Symbolic Pluralism

John Rawls defines pluralism as the existence of many conflicting comprehensive doctrines (religious and secular) within a society.

I think my Shem (10) in this this picture is an example of what pluralism might symbolically look like.

Shem

On Doubt and Trust
Korihors, Secular Humanism, and the Book of Mormon
Doubting Our Doubters
A Recent “Anti-Mormon” Essay: Trying to Understand Gee’s Response, Part II
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