Sole Authored Books
Religion and Extremism: Rejecting Diversity. (London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2018), pp. viii + 196.
Christian Engagement with Islam: Ecumenical Journeys since 1910. (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2017), pp. xiii + 282.
The Challenge of Islam: Encounters in Interfaith Dialogue. (Abingdon: Routledge Revivals, 2018; first published by Ashgate, 2005), pp. xii + 257.
Being Open, Being Faithful: The Journey of Interreligious Dialogue. (Geneva: WCC Publications, 2014, pp. xx + 193).
The Church and Other Faiths: The World Council of Churches, the Vatican, and Interreligious Dialogue. European University Studies, Series XXIII, Vol. 906. (Bern: Peter Lang, 2010), pp. 386.
The Challenge of Islam: Encounters in Interfaith Dialogue. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005, pp. xii + 257.
Rethinking Religion: Exploratory Investigations. (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2003), pp. xii + 202.
Relational Deity: Hartshorne and Macquarrie on God. (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2002), pp. xxii + 211.
World Religions: Study Guide & Readings. (Christchurch: Ecumenical Institute of Distance Theological Studies, 1996), pp. 52 + 197.
Religion: a first encounter. (Auckland: Longman Paul, 1993), pp. xiv + 316
Sole Authored Monographs
Civilisational Dialogue and the Philosophy of Religion,]. (Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Civilisational Dialogue Monograph Series, University of Malaya, 2009), pp. 30.
Faith to Faith: Issues in Interreligious Engagement. (Oxford: OxCEPT, 2008), pp. 141.
Identity and Interaction: Islam and the challenge of interreligious dialogue. (Adelaide: The Charles Strong Trust, 2000), pp. ii + 33.
Christian-Muslim Encounter: A New Zealand Perspective. Encounter: Documents for Muslim-Christian Understanding. Rome: Pontificio Istituto di Studi Arabi e d’Islamistica, April 2000, No. 263, pp. 9.
Christian–Muslim Relations: Perceptions of Encounter and Perspectives on Dialogue. CSIC Occasional Papers: Christian-Muslim Reflections, No. 4 (Birmingham: Centre for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 1995), pp. 18.
An Ordered Faith: Faith and Order in the Methodist Church of New Zealand 1950-1984. (Wesley Historical Society [NZ], September 1989), pp. 100.
Gary D Bouma, Rod Ling and Douglas Pratt, Religious Diversity in Southeast Asia and the Pacific: National Case Studies. (Dordrecht: Springer, 2010), pp. xx + 270.
Douglas Pratt, Signposts: theological reflections in a New Zealand context. (Auckland: College Communications, 1987), pp. 56.
David Thomas and John Chesworth, with Douglas Pratt, et al (eds.), Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History, Vol. 12. Asia, Africa and the Americas (1700-1800), (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2018), pp. xix + 912.
David Thomas and John Chesworth with Clinton Bennett, Lejla Demiri, Martha Frederiks, Stanislaw Grodź, and Douglas Pratt (eds.), Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History, Vol. 11. South and East Asia, Africa and the Americas (1600-1700), (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2017), pp. xv + 640.
David Thomas and John Chesworth with Clinton Bennett, Lejla Demiri, Martha Frederiks, Stanislaw Grodź, and Douglas Pratt (eds.), Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History, Vol 8. Northern and Eastern Europe (1600-1700), (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2016), pp. xiii + 1018.
Douglas Pratt and Rachel Woodlock (eds.), Fear of Muslims? International Perspectives on Islamophobia (Switzerland. Springer International, 2016), pp. xiv + 262.
Virginie Andre and Douglas Pratt (eds.), Religious Citizenships and Islamophobia (London & New York: Routledge, 2016), pp. x + 131.
David Thomas and John Chesworth, with John Azumah, Stanislaw Grodź, Andrew Newman and Douglas Pratt (eds.), Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History Volume 7. Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and South America (1500-1600) (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2015), pp. xii + 963.
