What is the impact of the phenomenon of modern socio-cultural pluralism on the Christian faith? In particular, this article looks at how pluralism has been used to justify recent theological proposals commonly labelled "the theology of world religions" or "pluralistic theology." These proposals suggest that Christians cannot represent the Christian faith in such a way as to exclude or even threaten the validity of other world religions. Christians are rather encouraged to enter into dialogue with members of other religious traditions such that the Christian faith may be enriched by interaction.
Source: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1993. 19 pages.