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The theologies of religions respond to important questions about the meaning of Christian faith in a religiously pluralistic world, but the debates among their various positions are often criticized for militating against actual engagement with the world’s religions. Most often these theologies presume the need for a framework that relates Christianity to the religions. This article uses the work of Bernard Lonergan to propose foundations for a theology of religions that undercuts the imposition of conceptualist frameworks, attends to the yet unfolding histories of Christianity and the religions, and grounds Christian doctrine in the context of pluralism.


Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry

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