عنوان مقاله [English]
The Second Vatican Interfaith Dialogue seems to have brought about changes in Christian society that are noteworthy. One of these developments is the expansion of evangelism. In addition, the Western post-Renaissance space has provided a platform for the formation of knowledge of mesology so that Christianity can enrich its evangelical field by using innovative models of this knowledge. At this stage, the evangelization of dialogue is a transformational approach that has reconstructed the face of Christianity in interaction with other religions. This article examines this claim analytically and shows that Christianity has succeeded in combining interfaith dialogue with evangelism. The findings of this study show that although dialogue between Christians and thinkers of other religions in a scientific and academic space has always existed after the Second Vatican, but a level of dialogue has also been formed in the missionary space and has shaped the evangelization of dialogue. In this type of evangelism, Christian evangelists take advantage of the grounding strategy and its various models, such as the bridging model and the internal movement model.