Religious Pluralism

Code: ISP-THX571


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(Course Description and Outline From Summer 2021)

Canada today practices “inclusive secularism,” welcoming multiple religious traditions into the public sphere. How should ministers working in Indigenous contexts, rooted in particular traditions, and confronting a history of oppression, participate in pluralism? Participants will explore answers, as together we survey three non-Christian traditions, examine different models of inter-faith and Indigenous/non-Indigenous connection, and speak in-depth with one another.