Author: Dharam Singh
Publisher: Punjabi University
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8130202506
The latter half of the twentieth century has seen our wide big world being transformed into a global village and the entire humankind into a global community.
Now people belonging to different religions and cultures in a way live as next door neighbors. These different faith-communities are so placed as to live together and interact with one another on daily basis.
They can neither afford to live in isolation of nor clash with one another. This coupled with the phenomenon of religious resurgence which this period has witnessed has resulted in a good amount of literature being published on the subject of religion.
1. Religious Pluralism – Concept and Meaning
2. Interfaith Encounter – Indian Context
3. Pluralism – A Canonical Perspective
4. Pluralism and Sikh Tradition