A journal of academic theology

Multiple Religious Belonging: Opportunities and Challenges for Theology and Church

[The author first examines the growing phenomenon of multiple religious belonging by outlining the theology of religions known as “inclusive pluralism” which serves as its theological underpinning. Next he offers a composite sketch of multiple religious belonging on the basis of concrete experiences of well-known Christian practitioners of multiple religious belonging. He concludes by offering several suggestions regarding the theological education of future church ministers in a religiously plural world.]

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