Douglas Pratt, Jon Hoover, John Davies, and John Chesworth (eds.), The Character of Christian-Muslim Encounter: Essays in Honour of David Thomas (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2015), pp. xxii + 620.
David Thomas and John Chesworth with John Azumah, Stanislaw Grodź, Andrew Newman and Douglas Pratt (eds.), Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History Volume 6: Western Europe (1500-1600). (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2014), pp. xii + 890.
David Cheetham, Douglas Pratt and David Thomas (eds.), Understanding Interreligious Relations (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), pp. viii + 448.
Douglas Pratt and Dov Bing, Judaism and Christianity: Toward Dialogue. (Auckland: College Communications, 1987), pp. 170.
Book Series Editor, Waikato Studies in Religion
Vol 1: Douglas Pratt (ed.), "Rescue the perishing": comparative perspectives on evangelism and revivalism. (Auckland: Colcom Press,1989), pp. 144.
Vol 2: Samuel Rodin (ed.), Encounters with Judaism: Jewish Studies in a non-Jewish World. (Auckland: Colcom Press, 1991), pp. 169.
Vol 3: Bryan Gilling (ed.), ‘Be Ye Separate’: Fundamentalism and the New Zealand Experience. (Auckland: Colcom Press, 1992), pp. 162.
Vol 4: Bryan Gilling (ed.), Godly Schools? Some Approaches to Christian Education in New Zealand. (Auckland: Colcom Press, 1993), pp. 185.
Book Series (Re-Publication Project) Co-Editor
Mark Beaumont, Douglas Pratt and David Thomas (eds.), Exploring the House of Islam: Perceptions of Islam in the Period of Western Ascendancy 1800-1945, (Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2009):
Vol 1: Samuel and Amy Zwemer, Moslem Women ; Introduction by Peter Riddell
Vol 2: Ignaz Goldziher, Mohammed and Islam ; Introduction by Douglas Pratt
Vol 3: W.H.T. Gairdner, The Rebuke of Islam ; Introduction by Colin Chapman
Vol 4: W.R.W. Stephens, Christianity and Islam ; Introduction by Clinton Bennett
Vol 5: John Subhan Sufism, Its Saints and Shrines ; Introduction by David Singh
Vol 6: Alexander Kinglake, Eothen ; Introduction by Alison Dingle
Douglas Pratt. Reacting to Islam: Islamophobia as a form of extremism, in John L. Esposito and Derya Iner (eds.), Islamophobia and Radicalization: Breeding Intolerance and Violence. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), 35-53.
– Religious Pluralism and Dialogue, in Charles Tieszen (ed.), Theological Issues in Christian-Muslim Dialogue. (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2018), 112-24.
– Introduction: South Asia, Southeast Asia and China. 18th-century contexts, in David Thomas and John Chesworth, et al (eds.), Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History. Vol. 12, Asia, Africa and the Americas, 1700-1800. (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2018), 353-63.
– Swiss Shock: Minaret rejection, European values, and the challenge of tolerant neutrality, in Natalie J. Doyle and Irfan Ahmad (eds.), (Il)liberal Europe: Islamophobia, Modernity and Radicalization. (London & New York: Routledge, 2018), 26-40.
– Islam as Feared Other: Perception and Reaction, in Pratt and Woodlock (eds.), Fear of Muslims? (2016), 31-43.
– Expressing Fear of Islam: The Swiss Minaret Ban, in Pratt & Woodlock (eds.), Fear of Muslims? (2016), 213-230.
– Islamophobia as Reactive Co-Radicalization, in Andre & Pratt (eds.), Religious Citizenships and Islamophobia (2016), 75-88.
– Religion Fixed and Fickle: The Contemporary Challenge of Religious Diversity, in Douglas Davies & Adam J. Powell (eds.), Sacred Selves - Sacred Settings: Reflecting Hans Mol. (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015), 101-122.
