This article examines the difficulties inherent in dialogue that have prevented efforts from bearing greater fruit. It acknowledges the distance that has been covered since the beginning but aims to point out some of the attitudes and presuppositions that can cause a dialogue to stall or become sterile. Sometimes respectful but difficult questions need to be asked to enable a deeper engagement with the other. It then seeks to suggest some ways forward so that dialogue can continue to bear fruit and enrich its participants.

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