A journal of academic theology

Religious Pluralism in an Era of Globalization: The Making of Modern Religious Identity

Impacted by the technologies that make the world a single place, the theological discourse on religious pluralism comes to expression in the era of globalization as religious differences are in ever greater contact. However, the construction of religious identity that emerged in the early stages of globalization may need to be rethought and theologies constructed on a “container theory” of difference and division replaced with outlooks that embrace hybridity and pursue a cosmopolitan vision.

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