The Phenomenon of Contemporary Pluralism

A Christian-Orthodox Interpretation
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Part of the Wiener Beiträge zur Islamforschung book series (WSI)

Abstract

The subject that I was invited to consider concerns an Orthodox-Christian theological interpretation of the phenomenon of pluralism. I will restrict myself to an analysis of this interpretation that is based on examples seen in the Orthodox Church in Romania. I would like to point out that it would be too complex to attempt to issue an opinion about the Orthodox Church in general on pluralism, knowing that there are in fact real differences of approach and theological interpretation between the different ethnic Orthodox Churches: Russian, Greek, Serbian, Romanian and so on. These differences are influenced by ethnic backgrounds, canonical autocephaly, and administrative autonomy.

Keywords

Migration Europe Romania Verse Oligopoly 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of BucharesBukarestRumänien

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