Michael A. Milton addresses timely questions of the postmodern city by coming to terms with pluralism, finding a working model to deal with it, testing the model against Scripture, and applying it in real life ministry settings. This work provides unique insights into faithful ministry in a pluralist setting, and was originally presented to the annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society in Washington, D.C., in November 2006.
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“It may be that, as I have seen suggested, pluralism is a faith that exists as a people are on their way from one orthodoxy to another. We are moving from a Christian West to something else, and pluralism serves as the necessary faith bridge, if you will, to get us there.” (Page 7)
“all spiritual paths are finally leading to the same sacred ground.’16” (Page 7)
“Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.’ It is more accurately ‘Toto, Kansas isn’t Kansas anymore.’ The question remains: How do we conduct faithful gospel ministry in this environment?” (Page 6)
“Eliot is silenced beneath the cacophony of politically correct voices that equate pluralism with peace and exclusive truth claims with repression.” (Page 8)
“Will the motto, cooperation without compromise, continue to work in an increasingly pluralistic and secular environment?” (Page 3)