Disagreeing to Agree: A Christian Response to A Common Word

James Cutsinger

Indeed, speaking as a metaphysician, I would dare to go further. I would say that it is only by first accentuating our theological differences that we can hope to attain a truly transformative unity. For it is not on their surfaces or along their circumferences but at their centers—where outwardly they are furthest apart—that the real “common ground” between genuine religions may be realized.

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