Starting April 1st, and continuing throughout April and May, we’ll be focusing on issues relating to plurality and pluralism. The guest blogger series will be called “Plurality 2.0.”
I think issues of pluralism, ecumenism, the exclusivity/inclusivity of Christ and everything else that could fall under the broad category of plurality are certainly divisive issues today. For many, words like pluralism have very negative connotations – it’s something that only pansy, milquetoast Christians believe in. For others, pluralism is simply the air we breathe and we just need to accept it. But perhaps there are other different ways to (re)think issues like these. I’m hoping that our guest bloggers will be able to help us think about plurality in a new way: Plurality 2.0.