– Theologie nach dem Dialog: Neue Wege christlich-muslimischer Beziehungen, in Mohammed Gharaibeh, Esnaf Begic, Hansjörg Schmid and Christian Ströbele, (eds.), Zwischen Glaube und Wissenschaft: Theologie in Christentum und Islam. (Regensburg: Verlag Friedrich Pustet 2015), 237-253.
– Religion is as Religion Does: Interfaith Prayer as a Form of Ritual Participation, in Marianne Moyaert and Joris Geldhof (eds.), Ritual Participation and Interreligious Dialogue: Boundaries, Transgressions and Innovations. (London: Bloomsbury, 2015), 53-66.
– Initiative and Response: The Future of Christian-Muslim Dialogue, in Paul Hedges (ed.), Contemporary Muslim-Christian-Encounters: Developments, Diversity and Dialogues. (London: Bloomsbury, 2015), 117-133.
– Textual Authority and Hermeneutical Adventure: Three 21st Century Christian-Muslim Dialogue Initiatives, in Pratt et al (eds.), The Character of Christian-Muslim Encounter (2015), 559-578.
– From Religion to Terror: Christian Fundamentalism and Extremism, in Veronica Ward and Richard Sherlock (eds.), Religion and Terrorism: The Use of Violence in Abrahamic Monotheism. (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014), 69-101.
– Christian Engagement with Other Faiths: Toward a Theology of Dialogue, in Pratt (ed.), Interreligious Engagement and Theological Reflection (2014), 20-40.
– Fundamentalism, Exclusivism and Religious Extremism, in Cheetham, Pratt and Thomas (eds.), Understanding Interreligious Relations (2013), 241-261.
– Religious Identity and the Denial of Alterity: Plurality and the Problem of Exclusivism, in Paolo Diego Bubbio and Philip Andrew Quadrio (eds.), The Relation of Philosophy to Religion Today. (Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011), 201-215.
– Interreligious Dialogue: Ecumenical Engagement in Interfaith Action, in Kath Engebretson, Marian de Souza, Gloria Durka and Liam Gearon (eds.), International Handbook of Inter-Religious Education, Vol 1. (Dordrecht: Springer, 2010), 103-122.
– Islamic Prospects for Interreligious Dialogue: The Voice of Fethullah Gülen, in John L. Esposito and Ihsan Yilmaz (eds.), Islam and Peacebuilding: Gülen Movement Initiatives. (New York: Blue Doom Press, 2010), 189-206.
– Religious Plurality, Referential Realism and Paradigms of Pluralism, in Avery Plaw (ed.), Frontiers of Diversity: Explorations in Contemporary Pluralism. (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2005), 191-209.
– Religious Fundamentalism: A Paradigm for Terrorism? in Rachel Barrowman (ed.), International Terrorism: New Zealand Perspectives. (Wellington: Institute of Policy Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, 2005), 31-52.
– Pluralism and Interreligious Engagement: The Contexts of Dialogue, in David Thomas with Clare Amos, (eds.), A Faithful Presence, essays for Kenneth Cragg, (London: Melisende Press, 2003), 404-418.
– Interreligious Dialogue and the Paradigms of PIE, in Brian Howe and Philip Hughes, (eds.), Spirit of Australia II: Religion in Citizenship & National Life, (Hindmarsh, Adelaide: ATF Press, 2003), 112-130.
– How Common is the Cup? The Administration of Communion Wine, in Tom Knowles SSS (ed.) Eucharist: Experience & Testimony. (Melbourne: David Lovell Publishing, 2001), 231-241.
– J.J. Lewis: Contours of Thought in Bernie Le Heron (ed.), John J Lewis: Gracious Prophet. (Auckland: Wesley Historical Society, 2001), 14-28.
