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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)

**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)

**/*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)

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)

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)

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)

65. D. Pollefeyt, Het leven doorgeven. Religieuze traditie in de katholieke godsdienstpedagogiek. Ontwikkelingen en toekomstperspectieven, in H. van Crombrugge & W. Meijer (ed.), Pedagogiek en traditie. Opvoeding en religie, Tielt, LannooCampus, 2004, p. 133-149. (Online)

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

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)

*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)

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)

21. D. Pollefeyt, Das jüdische Denken Emil L. Fackenheims oder die Begegnung von Athen und Jerusalem in Auschwitz, in J. Valentin & S. Wendel (ed.), Jüdische Traditionen in der Philosophie des 20. Jahrhunderts, Darmstadt, Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2000, p. 196-213. (Online)

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

*19. D. Pollefeyt, Voorbij homogeneïsme en relativisme: een pleidooi voor een cultuur van de dialogale ontmoeting, in Ethische perspectieven 5(4)(1995)181-188. (Online)

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