CSPT1052: Communicating the Gospel in a Pluralistic World

Credits 1
In this module, students confront the ideology of religious pluralism from a Wesleyan-Armenian perspective. Religious pluralism claims that there are many religions, therefore, the diversity represents the way things ought to be. There exists no single religious perception of reality that is universally applicable and binding. No religion can legitimately claim to proclaim the truth for all persons. This module corresponds to the Directed Studies Program course 143. This module has 12 lessons.