– The Role of Religion, in Margaret McLaren, Interpreting Cultural Differences: the challenge of intercultural communication. (Norfolk, UK: Peter Francis Publishers, 1998), 86-96.
– Religious Studies at Waikato: reflections on a process, in James Veitch, (ed.), To Strive and Not to Yield. Essays in honour of Colin Brown. (Wellington: Victoria University, 1992), 39-50.
– The Concept of ‘World’: some comparative world-view perspectives, in Maurice Andrews, et al (eds.), Religious Studies in Dialogue: Essays in honour of Albert C. Moore. (Dunedin: Faculty of Theology, University of Otago, 1991), 81-92.
– Mission, Medium and Message: A Critique of the 1987 Luis Palau Campaign, in D. Pratt (ed.), "Rescue the Perishing". (Waikato Studies in Religion, Vol 1, 1989), 57-76.
– Anti-Semitism and the Exclusive Christ, in Pratt and Bing (eds.), Judaism and Christianity (1987), 107-129.
– God and Relationality, in Chris Bloore and Peter Donovan, (eds.), Science and Theology in Action. (Palmerston North: Dunmore Press, 1987), 154-160.
– Christ and Culture: A New Zealand Perspective, in D. Pratt (ed.), Signposts: theological reflections in a New Zealand context (1987), 11-26.
– Pre-Christian Maori Religion: An Essay in Contextual Understanding, in D Pratt (ed.), Signposts: theological reflections in a New Zealand context (1987), 27-40.
Co-Authored Book Chapters
Douglas Pratt & Peter Riddell, Christians and Muslims in East Asia and Australasia, in David Thomas (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Christian-Muslim Relations. (London: Routledge, 2017), 413-422.
Risto Jukko, Douglas Pratt & Michael Ipgrave, The churches and Christian-Muslim relations, in David Thomas (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Christian-Muslim Relations. (Abingdon: Routledge, 2017), 247-256.
Douglas Pratt, D Cheetham & D. Thomas, The Future of Engagement: Emerging Contexts and Trends, in D. Cheetham, D. Pratt, & D. Thomas, (eds.), Understanding Interreligious Relations. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), 390-401.
Co-Edited Journal Publications (Book Length)
Douglas Pratt and Angela Berlis, Themed Issue: Belief Diversity and the Lived Experience of Religion (BIOS Vol. 4), Studies in Interreligious Dialogue Vol. 27/2, (2017).
Douglas Pratt, Angela Berlis and Andreas Krebs (eds.), Themed Issue: Religious Minorities and Interreligious Relations: Social and Theological Challenges (BIOS Vol. 3), Studies in Interreligious Dialogue, Vol. 26/2, (2016).
Angela Berlis and Douglas Pratt (eds.), From Encounter to Commitment: Interreligious Experience and Theological Engagement. (BIOS Vol. 2) IKZ sub-series, (Bern: Stämpfli AG, 2015).
Douglas Pratt (ed.), Interreligious Engagement and Theological Reflection: Ecumenical Explorations, (Bern Interreligious and Oecumenical Studies; BIOS Vol. 1), Internationale Kirchliche Zeitschrift (IKZ) sub-series, (Bern: Stämpfli AG, 2014).
Douglas Pratt, From Belief Diversity to Ecumenical Unity: Military chaplaincy as a model for inclusivist plurality? Lessons from the New Zealand experience, 1939-1945, Studies in Interreligious Dialogue, Vol. 27/2 (BIOS, Vol. 4) (2017): 149-169.
– Extremism and Diversity: a religious response to an Islamic Issue, Waikato Islamic Studies Review, Vol 3, No 2 (2017): 4-11
– Antipot Ümmet: Avustralya ve Yeni Zelanda’daki Müslümanlar, Yeni Türkiye, Vol. 98 (2017): 335-344.
– Faith in a Secular Age: Religion as Minority Phenomenon. Studies in Interreligious Dialogue Vol. 26/2 (BIOS, Vol. 3) (2016): 190-202.
