Religious Pluralism

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  • Religious Pluralism
    • Wilson
      • Religion no longer represents one community
        • Religious influence weaker
      • Ecumencial movement
      • Increase in NRMS
    • Roof McKinney
      • Lost force as an integrative influence
    • Fragmentation of monolithic religion
    • Competing beliefs and practices
    • Competition undermines credibility
    • AO2
      • Not all sects are short lived
      • Postmodernists
        • Indicates religion is state of change not decline
        • Demand for spiritual diversity
      • Not necessary  for everyone to have same religious beliefs
      • Greely
        • NRM's sign of revival

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