Christology and the Pluralist Consciousness

Charles A. Wilson

Article Type: Article

Publication Date: 1/1/1985

Issue: Ministry in Emerging Contexts (Vol. 5, No 1, Winter, 1985)

I wish to argue that the center of current christological reflection is its preliminary reactions to a new pluralist consciousness. I will first show how certain older issues for christology disappear because of pluralist pressures. Then, I will show how pluralist sensibilities reshape issues internal to the doing of christology. Finally I will notice the new work in which religious pluralism is explicitly a problem for christology.

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