2 edition of Religious tolerance and the Christian faith found in the catalog.
Religious tolerance and the Christian faith
Walter Bonar Sidjabat
|LC Classifications||BL2110 .S5 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||sa 65009238|
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Bonar Sidjabat. This book is a compilation of lectures delivered mainly between and by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, on faith, religion, culture, truth and tolerance.
He has brought them together in the context of exploring how religions can "relate to one another peacefully" and contribute to educating man towards peace, an urgent goal for the world today/5(29).
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Product details. Paperback: pages; Publisher: James Cited by: This is an interesting book which defines the "new religious tolerance" as requiring that one accept all religions as equally valid.
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Religious Tolerance - Conclusion Religious tolerance and the New Tolerance philosophy is built on a foundation of relative truth and cultural relativism. However, proponents of the “New Tolerance” seem to be intolerant of Christianity. As Christians, we’re called to a higher standard than “tolerance” -- we’re called to love our.
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