in M.L. Littell & E. Geldbach & G.J. Colijn (ed.), The Holocaust: Remembering for the Future II on CD-ROM. Erinnerung an die Zukunft. Vom Vorurteil zur Vernicht­ung? Analysen und Strategien gegen Totalitarismus, Antisemi­tismus, Fremdenangst und Ausländerfeindlichkeit (Papers presented at the Internatio­nal Annual Scho­lars’ Conference held in Berlin, 13-17 May, 1994) Stamford, CT, Vista InterMedia Corporation, 1996.

Jewish-Christian Dialogue

93. D. Pollefeyt, Theology as Ethics: Emmanuel Levinas as Jewish Post-Holocaust Thinker, in The Value of the Particular: Lessons from Judaism and the Modern Jewish Experience, Leiden, Brill, 2015, 322-339. (Online)

84. R. Bieringer & D. Pollefeyt, Paul and Judaism. Crosscurrents in Pauline Exegesis and the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations (Library of New Testament Studies 463) London, T & T Clark, 2012, 256 p. (Online)

80. P. A. Cunningham & D. Pollefeyt¸ The Triune One, the Incarnate Logos and Israel’s Covenantal Life in P. Cunningham, J. Sievers, M.C. Boys, H.H. Henrix, J. Svartvik (ed.), Christ Jesus and the Jewish People Today. New Explorations of Theological Interrelations,Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 2011, 183-201. (Online)

78. R. Bieringer, E. Nathan, D. Pollefeyt & P.J. Tomson (ed.), 2 Corinthians in the Perspective of Late Second Temple Judaism (CRINT, 13), Leiden, Brill, 2011. (Online)

76. D. Pollefeyt & D. Bolton, “Paul, deicide and the wrath of God: a hermeneutical approach to 1 Thes 2:14-16”, in J. Sievers (ed.), International Symposium:Paul in His Jewish Matrix”, Rome, Pontifical Gregorian University and Pontifical Biblical Institute, 2011, forthcoming.

74. D. Pollefeyt, A Christian Re-Reading of the Gospel of John in the Light of Contemporary Jewish New Testament Scholarship and Jewish-Christian Dialogue, in D. Madigan (ed.), Nostra Aetate Today: Reflections on 40 Years after Its Call for a New Era of Interreligious Relationships, New York, Fordham University Press, 2011, forthcoming.

73. D. Pollefeyt, Interreligious Dialogue Beyond Absolutism, Relativism and Particularism. A Catholic Approach to Religious Diversity, in J. Roth & L. Grob (ed.), Encountering the Stranger. A Jewish, Christian, Muslim Trialogue,Washington,University of Washington Press, 2011, forthcoming. (Online)

72A. D. Pollefeyt & R. Bieringer, Open to Both Ways…? Anti-Judaism and the Johannine Christology, in R. Bieringer & M. Elsbernd (ed.), Normativity of the Future. Reading Biblical and Other Authoritative Texts in an Eschatological Perspective, Leuven-Paris-Walpole (MA), Peeters, 2010, p. 121-134. [Cf. IT44] (Online)

69C. D. Pollefeyt & M. Moyaert, Israel and the Church: Fulfillment beyond Supersessionism?, in D. Pollefeyt & M. Moyaert (ed.), Never Revoked. Nostra Aetate as Ongoing Challenge for Jewish-Christian Dialogue (Louvain Theological & Pastoral Monographs, 40), Leuven-Parijs-Walpole (MA), Peeters;Grand Rapids (MI)-Cambridge, Eerdmans, 2010, p. 159-183. (Online)

69B. D. Pollefeyt & M. Moyaert, Introduction. The Covenant never Revoked: Remembering the Conciliar Courage to Dialogue, in D. Pollefeyt & M. Moyaert (ed.), Never Revoked. Nostra Aetate as Ongoing Challenge for Jewish-Christian Dialogue (Louvain Theological & Pastoral Monographs, 40), Leuven-Parijs-Walpole (MA), Peeters;Grand Rapids (MI)-Cambridge, Eerdmans, 2010, p. 1-12. (Online)

