Honors Program Theses
Open Access Honors Program Thesis
Jerome P. Soneson
Religious pluralism--Christianity; Evangelicalism--Relations; Cobb, John B.--Criticism and interpretation; Hick, John., 1922---Criticism and interpretation; Knitter, Paul F.--Criticism and interpretation; Netland, Harold A., 1955---Criticism and interpretation;
The dawn of the twenty-first century has ushered in a new age in humankind. Information travels around the world at the speed of light thanks to the Internet, cell phones and communications satellites; industry and science have created advanced technologies and medicines, and transportation has continued to grant more and more humans the ability to leave their ancestral homeland and travel across the globe in a matter of hours. Due to these things, the world seems to be a smaller place. No longer do enormous mountains or vast oceans isolate nations and cultures from each other. Perhaps one of the most astounding consequences of the emerging twenty-first century is the ever expanding sharing of not only ideas and information but religious beliefs and convictions as well.
Year of Submission
Department of Philosophy and World Religions
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
© 2008 Matthew F. Rittgers
Rittgers, Matthew F., "Religious pluralism: The evangelical Christian response" (2008). Honors Program Theses. 21.