A Dome of Many Colors: Studies in Religious Pluralism, Identity, & Unity 1999
A DOME of MANY COLORS: Studies in Religious Pluralism, Identity, and Unity. By Arvind Sharma and Kathleen M. Dugan, Trinity Press International, 1999.
The Parliament of World's Religions met in Chicago in 1993 to commemorate the centennial of the World Parliament of Religions in 1893. One of the organizing themes of this conference, attended by around 10,000 delegates, was religious pluralism the focus of this volume.
Religious pluralism claim that all religions are equally true, or that one religion can be true for some and another for others. ... The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints also teaches a form of religious pluralism, that there is at least some truth in almost all religions and philosophies.
1. Living in Two Worlds: A Personal Appraisal;
2. Religious Identity & Pluralism;
3. "Our Religions" in a Religiously Plural World;
4. Civilizing the Choctaws: Cultural Expectations & Realities;
5. Religious Conflict & Christianity;
6. Religion & Globality: Can Interreligious Dialogue be Globally Responsible?;
7. Two Types of Unity & Religious Pluralism;
8. Religion & Globality;
9. A Call to Action
Paperback. Nice condition with just light cover wear. 201 pages.