Abstract: This article uses a comparative theological model to explore the concept of pilgrimage—holy movement and holy place. It examines Christian pilgrimage exemplified by John Paul II's pilgrimage
to Jerusalem in 2000 and Islamic pilgrimage exemplified by the Hajj. It then re‐visions Christian pilgrimage by suggesting how three features of the Hajj (danger and hardship, ritual nature, and gathering) can be used to deepen the Christian experience and understanding
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Document Type: Research Article
Robin M. Taylor is a candidate for the master of arts in religion degree at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, an Adjunct Professor at the George Mason University School of Law, and a practicing attorney.
Publication date: September 1, 2011