The Meeting of Religions and the Trinity
By: Gavin D'Costa
"A thorough deconstruction of the pluralist position and the threefold typology that afforded it a privileged status." -- International Journal of Systematic Theology
"An important contribution...by a leading theorist...anyone interested in developing a Christian theology of religions must read this book." -- Journal of Contemporary Religion
"Gavin DCosta has written a fascinating book where he outlines a vision of religious pluralism based on a Trinitarian framework." --Reviews in Religion and Theology
One of the most discussed topics of our time is Christianity's relation to other religions. In this important new book, one of Britain's leading contemporary theologians develops a sharp and penetrating critique of the pluralist position. In the tradition of Alasdair MacIntyre and John Milbank, DCosta shows that too often it masks a secularizing agenda, traceable to the worst aspects of Enlightenment modernity.
Gavin DCosta is senior lecturer in theology at the University of Bristol. He is author of Christian Uniqueness Reconsidered.
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