– Christianity and Other Faiths: Exploring Interfaith Engagement. Studies in Interreligious Dialogue Vol. 26/1 (2016): 5-19.
– Unintentional Receptive Ecumenism: From Ecclesial Margins to Ecumenical Exemplar. A New Zealand case study. Review of Ecumenical Studies Vol. 8/2 (2016): 219-237. DOI: 10.1515/ress-2016-0018
– Secular New Zealand and Religious Diversity: From Cultural Evolution to Societal Affirmation, Social Inclusion Vol. 4/2 (2016): 52-64. DOI: 10.17645/si.v4i2.463
– Theology after Dialogue: Christian–Muslim Engagement Today and Tomorrow, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations Vol. 26/1, (January, 2015): 89-101.
– Islamophobia as Reactive Co-Radicalization, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations Vol. 26/2 (April, 2015): 205-218.
– Reactive Co-Radicalization: Religious Extremism as Mutual Discontent, Journal for the Academic Study of Religion Vol. 28/1 (2015): 3-23.
– From Edinburgh to Georgetown: Interfaith Theological Bridge-Building, Anglican Theological Review, Vol. 96/1 (Winter 2014): 15-37.
– Swiss Shock: Minaret Rejection, European Values, and the Challenge of Tolerant neutrality, Politics, Religion & Ideology Vol. 14/2 (July 2013): 193-207.
– Exclusivist Boundaries and Extremist Transgressions: Persistence and Problems of Religion, Diskus: The Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions, Vol. 15 (2013): 1-26.
– A Tale of Two Dialogues: 21st Century Christian-Muslim Initiatives, Waikato Islamic Studies Review, Vol 1, No. 1 (March 2015): 4-13.
– Islamische Perspektiven für den interreligiöse Dialog: Die Stimme von Fethullah Gülen, Materialien zu Dialog und Bildung, DuB 2, (Berlin: Stifung Dialog und Bildung) (2015): 55-73.
– The Praxis of Dialogue: Can we go yet further? Current Dialogue, Vol. 56 (December 2014): 50-56.
– The Persistence and Problem of Religion: Modernity, Continuity and Diversity, Australian Religion Studies Review, Vol. 25.3 (2012): 273-292.
– (with Melanie Jones-Leaning), Islam in China: From Silk Road to Separatism, The Muslim World Vol. 102/2 (April 2012): 308-334.
– Islamophobia: Ignorance, Imagination, Identity and Interaction, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol. 22, No. 4 (October 2011): 379-389.
– Antipodean Ummah: Islam and Muslims in Australia and New Zealand, Religion Compass 5/12 (2011): 743-752 (www.religion-compass.com).
– Muslim-Jewish relations: Some Islamic paradigms. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol 21/1, (January 2010): 11-21.
– Religion and Terrorism: Christian Fundamentalism and Extremism. Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol 22:3 (June 2010): 438-456.
– Secular Government and Interfaith Dialogue: A Regional Asia-Pacific Initiative Studies in Interreligious Dialogue 20.1 (2010): 42-57.
– The Vatican in Dialogue with Islam: Inclusion and Engagement. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol. 21/3 (July 2010): 245-262.
– Antipodean angst: encountering Islam in New Zealand, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol. 21/4 (October 2010): 397-407.
– The World Council of Churches in Dialogue with Muslims: Retrospect and Prospect, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol. 20/1 (January, 2009): 21-42.
– Necessary Non-Apodicity: Hermeneutic Priority and Textual Authority in Christian-Muslim Dialogue, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol 20/3 (July, 2009): 291-303.
– Christian Discipleship and Interfaith Engagement, Pacifica Vol. 22/3 (October 2009): 317-333.
