Christian Uniqueness Reconsidered: The Myth of a Pluralistic Theology of Religions

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  • Title: Christian Uniqueness Reconsidered: The Myth of a Pluralistic Theology of Religions
  • Author: Gavin D'Costa
  • ISBN: 9780883446867
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Christian Uniqueness Reconsidered: The Myth of a Pluralistic Theology of Religions”

    1. I enjoyed this book. It was a bit of a challenge and I did not find every chapter to be great, but the last third of the book was very good. This volume stimulates reflection at the highest level. It is not, however, easy reading. But to anyone prepared to do real thinking, it is a gem.The following review was written by Herbert C. JacksonTwo books in the Orbis Series in Interreligious Dialogue focus the question of whether Christianity was unique among religions and whether apart from Christ th [...]

    2. And again, my remedial education continues. There are some superb essays in here, criticizing the liberal religious pluralism of John Hick and others. In the course of asserting the value of Trinitarian doctrine, Christ-centered faith, and the irreducible difference of "religions," the contributors make strong cases that such pluralism resorts all-too-easily to divine "mystery" as a way to avoid difficult debates, mistakes the particularity of Jesus Christ (and of, say, the Buddha, etc.) for mer [...]

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