Christian Orthodoxy and Religious Pluralism: A Response to Terrence W. Tilley

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Abstract

Terrence W. Tilley has argued that Dominus Iesus, published by the Roman Catholic Congregation from the Doctrine of Faith in 2000, legitimates a de jure form of religious pluralism which is compatible and acceptable to orthodox Catholic faith. This claim is inspected and criticised on both textual and logical grounds. Textually, Tilley is found guilty of incorporating that which he wishes to prove in his premises. The argument advanced thus clarifies the teachings of Dominus Iesus and also indicates the problem with Jacques Dupuis' position. See also D'Costa, GG. '"Christian Orthodoxy And Religious Pluralism": A Further Rejoinder To Terrence Tilley', Modern Theology, 23 (3), (pp. 455-462), 2007. ISSN: 0266-7177 See also D'Costa, GG. 'Concluding our Quaestio Disputata on Theologies of Religious Diversity', Modern Theology, 23 (3), (pp. 463-468), 2007. ISSN: 0266-7177
Translated title of the contributionChristian Orthodoxy and Religious Pluralism: A Response to Terrence W. Tilley
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)435 - 446
Number of pages11
JournalModern Theology
Volume23 (3)
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2007

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Publisher: Blackwell

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