– (with Norman Franke), Pluralität und Pluralismus: Zu Kontexten und Grundformen des christlich-islamischen Dialogs in Deutschland, Marburg Journal of Religion Vol. 13, No. 1 (May 2008), 16p. (E-journal: http://web.uni-marburg.de/religionswissenschaft/journal/mjr/).
– Homosexuality and Theological Crisis: A Doctrinal Critique, Colloquium Vol. 40, No 1 (May 2008): 75-95.
– An Uncommon Call: Prospect for a New Dialogue with Muslims? Asian Christian Review Vol. 2 No. 2 & 3 (Summer/Winter 2008): 36-53.
– (with Barbara Göb), Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations in Germany: Recent Developments and Continuing Issues, Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations, Vol. 18, No. 1 (January 2007): 43-65.
– An Ecclesial Dilemma: Homosexual Affirmation and Church Process. Colloquium, Vol. 39, No 1 (May 2007): 36-57.
– Towards a Theological Metaphysics of Death. Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations, Vol. 18, No. 3 (July 2007): 391-402.
– Religious Fundamentalism: A Paradigm for Terrorism? Australian Religion Studies Review 20.2 (2007): 195-215.
– Pluralism, Postmodernism and Interreligious Dialogue, Sophia, Vol. 46/3 (December 2007): 243-259.
– Exclusivism and Exclusivity: A Contemporary Theological Challenge. Pacifica 20/3 (October 2007): 291-306.
– Terrorism and Religious Fundamentalism: Prospects for a Predictive Paradigm. Marburg Journal of Religion, Vol. 11/1 (June, 2006), 15p. (E-journal: http://web.uni-marburg.de/religionswissenschaft/journal/mjr/)
– Interreligious Prayer: prospects and parameters. Interreligious Insight, Vol. 4 No. 4 (October 2006): 54-63.
– From Competition and Conversion to Conversation and Co-operation: dynamics of Christian-Muslim engagement. Interreligious Insight, Vol. 4 No. 2 (April 2006): 54-60.
– Relational Agency: God and Ecotheology. Colloquium, 36/1 (2004): 21-31.
– Universalising Rhetoric and Particularist Identities: Pluralism and the Future of Our Religious Pasts. International Journal in the Humanities, Vol. 1, (2003/2004): 1347-1356.
– Engendered Danger and Endangered Gender: The Church and Homosexual Clergy – a case study. Scriptura: International Journal of Bible, Religion and Theology in Southern Africa, Vol. 86 (2004): 224-233.
– South speaks to South: a New Zealand response to the kerygma of Belhar. Ned Geref Teologiese Tydskrif, No 44, (Sept & Dec 2003): 421-432.
– Contextual Paradigms for Interfaith Relations. Current Dialogue, No 42 (December 2003): 3-9.
– The Transfiguration: Symbol of Christian-Jewish solidarity? Current Dialogue, No 40 (December 2002): 12-15
– The International Face of Islam. The New Zealand International Review. Vol XXVI, No 2 (March/April 2001): 2-5.
– Identity and Ideology – Some considerations for Islamo-Christian Dialogue: An Australasian Perspective. Islamochristiana 26 (2000): 79-93.
– Perspectives on a Kiwi theologian: The thought of J.J. Lewis. Colloquium, Vol. 32, No. 2 (November 2000): 221-231.
– The Dance of Dialogue: Ecumenical Interreligious Engagement. The Ecumenical Review Vol 51, No. 3 (July 1999): 274-287.
– Private opinion or public religion? The case of Centrepoint. Stimulus Vol. 7 No 3 (August 1999): 39-46.
– Dominical Paradigm for Interreligious Prayer: Theological Reflections. Colloquium 30/1(1998): 45-59.
– Parameters for Interreligious Prayer: some considerations. Current Dialogue, 31 (December 1997): 21-27.
– Christian-Muslim Theological Encounter: the priority of tawhid. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol 7, No. 3 (1996): 271-284.
