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CONTENTS Contributors ix Preface xv Acknowledgments xvii Can Only One Religion Be True? Considering This Question • Robert B. Stewart 1 1. Can Only One Religion Be True?: A Dialogue • Paul F . Knitter and Harold A. Netland 17 2. Theologies of Religious Diversity: Toward a Catholic and catholic Assessment • Terrence W . Tilley 55 3. No Other Name: The Gospel and True Religions • S. Mark Heim 79 4. General Revelation, Inclusivism, Pluralism, and Postmodernism • Millard J. Erickson 91 5. Is Christianity the Only True Religion, or One among Others? • John Hick 105 6. John Hick’s Monotheistic Shadow • Paul Rhodes Eddy 117 7. Why the World Is Not Religiously Ambiguous: A Critique of Religious Pluralism • Paul Copan 139 8. Has Normative Religious Pluralism a Rationale? • Keith E. Yandell 163 9. Religious Diversity and the Futility of Neutrality • R. Douglas Geivett 181 10. Can the Jews Be the Chosen People of God? • Nancy Fuchs Kreimer 203 vii ...

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ISBN
9781451426373
Related ISBN
9780800699284
MARC Record
OCLC
844057466
Pages
272
Launched on MUSE
2013-11-28
Language
English
Open Access
No
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