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Religious Pluralism

Religious Pluralism

Edited by Leroy S. Rouner

Religious pluralism, as a historical fact, poses the fundamental philosophical problem of the One and the Many with regard to religious truth. For the religious believer, this problem becomes one of faith and practice; living in a pluralistic society, the believer is challenged to develop an understanding of religious truth that does not exclude those who trust a different God. It is this challenge, with its attendant social, cultural, and political problems, that Religious Pluralism addresses.

ISBN: 978-0-268-04004-8
256 pages
Publication Year: 1984

The late Leroy S. Rouner was professor of philosophy, religion, and philosophical theology at Boston University.

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Religious Pluralism


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 Religious Pluralism
Paper Edition

Religious pluralism, as a historical fact, poses the fundamental philosophical problem of the One and the Many with regard to religious truth. For the religious believer, this problem becomes one of faith and practice; living in a pluralistic society, the believer is challenged to develop an understanding of religious truth that does not exclude those who trust a different God. It is this challenge, with its attendant social, cultural, and political problems, that Religious Pluralism addresses.

ISBN: 978-0-268-04004-8

256 pages

Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion