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There exists today a rich and abounding diversity of religions in the world-a diversity with respect to both belief and practice. But it is a diversity that poses many challenges and raises many questions, most especially in a pluralistic milieu. How do we engage in effective dialogue with religious others? What should public education reflect in a religiously pluralistic ...more
Hardcover, 456 pages
Published December 3rd 2010 by Oxford University Press, USA
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The only chapter I read in this was chapter 15 ("Religious demographics and the new diversity") and I was so disgusted with the blatant-but-not-explicated biases of the author, the lack of any indication that this article was intended to focus solely on Christianity (and only Christianity of the type the author ascribes to, if I'm reading the article correctly), the poor citations and the flat-out errors that I'm just going to return this book to the library and pick up something else. If the ed ...more
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