Comparative Religion

COMPARATIVE RELIGION. The term comparative religion broadly signifies the study of all traditions and forms of religious life, as distinguished from the study or exposition of just one. Ideally, and more specifically, it is the disciplined, historically informed consideration of commonalities and differences among religions. Indeed, such cross-cultural or global perspective is entailed in the notion of an academic study of religion.

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The Age of Pluralism | The Pluralism Within | Gifford Lectures 6 of 6

Religious pluralism is not only a fact of global and loca...

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Looking more broadly, the religious traditions of the Ind...

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The Age of Pluralism | Religious Views of Religious Pluralism I | Gifford Lectures 4 of 6

Religious diversity poses questions that are not only glo...

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