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Wed, Feb 07


New London

The Problem Of Religious Pluralism

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The Problem Of Religious Pluralism
The Problem Of Religious Pluralism

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Feb 07, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

New London, 207 Bank St, New London, CT 06320, USA

About the event

Embark on an insightful exploration in our fourteenth video lesson, "The Problem of Religious Pluralism," featuring the expertise of Dr. Douglas Groothuis and skillfully facilitated by Simon Williams. This session delves into the challenges posed by religious diversity and provides thoughtful insights for addressing the complexities of religious pluralism in the context of apologetics.

Simon Williams will guide participants through a thought-provoking video lecture where Dr. Groothuis examines the implications and potential pitfalls of religious pluralism. A purposeful fill-in-the-blank worksheet will accompany the lesson, creating an interactive space for participants to actively engage with the material.

Engage in discussions led by Simon as you explore the worksheet, gaining insights into navigating the tension between different religious worldviews. This session is designed to equip you with a nuanced understanding of the challenges presented by religious pluralism, empowering you to articulate and defend the uniqueness of the Christian faith.

This isn't just a lecture; it's an opportunity to grapple with the complexities of religious diversity and explore ways to engage thoughtfully with people of various beliefs. Join us as we navigate the intricacies of religious pluralism, gaining valuable insights that will enhance your ability to contribute meaningfully to conversations about faith in a diverse world.

Immerse yourself in this session, where Dr. Groothuis provides nuanced insights into the problem of religious pluralism, and Simon facilitates dynamic discussions to deepen your understanding. Join us on this educational journey as we equip ourselves to navigate the challenges presented by religious diversity, contributing to a more thoughtful and impactful practice of apologetics.


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