Shows that many so-called "pluralist" theologies are actually masks
for a secularizing agenda and that the doctrine of the Trinity
holds more potential for interreligious understanding and dialogue.
D'Costa recommends the Trinitarian approach which attains the goals
that pluralism seeks: openness, respect, and learning from other
religions. It accomplishes this without the reductionism associated
with pluralism and by examining the serious differences between
traditions. He applies the Trinity to interreligious prayer with
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