Theology Consultation on Religious Pluralism
In October of 2007, the Luce Foundation’s Theology Program introduced a group of theological educators to experts on religious pluralism. Together, they examined the theological, methodological and pedagogical issues found in encouraging schools of theology to prepare their graduates for work and service in a multi-faith world. Participants identified those in the theological education community who are engaged with these issues, and considered appropriate partner institutions for this task. They also reviewed a variety of models for, and best practices of, multi-faith education, and advised the Luce Foundation about funding strategies to equip emerging religious leaders with stronger understanding of, and respect for, other traditions.
This “Theology Consultation on Religious Pluralism” was held at the Desmond Tutu Center at General Theological Seminary in New York City, and involved forty-two participants.
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