69A. D. Pollefeyt & M. Moyaert (ed.), Never Revoked. Nostra Aetate as Ongoing Challenge for Jewish-Christian Dialogue (Louvain Theological & Pastoral Monographs, 40), Leuven-Parijs-Walpole (MA), Peeters;Grand Rapids (MI)-Cambridge, Eerdmans, 2010, isbn 978-90-429-2236-5. (Online)

67B. R. Bieringer, F. García Martínez, D. Pollefeyt & P.J. Tomson, Introduction, in R. Bieringer, F. García Martínez, D. Pollefeyt & P.J. Tomson (ed.), The New Testament and Rabbinic Literature (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism, 136), Leiden – Boston, Brill, 2010, p. vii-xxiv. (Online)

67A. R. Bieringer, F. García Martínez, D. Pollefeyt & P.J. Tomson (ed.), The New Testament and Rabbinic Literature (Supplements to the Journal for the Study of Judaism, 136), Leiden – Boston, Brill, 2010, 544 p., isbn 978-9004-17588-4. (Online)

53. D. Pollefeyt, The Church and the Jews: Unsolvable Paradox or Unfinished Story?, in N. Lamdan & A. Melloni (ed.), Nostra Aetate: Origins, Promulgation, Impact on Jewish-Christian Relations (Christianity and History. Series of the John XXIII Foundation for Religious Studies in Bologna, 5), Berlin, Lit verlag, 2007, p. 131-144. (Online)

42C.  R. Bieringer & D. Pollefeyt, Son of God, in E. Kessler & N. Wenborn (ed.), A Dictionary of Jewish-Christian Relations, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005, p. 407. (Online)

42B.  R. Bieringer & D. Pollefeyt, Son of Man, in E. Kessler & N. Wenborn (ed.), A Dictionary of Jewish-Christian Relations, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005, p. 407-408. (Online)

42A.  D. Pollefeyt & R. Bieringer, Hoi Ioudaioi, in E. Kessler & N. Wenborn (ed.), A Dictionary of Jewish-Christian Relations, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005, p. 188-189. (Online)

38.  R. Bieringer & D. Pollefeyt, Open to Both Ways…? Johannine Perspectives on Judaism in the Light of Jewish-Christian Dialogue, in M. Labahn & K. Scholtissek & A. Strotmann (ed.), Israel und seine Heilstraditionen im vierten Evangelium. Festschrift für Johannes Beutler SJ zum 70. Geburtstag, Paderborn, Ferdinand Schöningh, 2004, p. 11-32. [Cf. IT85] (Online)

**17. D. Pollefeyt, Jewish-Christian Relations after Auschwitz: A Catholic Perspective, in N. Pecherskaya (ed.), Theology after Auschwitz and Its Correlation with Theology after the Gulag. Consequences and Conclusions, St. Petersburg, The St. Peterburg School of Religion and Philosophy, 1999, p. 93-110. (Online)

19C. D. Pollefeyt, Jews and Chris­tians after Auschwitz: From Substitu­tion to Interreligious Dialogue, in  D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Jews and Christians: Rivals or Part­ners for the Kingdom of God? In Search of An Alternative for the Chris­tian Theology of Substitution (Lou­vain Theological and Pasto­ral Monographs, 21), Leuven, Peeters, 1998, p. 10-37 (Online)

*19B. D. Pollefeyt, Introduction: in Search of an Alternative for the Theology of Substitution , in  D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Jews and Christians: Rivals or Part­ners for the Kingdom of God? In Search of An Alternative for the Chris­tian Theology of Substitution (Lou­vain Theological and Pasto­ral Monographs, 21), Leuven, Peeters, 1998, p. 1-9. [Review in Sidic 33(1)(2000)28-29]. (Online)

19A.  D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Jews and Christians: Rivals or Part­ners for the Kingdom of God? In Search of An Alternative for the Chris­tian Theology of Substitution (Lou­vain Theological and Pasto­ral Monographs, 21), Leuven, Peeters, 1998, 143 blz. (Online)

Peace Ethics

94. D. Pollefeyt, Facing Mortality in Ourselves and Our Work in an Age of Atrocity, in print. (forthcoming)

86. D. Pollefeyt, Intimacy in Pastoral Care. Ethical Notes on the Use of Power in Pastoral Guiding, in A. Dillen  (ed.), Soft Shepherd or Almighty Pastor? Power and Pastoral Care, Eugene, OR, Pickwick, 2014 (Online).

