The Age of Pluralism | Religious Views of Religious Pluralism II | Gifford Lectures 5 of 6

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Looking more broadly, the religious traditions of the Indic world have distinctive views on religions, on the diversity of religions and the engagements we would call pluralism. Buddhist, Jain, Hindu, Sikh, and Muslim communities have lived in complex relationship with one another, with distinctiveness as well as common discourse. Discussions of pluralism and its relation to secularism are lively in these traditions today. How do some of today's thinkers and spiritual leaders articulate the dilemmas of religious "truth" and the religious other? How do they relate their Asian traditions to the globalization of religion?

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