Friday, October 21, 2005

a return to the old spiritual/intellectual stomping grounds

I found this fascinating paper on religious pluralism here. I haven't read it through thoroughly yet, but it bears discussing. At first glance, the paper appears to be a refinement of the classic threefold typology of religious attitudes: exclusivism, inclusivism, and pluralism. More on this later, perhaps.

Meanwhile, the curious among you are encouraged to rifle through my sidebar's "Sacred and Profane" section for other posts I've written on the subject of religious pluralism. Some of those posts make me cringe now and are being revised for my book's manuscript, but many of them have withstood the testicles of time.


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