Towards a tripolar approach to the relationship between the religions

in Religion and Theology
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Abstract

This article emphasises the need for ongoing reflection on interreligious relationships. The author proposes that such reflection should take account of three religious realities (or 'poles'): (what is considered as) divine revelation, human religious experience, and the possibility of the demonic. On this basis, and with full respect for other people's religious commitments, it may be possible to move to a satisfying relationship between the religions.

Towards a tripolar approach to the relationship between the religions

in Religion and Theology

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