Pluralism in the Contemporary World

Pluralism in the Contemporary World

This course builds on the concepts introduced in Created and Called for Community: we are made in the image of God, made to live in community and called to serve Him within society. By examining differing perspectives within a society, i.e. religion, race, ethnicity, gender, class, ability, pluralism courses address the effects of inequality, prejudice, and discrimination.

Why does it matter?

Engagement with these issues allows students to articulate and practice an informed and faithful Christian response to diversity.

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