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Without Boundaries?

Deriving Pluralist Theologies for Projects Using a Theology Without Walls

Anthony J. Watson
From the journal Open Theology

Abstract

This article systematically derives a common pluralist theology from the works of theologians Roger Haight and Amir Hussain. It then discusses this emergent definition of pluralism through the perspective of intent, an examination of exclusive claims and the historicity of formative context. Finally, potential approaches and areas are outlined, such as revelation, salvation, and historicity, in which a pluralist theology can advance a Theology “Without Walls.”



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Received: 2016-1-19
Accepted: 2016-3-4
Published Online: 2016-4-27

©2016 Anthony J. Watson

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