– Statement of Alexandria: Report and reflections on a conference of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, August 1995. Australian Religious Studies Review, Vol 9, No 2 (Spring 1996): 32-38.
– Phenomenology and Dialogue: A Methodological Consideration. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol 5, No. 1 (1994): 5-13.
– Christian-Muslim Encounter: From Diatribe to Dialogue. Australian Religion Studies Review, Vol 7/1 (1994): 8-15.
– Charles Hartshorne on Theological Mistakes, Colloquium 26/1 (1994): 56-70.
– Theravada Buddhism: Phenomenology and Dialogue. Asia Journal of Theology, 7/1 (April 1993): 128-135.
– From Missionary Paternalism to Bicultural Partnership: aspects of Anglican and Methodist experience in Aotearoa-New Zealand. International Review of Mission, Vol LXXXII No.327 (July/Oct 1993): 305-315.
– Christ and Culture in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Pacific Journal of Theology, Series II, No 10 (1993): 17-29.
– Developing Tertiary Religious Studies: Reflections on a pedagogy in process. Australian Religion Studies Review, 5/2 (1992): 50-56.
– Religious Concepts of ‘World’: Comparative Metaphysical Perspectives. Sophia, 31/3 (1992): 74-88.
– Theological Education and Ministerial Formation: Academic Accountability and Ecclesial Expectation in Theological Training. Colloquium, 24/2 (1992): 98-107.
– Theology and Contextuality: a prolegomenon to historical study. Colloquium 23/1 (1990), 40-42.
– The Imago Dei in the thought of John Macquarrie: A reflection on John 10:10, Asia Journal of Theology 3/1 (April 1989): 79-83.
– Aseity as Relational Problematic, Sophia 28/2 (July 1989): 13-25.
– God in Action and Interaction. Asia Journal of Theology 2/2 (October 1988): 459-468.
– Trinity: The Christian Identity of God. Colloquium 20/2 (1988): 34-43.
– Charles Hartshorne and Neoclassical Theism: the relatedness of God. Colloquium 19/2 (1987), 30-40.
– Existential-Ontological Theism and the question of the relatedness of God: Macquarrie revisited. Colloquium 17/1 (1984): 26-33.
Douglas Pratt, ‘Terrorism and Religion: Christian Fundamentalism’, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Pp. 20. Online publication, November 2018. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.692
– ‘Interreligious Relations: Islam – B. Modern Islam’, Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception (EBR) Vol. 13 Integrity – Jesuit Order (Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2016), 197-200.
– ‘Fleeing, Flight – Islam’, in Dale C. Allison, et al (eds.), Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception. Vol. 9, (Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2014), 170-171.
– ‘Fulfilment – Islam’, ‘Fundamentalism – Islam’, ‘Fertility – Islam’, in Dale C. Allison, et al (eds.), Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception. Vol. 8, (Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2014), 800-801, 827-828, &1175-1776.
– ‘World Council of Churches’ Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. (First published online 29 February 2012; DOI: 10.10002/9780470670590.wbeog821)
Publications in Preparation
Douglas Pratt, A Sense of Faith: Theological Themes in Contemporary Christian-Muslim Dialogue (Abingdon: Routledge)
Douglas Pratt and Charles Tieszin (eds.), Christian-Muslim relations: a thematic history (600-1600). Vol. 15, CMR series, (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2019).
Douglas Pratt, ‘Interreligious Dialogue: A Case Study approach in respect to the Vatican and the World Council of Churches’, in Martha Frederiks and Dorottya Nagy (eds.), World Christianity. An approach (Leiden: Brill).
– ‘Dialogue and Christian-Muslim relations’, in Hans Gustafson (ed.), Interreligious Studies: Dispatches from the Field (Baylor University).
– ‘Inter-(ecclesial)-cultural Learning as Receptive Ecumenism: Prospects for an Intra-Christian Dialogue’, Internationale Kirchliche Zeitschrift (forthcoming, 2019).