The Myth of Christian Uniqueness: Toward a Pluralistic Theology of Religions

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John Hick, Paul F. Knitter
Orbis Books, 1987 - Religion - 227 pages
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Contents

Religious Diversity Historical Consciousness
3
The NonAbsoluteness of Christianity
16
Plurality and Its Theological Implications
37
Copyright

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