Academic Catalog 2019-20

HUM 5606 Philosophy of Religious Pluralism

"Religious pluralism" is the argument that humankind’s religions are, in principle, equally effective, culturally variant responses to a single spiritual reality (John Hick). Some Christian critics argue vociferously against this pluralism. This course is a sustained engagement with this vital debate, a debate that will play a role in shaping the future of religious co-existence on this planet for a long time to come.


4.00 units