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AbstractThis article investigates whether transreligious theology is unavoidable in the doing of interreligious theology and dialogue. In so doing, it opens with three examples that point the way to transreligious theology (Wilfred Cantwell Smith, Keith Ward, and Francis Clooney). Various prefixes are then defined and distinguished from one another as they are often applied to the term "religious" (uni-, intra-, multi-, cross-, inter-, and trans-). These prefixes are then applied to the termsdoi:10.1515/opth-2016-0020 fatcat:hdklghfmj5eshemou54b653tza