85. D. Pollefeyt & P. A. Cunningham, Il Dio Unitrio. Il Logos incarnato e la vita nell’ Allenza di Israele, in P. A. Cunningham, J. Sievers, M. C. Boys, H. H. Henrix, J. Svertvik, Gesù Cristo e il populo ebraico. Interrogativi per la teologia di oggi, Gregorian and Biblical Press, Rome, 2012, 263-287. (Online)

71. D. Pollefeyt, Repentance, Reconciliation and Relationship: The Silence of Jonah and the Boundaries of Forgiveness: Dialoguing with Adele Reinhartz, in R. Bieringer (ed.), Reconciliation in Interfaith Perspective: Jewish, Christian and Muslim Voices (betl),Leuven, Peeters, 2010, p. 28-39 (Online).

33F. R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens, Afterword: Out of the Abundance of the Hear. The Intimate Bond Between Idolatry and Desire, in R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens (ed.), Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Dieties (Cahiers for Theology of Peace, 19), Leuven, Peeters, 2003, p. 261-272.

33E. R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens,  Introduction: Under the Spell of Images, Idols and New Deities, in R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens (ed.), Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Dieties (Cahiers for Theology of Peace, 19), Leuven, Peeters, 2003, p. 1-4. (Online)

33D. R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens, Authentic Humanism and Forms of Profane Idolatry, in R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens (ed.), Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Dieties (Cahiers for Theology of Peace, 19), Leuven, Peeters, 2003, p. 121-158. (Online)

33B. R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens, True Faith in God and Forms of Religious Idolatry, in R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens (ed.), Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Dieties (Cahiers for Theology of Peace, 19), Leuven, Peeters, 2003, p. 7-38. (Online)

33A. R. Burggraeve, J. De Tavernier, D. Pollefeyt, J. Hanssens (ed.), Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Dieties (Cahiers for Theology of Peace, 19), Leuven, Peeters, 2003, 217 blz., isbn 90-429-1316-9 [herwerking en vertaling van Madonna tot Madonna]. (Online)

**/*18.  D. Pollefeyt, Racism and Christian Belief. A Theological Reflection, in JET. Journal of Empirical Theology 12(1)(1999)28-36. (Online)

Religious Education and Didactics

90. H. Derroitte, G. Meyer, D. Pollefeyt,  & B. Roebben, Religious Education at Schools in Belgium, in M. Rothgangel, R. Jackson & M. Jäggle (eds.), Religious Education at Schools in Europe. Volume 2: Western Europe, Vienna, Vienna University Press, 2014, 43-63. (Online)

88. D. Pollefeyt, K. Krysinska, K. De Roover, J. Bouwens, E. Ceulemans, J. Corveleyn, J. Dezutter, B. Duriez & D. Hutsebaut, Measuring Religious Attitudes in Secularised Western European Context. A Psychometric Analysis of the Post-Critical Belief Scale, in International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 24 (1) 2014 (forthcoming)

68B. A. Dillen & D. Pollefeyt, Children’s Studies and Theology: An Hermeneutics of Complexity, in A. Dillen & D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Children’s Voices. Children’s Perspectives in Ethics, Theology and Religious Education (betl, 230),Leuven, Peeters, 2009, p. 1-14. (Online)

**68A. A. Dillen & D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Children’s Voices. Children’s Perspectives in Ethics, Theology and Religious Education (betl, 230), Leuven, Peeters, 2009. (Online)

63. D. Pollefeyt, Belgium: the Hermeneutic-communicative Model: a Feasible Option?, in H.-G. Ziebertz & U. Riegel (ed.), How Teachers in Europe Teach Religion. An International Empirical Study in 16 Countries (International Practical Theology, 12), Berlijn, lit Verlag, 2009, p. 31-43.  (Online)

*62. D. Pollefeyt, Difference Matters. A Hermeneutic-Communicative Concept of Didactics of Religion in a European Multi-Religious Context, in Journal of Religion Education 56(1)(2008)9-17. (Online)

