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The Problem of Religious Pluralism
Religion and Theology
Pages 3 (753 words)
The problem of religious pluralism Name: Professor: Course: Date: The Problem of Religious Pluralism Introduction Religious diversity refers to the different attitudes towards beliefs on matters of religion that individuals have in the society. These divergent views coexist in order to create a situation whereby the society has pluralism in the area of religion.
This created uncertainty over the validity of the idea of God since the religions give divergent views on the matter. This drastically decreases the chances that any of the beliefs that the religions stand for is the truth. Religious pluralism has made the idea of God contradictory with each religious group having their own versions and interpretations on the idea of God. This is among the major problems brought about by religious pluralism. If there were a single religion, with a clear ideology, the issue of God would not be contradictory, hence making the idea more valid rather than the contradicting beliefs brought about by pluralism. Though most religions are based on the concept of God, the differences that exist in the beliefs among religions cast a doubt on what the truth is on the idea of God. The diversity in religion also has evoked hostility between the different religious stands. The adherents of different religions view each other with distrust and hostility that comes about because of their religious affiliations. The adherents might also feel as if their religion is superior to the others. ...
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