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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are created by humans


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Exclusivism: The belief that one’s own religion is the only “legitimate” way.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religious forms are determined through “divine inspiration”; not infallible, but fairly close

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Exclusivism: The belief that one’s own religion is the only “legitimate” way.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religious forms are determined through “divine inspiration”; not infallible, but fairly close

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

The Ultimate Source provides inspiration for only one legitimate form of religion

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Exclusivism: The belief that one’s own religion is the only “legitimate” way.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religious forms are determined through “divine inspiration”; not infallible, but fairly close

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

The Ultimate Source provides inspiration for only one legitimate form of religion

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Exclusivism: The belief that one’s own religion is the only “legitimate” way.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religious forms are determined through “divine inspiration”; not infallible, but fairly close

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

The Ultimate Source provides inspiration for only one legitimate form of religion

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Inclusivism: The belief that other religions are a reflection of a single “true” religion.

Exclusivism: The belief that one’s own religion is the only “legitimate” way.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religious forms are determined through “divine inspiration”; not infallible, but fairly close

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

The Ultimate Source provides inspiration for only one legitimate form of religion

Ultimate Source gives different forms of divine inspiration to different cultures

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Inclusivism: The belief that other religions are a reflection of a single “true” religion.

Exclusivism: The belief that one’s own religion is the only “legitimate” way.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religious forms are determined through “divine inspiration”; not infallible, but fairly close

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

The Ultimate Source provides inspiration for only one legitimate form of religion

Ultimate Source gives different forms of divine inspiration to different cultures

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Inclusivism: The belief that other religions are a reflection of a single “true” religion.

Exclusivism: The belief that one’s own religion is the only “legitimate” way.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

Religious forms are determined through experiences of the Ultimate Source, but are interpreted through particular cultural contexts

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religious forms are determined through “divine inspiration”; not infallible, but fairly close

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

The Ultimate Source provides inspiration for only one legitimate form of religion

Ultimate Source gives different forms of divine inspiration to different cultures

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Inclusivism: The belief that other religions are a reflection of a single “true” religion.

Exclusivism: The belief that one’s own religion is the only “legitimate” way.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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Perspectives on the Plurality of Religions

Agnosticism: The belief that if there is an “ultimate reality” it is impossible for humans to know it.

Religions are responses to a genuine “Ultimate Source”

Religious forms are determined through experiences of the Ultimate Source, but are interpreted through particular cultural contexts

One’s own religion is revealed by the Ultimate Source and is therefore infallible

Religious forms are determined through “divine inspiration”; not infallible, but fairly close

Religions are created by humans

Since there is no “Ultimate Source,” religions provide false solutions to human questions that would better be dealt with through other means (e.g. Marx, Freud, Nietzsche)

Although there is no “Ultimate Source,” religion can benefit humanity (e.g. Confucianism, Secular Jewish Humanism)

The Ultimate Source provides inspiration for only one legitimate form of religion

Ultimate Source gives different forms of divine inspiration to different cultures

Atheism: The denial that any deities exist, which may (but need not) lead to a rejection of religion.

Inclusivism: The belief that other religions are a reflection of a single “true” religion.

Exclusivism: The belief that one’s own religion is the only “legitimate” way.

Pluralism: An appreciation of religious diversity that recognizes the legitimacy of many/all religious traditions.


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