Krister Stendahl on Religious Pluralism

The Pluralism Sunday blog has the text of a lecture the late Krister Stendahl gave on the subject of Christianity and religious pluralism. He deals with the standard texts that seem to support exclusivism in a thoughtful and pastoral manner.

Stendahl is famous among New Testament scholars, but for those who may not be familiar with him, he served during his life as (among other things) Lutheran Bishop of Stockholm and a professor at Harvard Divinity School.

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  • If you haven’t seen this already, you might be interested in a four-part essay by Stendahl that I once found at Jewcy.com , titled “Why I Love the Bible.” Here is the link to the first part:http://tinyurl.com/clxndkI’m glad I was exposed to him in my coursework, or I wouldn’t know to keep my eyes open for him. I’m enjoying the essay you link in your post.Best,Brooke