Impossible Pluralism

In a very illuminating article by Gavin D’Costa, the notion of “religious pluralism” is probed and found to be misguided, pointing instead, and rigorously, towards the need for a really transcendental understanding at the basis of interfaith approaches.

In our Audio library we have a new lecture by Archbishop Rowan Williams, an examination of the theological virtues of faith, hope and charity based on the insights of St John of the Cross.

And finally, in our Judaism section, the prominent Jewish scholar Edward Kessler, from the Woolf Institute, shares with us a recent and candid article on the need to carefully reappraise the virtues of Abraham if we are to have real positive engagement between Jews, Christians and Muslims.