Modern Pluralism: Challenges Old and New

Wednesday, 30 May 2007

Pluralism has emerged as a hot topic among Christians today. This can suggest that it is a new phenomenon, representing a thoroughly unique situation with new tensions and benefits. But as Ecclesiastes states, "There is nothing new under the sun." Although the extent of modern pluralism is new, God's people have encountered the competitive interaction of diverse worldviews for thousands of years. In Egypt, Israel's challenge was to preserve her faith in the midst of another religion. Later in Canaan, it was to conquer diverse idolatries. God's judgment on Israel in the ...

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