The North American context is only increasingly religiously pluralistic. Beyond this, the “flattening” of our world through rapidly advancing technological mediums means that we have more and easier access to those of different religious traditions than ever before.
In this workshop, Amos Yong (Dean of the School of Divinity at Regent University) and Gary Black (Director of the DMin program at Azusa Pacific University) discuss the place and shape of Christianity and Christian witness in a context of religious pluralism.
Have a listen and weigh in…
- How is religious pluralism expressed in your context?
- How are you equipping people to engage with those of other faith traditions?
- What have you learned by befriending and listening to those of non-Christian religious traditions?
This workshop will explore theological and missional perspectives on the topic of living as disciples of Christ in a pluralistic world. Discussion will focus on basic ideas about personal faith and Christian mission in a pluralistic world as well as the relational, shalomic, and transformational aspects of encountering and engaging those of other faiths.
The audio download of this workshop is available HERE and is available for free all day today, 10/7/13 (discount automatically applied when you add the workshop to your cart).