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A critical study of John Hick's religious pluralism

@inproceedings{Mackay2016ACS,
  title={A critical study of John Hick's religious pluralism},
  author={Murdo John Norman Mackay},
  year={2016}
}
This study examines the pluralistic hypothesis advanced by the late Professor John Hick viz. that all religious faiths provide equally salvific pathways to God, irrespective of their theological and doctrinal differences. The central focus of the study is a critical examination of (a) the epistemology of religious experience as advanced by Professor Hick, (b) the ontological status of the being he understands to be God, and further asks (c) to what extent can the pluralistic view of religious… Expand

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