Religious Pluralism and the Uniqueness of Jesus Christ



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Religious Pluralism and the Uniqueness of Jesus Christ
The authors of The Myth would go some way to accept this. For Paul Knitter, "Pluralism seems to be of the very stuff of reality, the way things are, the way they function. . . . There can never be just one of anything."5 So there are no absolute values given to us; we must create them, but this must be a collective enterprise in which we all share. In similar vein Stanley Samartha calls upon Christians to contribute "to the pool of human values such as justice and compassion, truth and righteousness in the quest of different people for spiritual and moral values .. . to hold together different religions, cultures, languages and ethnic groups" (IRM, p. 323) and that "to claim that one religious tradition has the only answer to such a global problem [as the nuclear threat] sounds preposterous" (IRM, p. 315).


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