54B. D. Pollefeyt, Religious Education and the Opportunities and Challenges of Interreligious Learning, in D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Interreligious Learning (betl, 201), Leuven, Peeters, 2007, 340 p., p. xi-xxv. (Online)

54A. D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Interreligious Learning (betl, 201), Leuven, Peeters, 2007, 340 p. (Online)

45. D. Pollefeyt & R. Bieringer, The Role of the Bible in Religious Education Reconsidered Risks and Challenges in Teaching the Bible, in International Journal of Practical Theology 9(1)(2005)117-139. [Cf. IT86] (Online)

*43. A. Dillen & D. Pollefeyt, Family Education and Adolescents’ Approaches to Religion, in Journal of Empirical Theology 18(2)(2005)205-234. (Online)

40C. H. Lombaerts & D. Pollefeyt, The Emergence of Hermeneutics in Religious Education Theories: An Overview, in H. Lombaerts & D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Hermeneutics and Religious Education (betl, 180), Leuven, Peeters, 2004, p. 3-53. (Online)

40B. H. Lombaerts & D. Pollefeyt, Forword, in H. Lombaerts & D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Hermeneutics and Religious Education (betl, 180), Leuven, Peeters, 2004, p. 1-6. (Online)

40A. H. Lombaerts & D. Pollefeyt (ed.), Hermeneutics and Religious Education (betl, 180), Leuven, Peeters, 2004, 427 p. (Online)

32. D. Pollefeyt, M. De Vlieger & W. Smit, Interreligious Education: Beyond Mono- and Multi-Religious Learning?, in J. Lasonen & L. Lestinen (ed.), Teaching and Learning for Intercultural Understanding, Human Rights and a Culture of Peace, Jyväskuylä, University Press of Jyväskylä, 2003, isbn 951-39-1531-X. (Online)

Catechetics

82. A. Dillen & D. Pollefeyt, Catechesis Inside Out. A Hermeneutical Model for Catechesis in Parishes, in The Person and the Challenges 1 (1) 2011, 151-177. (Online)

**/*58. D. Pollefeyt, The Difference of Alterity. A Religious Pedagogy for an Interreligious and Interideological World, in J. De Tavernier et al. (ed.), Responsibility, God and Society. Festschrift Roger Burggraeve (betl, 217), Leuven, Peeters, 2008, p. 305-330. [= IT 63] (Online)

47. D. Pollefeyt, Newcomers at the Source. When Youngsters Listen to the Church on the Future of Youth Ministry, in Bulletin European Society for Catholic Theology 16(2)(2005)48-59. (Online)

24. J. Haers & D. Pollefeyt & J. Hennion, An Integrated, Web-Supported Self-Study Programm for the Courses Topics in Religious Studies at all the Faculties of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium in D. Hardy (ed.), Wiring the Ivory Tower. Linking Universities across Europe. Proceedings of the EADTU Millennium Conference from 28 to 30 September 2000, Paris, Heerlen, eadtu, 2001, p. 256-260. (Online)

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98. D. Pollefeyt & J. Bouwens, What does Catholic mean today?, in The Tablet, 13 februari 2016, p. s4-s5. (Online)

97. D. Pollefeyt & J. Bouwens, Framing the identity of Catholic schools. Empirical methodology for quantitative research of the Catholic identity of an education institute, in Catholic Identity: Theological Foundations, Research Findings and Practical Implications, 2010, 193-211.

96. B. Reed & D. PollefeytSearching for Parish Engagement Scale (SPES). Een aanzet tot een empirische, contextuele en theologische lazing van de hedendaagse kerk, in Collationes 44 (3) 2014, 243-282.

91. D. Pollefeyt & J. Bouwens, Identity in Dialogue. Assessing and Enhancing Catholic School Identity. Research Methodology and Research Results in Catholic Schools in Victoria, Australia (Christian Religious Education and School Identity), Zürich – Berlin, LIT-Verlag, 2014. (Online)

**70. D. Pollefeyt & J. Bouwens, Framing the Identity of Catholic Schools. Empirical Methodology for Quantitative Research on the Catholic Identity of an Education Institute, in International Studies in Catholic Education 2(2)(2010)193-210. (Online)

130. R. Gosselink & D. Pollefeyt, Vision and Policy Plan Education and Students 2014-2017, Leuven, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2015. (Online)

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