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Are Non-Christians Saved? Joseph Ratzinger's Thoughts on Religious Pluralism

ISBN: 9781780747149 | 1780747144
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
Pub. Date: 3/17/2015

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"In this carefully nuanced book, Ambrose Mong, a Dominican priest, explores Josef Ratzinger’s writings about the foundations of Christianity, the challenge of modernity and the corrosive effect of relativism.... As we transition into a world church, Father Mong suggests a pathway of understanding and interfaith dialogue that will enrich the church that we are becoming and perhaps result in a greater harmony, even as all people of faith seek the truth together.”
—America, The Catholic Digest

Are Non-Christians Saved? is essential reading for students, teachers and scholars seeking a thorough analysis of Ratzinger's position, including why he believes religious pluralism, with its 'evil twins' of relativism and secularism, is a threat to Christianity.

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