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|Named Person:||Paul F Knitter; Harold A Netland; Paul F Knitter; Harold A Netland|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert B Stewart
|ISBN:||9780800699284 0800699289 9781451426373 1451426372|
|Description:||xix, 215 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Can only one religion be true? Considering this question / Robert B. Stewart. --
Can only one religion be true? A dialogue / Paul F. Knitter and Harold A. Netland. --
Theologies of religious diversity: toward a Catholic and catholic assessment / Terrence W. Tilley. --
No other name: the Gospel and true religions / S. Mark Heim. --
General revelation, inclusivism, pluralism, and postmodernism / Millard J. Erickson. --
Is Christianity the only true religion, or one among others? / John Hick. --
John Hick's monotheistic shadow / Paul Rhodes Eddy. --
Why the world is not religiously ambiguous: a critique of religious pluralism / Paul Copan --
Has normative religious pluralism a rationale? / Keith E. Yandell. --
Religious diversity and the futility of neutrality / R. Douglas Geivett. --
Can the Jews be the chosen people of God? / Nancy Fuchs Kreimer.
|Responsibility:||Robert B. Stewart, Editor.|
"This volume highlights points of agreement and disagreement on the subject of religious pluralism. The dialogue partners in the discussion are Paul F. Knitter, Paul Tillich Professor of Theology, World Religions, and Culture at Union Theological Seminary, and Harold A Netland, professor of Mission and Evangelism and director of Intercultural Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. A transcript of the March 2009 Point-Counterpoint event between Knitter and Netland allows the reader to see how each presents his position in light of the others, as well as their responses to selected audience questions. The balance of the volume is comprised of substantive essays on various facets of the question of religious pluralism from a diverse set of scholars. The Greer Heard Point-Counterpoint series takes pride in presenting a fair and balanced case for both sides of complex issues, and in providing the tools for students and scholars to form their own conclusions."--Publisher description.
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