Philosophy and Religion
© 2018, European Journal for Philosophy of Religion. Much of the appeal of religious pluralism for those who take religious truth claims seriously arises from the sense that confessionalist alternatives to pluralism that affirm the truth of one particular religion are unacceptable. Pluralists try to foster this sense by portraying confessionalist views as implausible for one who is fully informed about the facts of religious diversity. However, when pluralists attempt to rule out confessionalism, they tend to characterize it in ways that overlook the possibility of what I call humble confessionalism. When humble forms of confessionalism are considered, representations of pluralism as the only viable option become less persuasive.
European Journal for Philosophy of Religion
(2018). Humble Confessionalism. European Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 10(1), 141-161.
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