Dynamics of Symbol and Dialogue: Interreligious Education in India : the Relevance of Raimon Panikkar's Intercultural Challenge
To remain relevant religious traditions have to come in touch with one another's symbolic world of meaning. For this interreligious education is necessary because it leads to the discovery of the interrelationship of traditions, promotes collaboration on projects of universal welfare and gives direction and content to interreligious dialogue. The aim is to realize unity in difference and to work for the transformation of society and the cosmos (which holds the human family together) through commitment to justice and peace. This could make traditions concretize their vision of the Infinite.
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