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Updates on the "Pluralism Front"

  • Mon, Jul 23 2007
    • Martin E. Marty

“Pluralism” is the accepted code word in the United States for how citizens in a constitutional republic conceive, confront, and deal with diversity—especially religious diversity. The way we approach pluralism at any moment in time is determined on a figurative front, where battles occur and where articles of peace often bring about change. In the recent skirmishes over our approach to religious diversity in this country, there is both bad news and good news. First, the bad news. International incidents have caused many U.S. citizens to question how open they should be to diversity and…

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