Can Christianity Be Multicultural?

Paul Lewis


Christianity can, and indeed must be multicultural---but in a distinctively Christian way. So argues Paul Lewis, on the basis of the logic found at work in theological treatments of Christology, Creation and the doctrine of the Church. In each case, the internal logic of the doctrine exhibits a pattern in which the Other, the particular, is affirmed, but not exclusively or idolatrously. Instead, the particular, the different, the Other is always to related to the One Universal God. Mr. Lewis teaches theology and ethics at the College of Wooster.}

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