Deep Religious Pluralism
David Ray Griffin
Westminster John Knox Press, 1 janv. 2005 - 272 pages
A groundbreaking scholarly work, Deep Religious Pluralism is based on the conviction that the philosophy articulated by Alfred North Whitehead encourages not only religious diversity but deep religious pluralism. Arising from a 2003 Center for Process Studies conference at Claremont Graduate University, this book offers an alternative to the version of religious pluralism that has dominated the recent discussion, especially among Christian thinkers in the West, which has evoked a growing call to reject pluralism as such.
Renowned contributors of a diversity of faiths include: Steve Odin, John Shunji Yakota, Sandra B. Lubarsky, Jeffery D. Long, Mustafa Ruzgar, Christopher Ives, Michael Lodahl, Chung-ying Cheng, Wang Shik Jang, and John B. Cobb Jr.
John Cobbs Whiteheadian Complementary Pluralism
Where beyond Dialogue? Reconsiderations
Deep Religious Pluralism and Contemporary
Toward a Deep Hindu
Islam and Deep Religious Pluralism
A Buddhist Approach
To Whom Belong the Covenants? Whitehead
An Asian Christian Approach to Religious Pluralism
Some Whiteheadian Assumptions about Religion